gpg and gui

Thu Dec 27 16:19:01 2001


I have found in my very little use of "gpg and gui's", that a good idea
may be to stick with one "gui", and use the command line when you can
not do something in the "gui".

An example I cound not use my "private key" when I imported it back into
"winpt".  I had to go into "gpg" command line and "enable it".  This
then made the key useable.

I also found that I could cause "winpt" not to open up after I changed
key trusts and removed key user id's.  I would have to reload the
program, and import my keys back into it.

Frank D. Hubeny