>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...)

>Wrong directory. name ... .gimp-2.6 is a directory in your user file 
>space where Gimp keeps your own settings. The directory I'm talking 
>about must be called Gimp-2.0 (if my memory is good) without leading 
>dot. It should be easy to spot with the file explorer.

Yes. I noticed that. I fixed it afterwards. Same thing. 
By the way, good memory XD

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