On Sat, Dec 7, 2013 at 7:58 AM, kzibart <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> I just installed 2.8.10 and saw no improvement. I still could not drag and
> layers, and when I tried to reorder dialog tabs, it would only undock them
> as before). I confirmed I was on 2.8.10 from the Help, About dialog. But
> before replying here, I decided to get a quick screen capture of the issues if
> possible. So I installed a Microsoft utility called ScreenRecorder and fired
> up. I resized my GIMP window to be considerably smaller and moved it to my
> second monitor, and then I started recording the window and proceeded to try
> dragging layers and reordering tabs. The odd thing is, everything worked
> flawlessly! Even changing tools worked without having to hit the space bar
> after clicking.
> I stopped recording and went back to full screen on my main monitor, and
> still worked. I closed GIMP and reopened it, and again things still worked.
> tried a half dozen times, and as of right now I'm unable to recreate my
> Of course, this has happened before, so it's possible the issues will
> at some point. As for why it started working all of a sudden, I don't really
> know. When I installed the ScreenRecorder utility, it also installed Windows
> Media Encoder 9. And it looks like the utility uses .Net Framework, but I
> didn't see any signs of it updating that during installation.
Hmmm.... ok well tell us if this reappears. And if you can find any
specific reproduction procedure or hint at how to make it fail would
help. But right now, I have no idea.
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