>On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 5:39 AM, Ofnuts <ofn...@laposte.net> wrote:

>> On 01/23/2011 08:20 AM, Jenette wrote
>> >> So let's fix this first... did you reinstall as recommended? Can you
>> >> open a command prompt, and do:
>> >>       dir "c:Program Files\Gimp2.6" /s>gimpinstall.txt
>> >>   and paste the results here (replace "c:Program Files\Gimp2.6" by
>> >> whatever directory Gimp has been installed in)
>> > Well it said :
>> > dir "c:Program Files (86x)\.gimp-2.6" /s>gimpinstall.txt
>> > The system cannot find the file specified.
>> >
>> > (Sorry for the long reply...)

>The method I suggested earlier with using the tab key for completion should
>work.  It is not case sensitive, if you type a lower case g and it should be
>upper case that will be fixed when you hit the tab key.  If nothing happens
>when you hit the tab key then something in the partial path you have is

>By the way, you said you were using windows, but, unless I missed it, you
>did not say which version.

>Are you using XP, Vista, or windows 7?  If its windows 7, is it the 32 or 64
>bit version?


Windows 7. 64 bit version~

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