I feel as though I have invited everyone to a feast and then locked 
myself outside in the rain while the party carries on.  I just *cannot* 
get the  convert_ASE_to_GPL.py to work even after:

@    downloading and installing the ActiveState Python interpreter over 
the AS Python already installed (uninstall/install),
@    placing  convert_ASE_to_GPL.py in both my personal and executable 
plug-ins directories (separately and simultaneously) --
         C:\Documents and Settings\Hedley Finger\.gimp-2.6\plug-ins
         C:\Program Files\Gimp20\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins

Python is installed okay because the script immediately gets the Python 
icon. When double-clicked a CLI window briefly opens showing that the 
interpreter is having a go.  But it just won't work.  Nothing appears in 
the menus, and Help >  Plug-in Browser shows nothing under either 
Convert ... or Import ... .   Aaaaargghhhh!

Is there anybody on the list using Gimp 2.4.1 to 2.6.1 on Windows who 
has made this work?  What did you do?  Does this directory have anything 
to do with it: C:\Program Files\Gimp20\lib\gimp\2.0\interpreters ?  
There was a mention in this thread of compiling Gimp with the Python 
bindings.  Another clue?  Does anybody know whether the binary 
executable for Windows is compiled with the Python bindings?


Gimp 2.6.1
Windows XP SP3


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