Originally Posted by <GEEK>
Why not give the users the option to select their editing application on the fly? I haven't really looked at the app much, but surely it wouldn't be difficult to implement.
yeah it does give users an option. First when the user runs the program and click edit a popup filebrowser shows and users are then asked to browse to any application (of course it needs to be a application capable of editing DDS files). The only time PCLC2 runs GIMP automatically is when the user specifically gone and extracted GIMP from the help menu.
How PCLC2 operates is when edit button is pressed it checks a string. That string contains the path of the editing program. If that string is nothing it first then checks to see if "C:\PCLCv2.5\Gimp" exists. If it does exists it runs the extracted GIMP. If both the string is nothing and "C:\PCLCv2.5\Gimp" does not exist then it displays a filebrowser for the user to pick their own application to use, once the application is selected the path to that application is saved as the string mentioned earlier. Next time edit is clicked the string is not nothing and will run the the program at the path specified by the string.