Windows 10 PRO / 64 bit -- version 1809
32.0 GB RAM
gpg (GnuPG) 2.2.11
On the command line, I use gpg --edit-key KEY_ID to open a key. I then use UID # to highlight the photo and then enter "showphoto". This brings up a Windows 10 dialog box asking me to choose the program I want to use to view the image. It makes no difference which program I choose, the result is always the same. I receive an error message the shows that "C:\Users\Gerard\AppData\Local\Temp\gpg-62cno9\87DEC564.jpg" does not exist. I have double checked that directory, and the file does not exist. GPG is most likely not creating the temporary file or is placing it in the wrong location. I have tried this with different keys and the results remain the same.