On Sat, Mar 6, 2010 at 5:57 AM, li...@saylor3d.com <li...@saylor3d.com> wrote:
> Currently using Gimp 2.6.6 on Ubuntu 9.04.
> Until my latest upgrade, I was able select two images
> with my file viewer and then drag and drop these
> two image into gimp and get one window with each
> image as a separate layer.
> Now when I do this, gimp opens two windows with
> one image in each window.

It sounds like what has changed is what you do.

The first description sounds like what would happen if you first
opened the first image, then dropped the other image onto it.
To be clear, you would drop one image onto the depiction of Wilbur,
then drop the other onto the image window which has now appeared.

The second sounds like what would happen if you opened them each separately.
That is, dropping first one image, then the other onto Wilbur (in the toolbox)

Hope that helps.

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