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I don't know why this message came through - another group member very
kindly made a suggestion which enabled me to solve the problem, and I
advised the group accordingly some hours ago.

Sorry for any

On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 8:00 PM <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> I can get GIMP 2.10.10 to download and "open" on my screen - but it doesn't
> open in applications, and I can't find a way to get it to open in
> applications, so when I close it, it vanishes.  All I am left with is dmg
> file, which I cna use to download it all over again..
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> >    1. Re:  Gimp 2 - hexa colour bug on Windows ? (Pierre L.)
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> > Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2019 10:36:31 +0200
> > From: "Pierre L." <[hidden email]>
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> > Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Gimp 2 - hexa colour bug on Windows ?
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> > I've tried with both colour pickers, and turned off colour management in
> > the options.
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> > There are 2 differents results with the 2 pickers :x
> >
> > With the picker inside the colour chooser popup :
> > After turning off the colour management, the needed #808080 becomes a
> > #818181 (no colour management), it was #7f7f7f before (with colour
> > management)
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> > If I use the picker from the toolbar, it's ok, #808080 is #808080.
> > I don't understand why there's a difference between those 2 pickers :/
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> > --->
> > I'm curious, and made another test.
> > In parallel, I'm using Affinity Photo+Designer, and created / exported
> > some grey+red pixels, then imported into Gimp.
> > Results are not always the same. A really little difference, as before.
> > Do have I to conclude there's a problem with the colour management on my
> > windows computer ?
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> > Le 20/04/2019 ? 21:33, Liam R E Quin a ?crit?:
> > > There are two colour pickers in GIMP right now. One takes colours from
> > > the image, and the other from anywhere on the screen.
> > >
> > > Try turning off view->colour management->colour-manage this view
> > > and you will probably get the same numbers, unless you are also using
> > > display filters on the image window such as Gamma.
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Jean Pierre

“Humankind, despite its artistic abilities, sophistication and
accomplishments, owes its existence to a six-inch layer of farmable
soil—and the fact that it rains!"
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