> I've been using ufraw for the past several months and like it quite a
Thanks. After picking though the replies I have received, I found the
diamond in the dross. I deleted rawphoto (can't be there if ufraw is
there), kept dcraw in usr/bin...needed for other viewer programs &
installed ufcraw from SuSE 10.1 DVD in opt/gnome/lib/gimp/2.2/plug-ins.
Now wasn't that just the easiest!
You're right, as I also said, it a very nice plugin...does the job very
well & with ease. Installing it was also easy...ah hem ;^).
I hope you don't mind my jaunty salutation, makes me feel young & list
email is too informal for the usual one.
Gracia...Cooleemee, NC Registered Linux user #263390 - SuSE 10.1 Pro
When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and
carrying the cross- Sinclair Lewis
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