You are correct.
However, it seems that 2.6.12 (64 bits) cannot be left installed, even in its own directory, if you are installing 2.7.6. It seems that "Useful Plugins" installer stick on 2.6.12 even 2.7.6 is installed and stop installing asking you to install at least 2.7.3. Also, in order to be sure, I uninstall everything and just install 2.7.6 then Useful Plugins install properly.
(I lost all my personal brushes forgetting to save them ... ach !).
I don't know where the problem is located either in the Program Files or In the C:\Users\XXX\.gimp-2.7.
However versions 2.6.12 and 2.7.5 cohabited without problem.



-----Message d'origine----- From: Partha Bagchi
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 12:04 AM
To: Paul Saumane
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] 2.7.6 64 bits (

G'MIC is already part of the Useful Plugins available on my website.
And it is 64-bit.

On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 8:37 AM, Paul Saumane <> wrote:

Ahead of installing 2.7.6 (which appears to be 2.8)  My PC had 2.6.12
(64bits unstable installer from Jernej) and 2.7.5 with G'MIC.
- 2.7.6 (64 bits)(2.8) installed properly in its own directory.
It was impossible to install G'MIC (64bits) with an alert saying to
install a GIMP upper than 2.7.3,  the current G'MIC being not avalaible in
64 bits.
- Uninstalling 2.6.12 idem
- Uninstalling 2.7.5 idem
reinstalling 2.7.5 then I could reinstall G'MIC in 2.7.5. Also the
installation of Useful Plugins (2.7.6) was possible but in fact they
installed in 2.7.5.
- Launching 2.7.6 (2.8) is ok without G'MIC of course
- Launching 2.7.5 gives an alert :
"the entry point of procedure
_ZNSt8_detail15_List_node_base11_M_transferEPS0_S1 cannot be found in the
dynamic links library libstdc++-6.dll"
When clearing the alert 2.7.5 starts properly and in the filters I find
G'MIC and Shell Out.

Any clue
- shall I clean up the PC from all GIMP installation ?
- is there a missing reference somewhere ?

OS : Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits

Thanks and regards

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