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Resynthesizer / heal-selection plugins for Windows
#11
I found two copies of libstdc++-6.dll in the GIMP folders:

1: in GIMP 2\bin >> 1.723.464 bytes

2: in GIMP 2\32\bin >> 1.864.705 bytes

What should I do?
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#12
A new Gimp 2.10.12 install in a Win 7 64 bit (VM) here and the values are the same.

No other versions of libstdc++6.dll on the computer? You searched? Any number of applications use that file including old versions of gmic which often cause problems.
I can not tell you to remove anything in the Widows system, it might break another application.

I tried all different versions of resynthesizer and all working ok. So not much advice I can give.

You could try the version attached here. https://www.gimp-forum.net/Thread-Resynt...7#pid12687 that works here in Win7 but then so do the Mediafire files.

Replace the resynthesizer.exe and resynthesizer-gui.exe files C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\plug-ins with the new ones.

Otherwise, do not know.
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#13
There are several other libstdc++-6.dll present on my PC, but not in GIMP.

Would it be an option to uninstall GIMP completely and do a clean install, without the use old plugins option? Can I then manually add the heal-selection plugin?

[EDIT]
Did a clean reinstall as described above.
I noticed that the folder \AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\ does not get removed when uninstalling.
After the clean install no error message when starting up, but after starting up GIMP the heal-selection is not present in the filters menu.
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#14
(Just seen your Edit about a new install the way to go is :-   )

It is usually not necessary to re-install Gimp. A problem is most often in your Gimp profile.

The procedure is.

If you have an old Gimp 2.8 profile C:\Users\"yourname"\.gimp-2.8 move it some where safe (or delete if not needed )

Rename the existing Gimp 2.10 profile to disable it.
C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP to C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP-old

Start Gimp and it makes a new default Gimp profile.

Download resynth.zip https://www.gimp-forum.net/attachment.php?aid=2609

Unzip and put the 4 files in C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\plug-ins

If that does not work and a re-install is needed Use the Gimp uninstaller first and delete any Gimp files that might be left over. Disable any existing Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 profiles.
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#15
Did what you suggested.

Now the filter Map » Resynthesizer is present, but there is no Enhance » Heal selection
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#16
Another day, another possible cause.

No python plugin showing? Do you have in the Filters menu a Python-Fu section?

Out of interest, Are you using the latest gimp.org installer gimp-2.10.12-setup-3.exe or something else?
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