[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> is triggered by the / key, too, but this (for obvious reasons) doesn't work
> on Windows.
Actually, it does, at least for me, with GIMP 2.2 and GTK+ 2.6.8.
Although if you need to enter a drive letter, after typing the slash,
you have to backspace once to erase it, type the drive letter, colon,
slash (or backslash), etc. Tab completion works, but you do have to
press enter twice after arriving at the file you want. I could try to
check if it would be easy to make a colon following a single letter
bring up the path entry dialog.
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