I can't remember if "html" files has been associated to crimson. May be, but
now aren't associated. I haved tried tipical solution: unistall crimson,
gimp, look for crimson association in the windows register.....

I have not found a solution. 

Thanks.

Rubn, now consoleted, de Diego 

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De: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] En nombre de Matthew H.
Plough
Enviado el: jueves, 17 de febrero de 2005 2:07
Para: gimp-user@lists.xcf.berkeley.edu
Asunto: Re: [Gimp-user] Gimp contextual F1 help & Crimson Editor in Windows

Rubn de Diego Martnez wrote:

>Do you understand now why I'm confused?
>  
>
I certainly do.  That's a really, really bizarre behavior.  I'll mull it
over for a couple of days and see if I can figure out why it's doing that. 

Did you ever have Crimson Editor associated as the default application to
open HTML files?  I ran into a thing with Trillian on Windows where it would
open pages in IE, even though I had switched the default app to Firefox.  A
reinstall solved the problem.  With that in mind, I think that a GIMP
reinstall might solve your problem, but it's not the most elegant fix in the
world.

Matt

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