[PD] GEM 0.93.1 crashing on Windows 7 64-bit

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Oct 31 10:26:48 CET 2011

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On 2011-10-30 23:35, Joe Newlin wrote:
> "you might want to install the imageTIFF, imageJPEG, imageSGI and/or
> imageQT plugins, depending on which filse you want to read."
> Thanks! I'm now going to try to figure out what you mean by that - i.e.
> where these plugins are located and how to install them, but if anyone
> cares to explain that here it would be greatly appreciated.

if you use the installer executable from Gem, you will presented with a
dialog (during installation; it's the 3rd page) that lets you choose
which components you want to install.
if you navigate to "plugins->image", you will have the option to choose from
- - ImageMagick images
- - QuickTime images
- - SGI images
- - JPEG images
- - TIFF images

de-select "ImageMagick", and select the plugins you want.
traditionally, Gem came with the SGI, JPEG and TIFF loaders, so i you
want the same image loading capabilities like in the old days, only
select those 3 plugins.

the ImageMagick plugin obviously makes problems on w7 (i only tested on
XP), for the QuickTime plugin you need QuickTime installed (else you
will unfortunately get side-effects)

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