Be it on your own head, but if had no further use for them, I would go ahead and delete the 319.50 MB of temp files from the temp area. Just make sure they're not currently doing something important. You might empty your Recycle Bin, too. It gives your machine headroom.

I reiterate, the responsibility is yours.

RS

-----Original Message----- From: Deixis
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 8:57 AM
To: gimp-user-list@gnome.org
Cc: notificati...@gimpusers.com
Subject: [Gimp-user] Can't open extremely large .PNG

Many appologies, I gave bad info on the nip2 for windows download. Not
Nip2

You have to go back a couple of sub-versions to get a windows
installer.

http://www.vips.ecs.soton.ac.uk/supported/8.2/win32/nip2-8.2b-setup.zip

This in a Win10 Virtual machine (with limited resorces) just to see
how it installs.

Installs to a strange location but let it go there. You will find it
in the Win10 applications. See the screenshot

Thank you. Yes, the program works but if I load the png in it, it instantly
crashes with a typical Windows error that doesn't tell me anything. If I run the program again it asks me if I want to delete 319.50 MB of temp files from the
temp area. Clearly it is doing something.

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