I had spent hours just trying to add the gimp resynthesizer and it had me installing and uninstalling tons of gimps and flatpaks and a bunch of stuff I had to remove at the end because non worked. The flatpak install failed when it was at 80% and now I don't know if the stuff that didn't finish installing is still on my system. When I install GIMP from the gnome software center, I can't even resize it on my screen, I already tried many things like setting the window thing to default but it still doesn't fix it. I thought I uninstalled the entire gimp stuff but when I search "gimp" on the file manager, tons of stuff load up.
I am using Ubuntu 19.04, is there any way to remove everything from GIMP? If you could help me a way to actually install resynthesizer on gimp 10.10 and gimp itself without any problems i'd appreciate it too. Everything I search on AskUbuntu doesn't work or it's too complicated and it's outdated, created 4-6 years ago. I am really struggling with this.
I already sudo apt-get purge --autoremove gimp and ppa-purged the gimp thing.