removing an application
norman at littletank.org
Wed Dec 3 20:28:36 UTC 2008
> < snip >
> > > I think .ufrawrc keeps the last settings you used in ufraw, so if you
> > > delete it, you will get the defaults next time you run ufraw.
> > That is the most useful piece of information I have received especially
> > about .ufrawrc, thank you very much. I'll back them up and give it a go.
> To complete the story, I removed the files and directory and
> re-installed gimp-ufraw 0.12.1 and the problem had disappeared.
Sorry, I meant gimp-ufraw 0.14.1
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