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Gimp entry error

billlee
Muliple errors of this type on entry.
I have uninstalled and tidies registry...
Any ideas?
Thanks

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Gimp entry error

billlee
>Muliple errors of this type on entry.
>I have uninstalled and tidies registry...
>Any ideas?
>Thanks

Probable scenario:

You had the beautify plugin(s) installed in a previous Gimp 2.8 Gimp 2.10 copied
the beautify files from the old Gimp 2.8 profile to the new Gimp 2.10 user
profile. You might be able to sort that out.

I am not writing the whole thing out again in this mailing list format.

see: https://www.gimp-forum.net/Thread-Re-Beautify-Plugin

The alternative scenario: You used one of those 'multi-plugin' installers that
dumped a load of files in the main Gimp folders, leaving them behind to screw up
the new installation.

Start again, uninstall Gimp 2.10 Delete any C:\Program Files\GIMP 2 (if there)
Delete the Gimp 2.10 user profile. Disable the old Gimp 2.8 profile. Install
Gimp 2.10 Run it to make a new default Gimp 2.10 profile. Start adding scripts
and plugins to the new profile, one at a time, to check what works (or not)

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Gimp entry error

billlee
Thanks - brilliant
It was the hidden appdata that was the issue - now all OK

Many thanks

>Probable scenario:
>
>You had the beautify plugin(s) installed in a previous Gimp 2.8 Gimp
>2.10 copied the beautify files from the old Gimp 2.8 profile to the
>new Gimp 2.10 user profile. You might be able to sort that out.
>
>I am not writing the whole thing out again in this mailing list
>format.
>
>see: https://www.gimp-forum.net/Thread-Re-Beautify-Plugin
>
>The alternative scenario: You used one of those 'multi-plugin'
>installers that dumped a load of files in the main Gimp folders,
>leaving them behind to screw up the new installation.
>
>Start again, uninstall Gimp 2.10 Delete any C:\Program Files\GIMP 2
>(if there) Delete the Gimp 2.10 user profile. Disable the old Gimp 2.8
>profile. Install Gimp 2.10 Run it to make a new default Gimp 2.10
>profile. Start adding scripts and plugins to the new profile, one at a
>time, to check what works (or not)

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