Ah, ok thanks for the information. I was trying to use .pat files supplied in Gimp and they wouldn't open. I guess that's why! I'll go ahead and put the pattern .png images into my pattern preset directory and give it a try with those. Ultimately, I think png's as patterns works the best anyways because you can open them with anything right from Windows to take a look at as well; you don't need special software to open like .pat files...
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