Just installed GIMP 2.6.5 for Windows. As usual after installing any
GIMP version in any system, I tried to recover a script-fu I
programmed months ago. I simply unzipped it into
%HOME%\.gimp-2.6\scripts and restarted the GIMP. I open an image and
try to apply the script, and I notice there no longer is a script-fu
menu anywhere.

Under Filters I see a Script-Fu submenu with the options Console,
Start server and Refresh scripts. My script doesn't appear under any
of the Filters submenus. If I start the console and look for the main
function defined in my script, she's there. But it appears as a
"temporal procedure" (?)

What I find amazing is that none of the scripts stored in C:\Program
Files\GIMP-2.0\share\gimp\2.0\scripts appear anywhere either. Checked
paths to scripts in program preferences and they're ok.

For me being able to use my script to edit my pictures before getting
into Flickr is a must. Rolling back to 2.4 is posible for me but I
liked the idea of being able to test new features.

Any ideas welcome, TIA.

Cordially, Ismael
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