Re: gimp startup failure

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That was what I have mentioned before:

To be more exact:
In your user-directory there is a GIMP-directory with your specifed
GIMP-Profile
You can either rename or delete it. Gimp will try then to create a new
one. If that doesn't work,
You can create a new user-profile in your windows XP-installation an try
everything agein. May be there locally got something awry.

Hope you are lucky.

Bernd

James schrieb:
> I haven't been following this thread too closely, but have you tried
> renaming the profile directory?  I'm guessing something in there is
> corrupt, causing the hang.
>
> On XP it's:
>
>     C:\Documents and Settings\[your_username_here]\.gimp-2.6
>
> (Could also be .gimp-2.7)
>
> I'd rename that (".gimp-2.6-backup") and restart gimp.  See what happens.
>
> -James
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