* Was the installer run as Administrator?
 
No.
 
This year my access was further limited and getting administrators to find a convenient time has been difficult.
 
At the beginning of the year Aug/Sept I downloaded new version onto a networked drive and installed it there later in the year now I can't even do that if there is a setup.exe file that wakes up the registry safeguards... If all I have to do is unpack a zip to a folder I think I can still install little programs.

>   * Was this an upgrade from a previous version of Tux Paint?
 
Fresh install

During the second quarter the error had already showed up and had been seen in last year in a prior installation a few times...
 
During 2nd quarter also I created 3 different 'grade level versions' with uniquely colored icons by adding and subtracting stamps and starters and selecting 'appropriate' plugins for each grade set. Figured that might be worth mentioning.
 



--- On Tue, 1/26/10, Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> wrote:



That brings us back to what you were asking about... it'd be great
of Bruce, Henry, and anyone else who sees this error, can
respond to these ones:


>   * Was the installer run as Administrator?
>   * Was this an upgrade from a previous version of Tux Paint?
>   * It looks like a permission problem but the error message is odd, to say
>     the least.