JA wrote:

> I'm using GIMP 2.6.7 in Windows 7 64-bit. When I try to import an EPS,
> I get an error message telling me, "Make sure that Ghostscript is
> installed and - if necessary - use the environment variable GS_PROG to
> tell GIMP abouit its location."
> I've downloaded and installed Ghostscript for 64-bit, but evidently
> GIMP doesn't know where it is. And I've been unable to find any
> explanation in the online documentation of where or how one would set
> environment variables.
> I tried adding the Ghostscript folder (in C:/Program Files) to GIMP's
> Preferences dialog in the Modules, Interpreters, and Environment
> Folders, and then restarted, but that didn't help. I get the same
> error message as before.
> What steps precisely do I need to take in order to get GIMP to see the
> Ghostscript installation?
> Thanks in advance for any assistance!

A Google search for me for:

+gimp +ghostscript

gives this as the first response:


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