I'm having a couple problems w/ gimp-1.1.x that I've been trying to figure out. The Gimp toolbox doesn't come up correctly (there is "blank" column on the right hand side), and each successive time I run the Gimp, the toolbox gets smaller and smaller. In interface.c, create_toolbox, if I change the following line containing "geometry.width_inc", it fixes the first problem (well, the gap goes down to about 2 pixels instead of 25): geometry.min_width = 2 + 24 + 2 * xthickness; geometry.min_height = 100 + 24 + 2 * ythickness; geometry.width_inc = (24 + 2 * xthickness)+1; geometry.height_inc = 24 + 2 * ythickness; I'm guessing this has something to do with me running CDE as a window manager (reporting odd geometry?), but I'm pretty much just pulling that out of my butt. When I resize the window, the geometry (like 4x13) comes up just fine. I don't know about the second problem - I'm guessing there's nothing wrong in session.c, but rather the window geometry is reported incorrectly to session calls. I don't have any other geometry problems with any of the other windows (I usually have layers, brushes, patterns, palettes, and gradient dialogs open). I'm running Solaris 8 x86, gcc 2.95.2. I've had tried both glib/gtk 1.2.7 and 1.2.8, with gimp 1.1.x (started around 17 or 18, if I remember correctly). I've been looking into it more w/ 1.1.21 & 1.1.23. P.S. Anybody having any problems opening up "gz" files? The gz.c code hasn't changed, but gziped files stopped working for me starting with 1.1.22. It worked fine in 1.1.21. -- Nem W Schlecht [EMAIL PROTECTED] Empyreal Technologies http://www.emptec.com/ "Perl did the magic. I just waved the wand."