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  1# This is the system-wide gimprc file.  Any change made in this file will
  2# affect all users of this system, provided that they are not overriding the
  3# default values in their personal gimprc file.
  4# 
  5# Lines that start with a '#' are comments. Blank lines are ignored.
  6# 
  7# By default everything in this file is commented out.  The file then
  8# documents the default values and shows what changes are possible.
  9# 
 10# The variable ${gimp_dir} is set to the value of the environment variable
 11# GIMP2_DIRECTORY or, if that is not set, the compiled-in default value is
 12# used.  If GIMP2_DIRECTORY is not an absolute path, it is interpreted
 13# relative to your home directory.
 14
 15# Sets the folder for temporary storage. Files will appear here during the
 16# course of running GIMP.  Most files will disappear when GIMP exits, but
 17# some files are likely to remain, so it is best if this folder not be one
 18# that is shared by other users.  This is a single folder.
 19# 
 20# (temp-path "${gimp_dir}/tmp")
 21
 22# Sets the swap file location. GIMP uses a tile based memory allocation
 23# scheme. The swap file is used to quickly and easily swap tiles out to disk
 24# and back in. Be aware that the swap file can easily get very large if GIMP
 25# is used with large images. Also, things can get horribly slow if the swap
 26# file is created on a folder that is mounted over NFS.  For these reasons,
 27# it may be desirable to put your swap file in "/tmp".  This is a single
 28# folder.
 29# 
 30# (swap-path "${gimp_dir}")
 31
 32# Sets how many processors GIMP should try to use simultaneously.  This is an
 33# integer value.
 34# 
 35# (num-processors 1)
 36
 37# When the amount of pixel data exceeds this limit, GIMP will start to swap
 38# tiles to disk.  This is a lot slower but it makes it possible to work on
 39# images that wouldn't fit into memory otherwise.  If you have a lot of RAM,
 40# you may want to set this to a higher value.  The integer size can contain a
 41# suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP interpret the size as being
 42# specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no suffix is
 43# specified the size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.
 44# 
 45# (tile-cache-size 1024M)
 46
 47# Sets the level of interpolation used for scaling and other transformations.
 48#  Possible values are none, linear, cubic and lanczos.
 49# 
 50# (interpolation-type cubic)
 51
 52# Sets the plug-in search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 53# search.
 54# 
 55# (plug-in-path "${gimp_dir}/plug-ins:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/plug-ins")
 56
 57# Sets the module search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 58# search.
 59# 
 60# (module-path "${gimp_dir}/modules:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/modules")
 61
 62# Sets the interpreter search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
 63# folders to search.
 64# 
 65# (interpreter-path "${gimp_dir}/interpreters:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/interpreters")
 66
 67# Sets the environ search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 68# search.
 69# 
 70# (environ-path "${gimp_dir}/environ:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/environ")
 71
 72# Sets the brush search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 73# search.
 74# 
 75# (brush-path "${gimp_dir}/brushes:${gimp_data_dir}/brushes")
 76
 77#   This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
 78# 
 79# (brush-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/brushes")
 80
 81# Sets the pattern search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 82# search.
 83# 
 84# (pattern-path "${gimp_dir}/patterns:${gimp_data_dir}/patterns")
 85
 86#   This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
 87# 
 88# (pattern-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/patterns")
 89
 90# Sets the palette search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
 91# search.
 92# 
 93# (palette-path "${gimp_dir}/palettes:${gimp_data_dir}/palettes")
 94
 95#   This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
 96# 
 97# (palette-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/palettes")
 98
 99# Sets the gradient search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders
100# to search.
101# 
102# (gradient-path "${gimp_dir}/gradients:${gimp_data_dir}/gradients")
103
104#   This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
105# 
106# (gradient-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/gradients")
107
108# Where to look for fonts in addition to the system-wide installed fonts. 
109# This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
110# 
111# (font-path "${gimp_dir}/fonts:${gimp_data_dir}/fonts")
112
113# Specify a default brush.  The brush is searched for in the specified brush
114# path.  This is a string value.
115# 
116# (default-brush "Circle (11)")
117
118# Specify a default pattern.  This is a string value.
119# 
120# (default-pattern "Pine")
121
122# Specify a default palette.  This is a string value.
123# 
124# (default-palette "Default")
125
126# Specify a default gradient.  This is a string value.
127# 
128# (default-gradient "FG to BG (RGB)")
129
130# Specify a default font.  This is a string value.
131# 
132# (default-font "Sans")
133
134# When enabled, the selected brush will be used for all tools.  Possible
135# values are yes and no.
136# 
137# (global-brush yes)
138
139# When enabled, the selected pattern will be used for all tools.  Possible
140# values are yes and no.
141# 
142# (global-pattern yes)
143
144# When enabled, the selected palette will be used for all tools.  Possible
145# values are yes and no.
146# 
147# (global-palette yes)
148
149# When enabled, the selected gradient will be used for all tools.  Possible
150# values are yes and no.
151# 
152# (global-gradient yes)
153
154# When enabled, the selected font will be used for all tools.  Possible
155# values are yes and no.
156# 
157# (global-font yes)
158
159# Sets the default image in the "File/New" dialog.  This is a parameter list.
160# 
161# (default-image
162#     (width 640)
163#     (height 400)
164#     (unit pixels)
165#     (xresolution 72.000000)
166#     (yresolution 72.000000)
167#     (resolution-unit inches)
168#     (image-type rgb)
169#     (fill-type background-fill)
170#     (comment "Created with GIMP"))
171
172# Specify a default image grid.  This is a parameter list.
173# 
174# (default-grid
175#     (style solid)
176#     (fgcolor (color-rgba 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000))
177#     (bgcolor (color-rgba 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000))
178#     (xspacing 10.000000)
179#     (yspacing 10.000000)
180#     (spacing-unit inches)
181#     (xoffset 0.000000)
182#     (yoffset 0.000000)
183#     (offset-unit inches))
184
185# Sets the minimal number of operations that can be undone. More undo levels
186# are kept available until the undo-size limit is reached.  This is an
187# integer value.
188# 
189# (undo-levels 5)
190
191# Sets an upper limit to the memory that is used per image to keep operations
192# on the undo stack. Regardless of this setting, at least as many undo-levels
193# as configured can be undone.  The integer size can contain a suffix of 'B',
194# 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in
195# bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the
196# size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.
197# 
198# (undo-size 64M)
199
200# Sets the size of the previews in the Undo History.  Possible values are
201# tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and
202# gigantic.
203# 
204# (undo-preview-size large)
205
206# How many recently used plug-ins to keep on the Filters menu.  This is an
207# integer value.
208# 
209# (plug-in-history-size 10)
210
211# Sets the pluginrc search path.  This is a single filename.
212# 
213# (pluginrc-path "${gimp_dir}/pluginrc")
214
215# Sets whether GIMP should create previews of layers and channels. Previews
216# in the layers and channels dialog are nice to have but they can slow things
217# down when working with large images.  Possible values are yes and no.
218# 
219# (layer-previews yes)
220
221# Sets the preview size used for layers and channel previews in newly created
222# dialogs.  Possible values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large,
223# extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
224# 
225# (layer-preview-size medium)
226
227# Sets the size of the thumbnail shown in the Open dialog.  Possible values
228# are none, normal and large.
229# 
230# (thumbnail-size normal)
231
232# The thumbnail in the Open dialog will be automatically updated if the file
233# being previewed is smaller than the size set here.  The integer size can
234# contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP interpret the
235# size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no
236# suffix is specified the size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.
237# 
238# (thumbnail-filesize-limit 4M)
239
240# Install a private colormap; might be useful on 8-bit (256 colors) displays.
241#  Possible values are yes and no.
242# 
243# (install-colormap no)
244
245# Generally only a concern for 8-bit displays, this sets the minimum number
246# of system colors allocated for GIMP.  This is an integer value.
247# 
248# (min-colors 144)
249
250# Defines the color management behavior.  This is a parameter list.
251# 
252# (color-management
253#     (mode display)
254#     (display-profile-from-gdk no)
255#     (display-rendering-intent perceptual)
256#     (simulation-rendering-intent perceptual)
257#     (simulation-gamut-check no)
258#     (out-of-gamut-color (color-rgb 0.501961 0.501961 0.501961))
259#     (display-module "CdisplayLcms"))
260
261# How to handle embedded color profiles when opening a file.  Possible values
262# are ask, keep and convert.
263# 
264# (color-profile-policy ask)
265
266# Keep a permanent record of all opened and saved files in the Recent
267# Documents list.  Possible values are yes and no.
268# 
269# (save-document-history yes)
270
271# Sets the size of the checkerboard used to display transparency.  Possible
272# values are small-checks, medium-checks and large-checks.
273# 
274# (transparency-size medium-checks)
275
276# Sets the manner in which transparency is displayed in images.  Possible
277# values are light-checks, gray-checks, dark-checks, white-only, gray-only
278# and black-only.
279# 
280# (transparency-type gray-checks)
281
282# This is the distance in pixels where Guide and Grid snapping activates. 
283# This is an integer value.
284# 
285# (snap-distance 8)
286
287# Speed of marching ants in the selection outline.  This value is in
288# milliseconds (less time indicates faster marching).  This is an integer
289# value.
290# 
291# (marching-ants-speed 200)
292
293# When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself when
294# zooming into and out of images.  Possible values are yes and no.
295# 
296# (resize-windows-on-zoom no)
297
298# When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself whenever
299# the physical image size changes.  Possible values are yes and no.
300# 
301# (resize-windows-on-resize no)
302
303# When enabled, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
304# pixel on the screen.  Possible values are yes and no.
305# 
306# (default-dot-for-dot yes)
307
308# When enabled, this will ensure that the full image is visible after a file
309# is opened, otherwise it will be displayed with a scale of 1:1.  Possible
310# values are yes and no.
311# 
312# (initial-zoom-to-fit yes)
313
314# When enabled, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on
315# each motion event, rather than relying on the position hint.  This means
316# painting with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower. 
317# Perversely, on some X servers enabling this option results in faster
318# painting.  Possible values are yes and no.
319# 
320# (perfect-mouse yes)
321
322# Sets the type of mouse pointers to use.  Possible values are tool-icon,
323# tool-crosshair and crosshair.
324# 
325# (cursor-mode tool-icon)
326
327# Context-dependent mouse pointers are helpful.  They are enabled by default.
328#  However, they require overhead that you may want to do without.  Possible
329# values are yes and no.
330# 
331# (cursor-updating yes)
332
333# When enabled, all paint tools will show a preview of the current brush's
334# outline.  Possible values are yes and no.
335# 
336# (show-brush-outline yes)
337
338# When enabled, the mouse pointer will be shown over the image while using a
339# paint tool.  Possible values are yes and no.
340# 
341# (show-paint-tool-cursor yes)
342
343# Sets the text to appear in image window titles.  This is a format string;
344# certain % character sequences are recognised and expanded as follows:
345# 
346# %%  literal percent sign
347# %f  bare filename, or "Untitled"
348# %F  full path to file, or "Untitled"
349# %p  PDB image id
350# %i  view instance number
351# %t  image type (RGB, grayscale, indexed)
352# %z  zoom factor as a percentage
353# %s  source scale factor
354# %d  destination scale factor
355# %Dx expands to x if the image is dirty, the empty string otherwise
356# %Cx expands to x if the image is clean, the empty string otherwise
357# %B  expands to (modified) if the image is dirty, the empty string otherwise
358# %A  expands to (clean) if the image is clean, the empty string otherwise
359# %l  the number of layers
360# %L  the number of layers (long form)
361# %m  memory used by the image
362# %n  the name of the active layer/channel
363# %P  the PDB id of the active layer/channel
364# %w  image width in pixels
365# %W  image width in real-world units
366# %h  image height in pixels
367# %H  image height in real-world units
368# %u  unit symbol
369# %U  unit abbreviation
370# 
371# 
372# (image-title-format "%D*%f-%p.%i (%t, %L) %wx%h")
373
374# Sets the text to appear in image window status bars.  This is a format
375# string; certain % character sequences are recognised and expanded as
376# follows:
377# 
378# %%  literal percent sign
379# %f  bare filename, or "Untitled"
380# %F  full path to file, or "Untitled"
381# %p  PDB image id
382# %i  view instance number
383# %t  image type (RGB, grayscale, indexed)
384# %z  zoom factor as a percentage
385# %s  source scale factor
386# %d  destination scale factor
387# %Dx expands to x if the image is dirty, the empty string otherwise
388# %Cx expands to x if the image is clean, the empty string otherwise
389# %B  expands to (modified) if the image is dirty, the empty string otherwise
390# %A  expands to (clean) if the image is clean, the empty string otherwise
391# %l  the number of layers
392# %L  the number of layers (long form)
393# %m  memory used by the image
394# %n  the name of the active layer/channel
395# %P  the PDB id of the active layer/channel
396# %w  image width in pixels
397# %W  image width in real-world units
398# %h  image height in pixels
399# %H  image height in real-world units
400# %u  unit symbol
401# %U  unit abbreviation
402# 
403# 
404# (image-status-format "%n (%m)")
405
406# Ask for confirmation before closing an image without saving.  Possible
407# values are yes and no.
408# 
409# (confirm-on-close yes)
410
411# Sets the monitor's horizontal resolution, in dots per inch.  If set to 0,
412# forces the X server to be queried for both horizontal and vertical
413# resolution information.  This is a float value.
414# 
415# (monitor-xresolution 96.000000)
416
417# Sets the monitor's vertical resolution, in dots per inch.  If set to 0,
418# forces the X server to be queried for both horizontal and vertical
419# resolution information.  This is a float value.
420# 
421# (monitor-yresolution 96.000000)
422
423# When enabled, GIMP will use the monitor resolution from the windowing
424# system.  Possible values are yes and no.
425# 
426# (monitor-resolution-from-windowing-system yes)
427
428# Sets the size of the navigation preview available in the lower right corner
429# of the image window.  Possible values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
430# large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
431# 
432# (navigation-preview-size medium)
433
434# Sets the default settings for the image view.  This is a parameter list.
435# 
436# (default-view
437#     (show-menubar yes)
438#     (show-rulers yes)
439#     (show-scrollbars yes)
440#     (show-statusbar yes)
441#     (show-selection yes)
442#     (show-layer-boundary yes)
443#     (show-guides yes)
444#     (show-grid no)
445#     (show-sample-points yes)
446#     (padding-mode default)
447#     (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))
448
449# Sets the default settings used when an image is viewed in fullscreen mode. 
450# This is a parameter list.
451# 
452# (default-fullscreen-view
453#     (show-menubar yes)
454#     (show-rulers yes)
455#     (show-scrollbars yes)
456#     (show-statusbar yes)
457#     (show-selection yes)
458#     (show-layer-boundary yes)
459#     (show-guides yes)
460#     (show-grid no)
461#     (show-sample-points yes)
462#     (padding-mode default)
463#     (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))
464
465# When enabled, an image will become the active image when its image window
466# receives the focus. This is useful for window managers using "click to
467# focus".  Possible values are yes and no.
468# 
469# (activate-on-focus yes)
470
471# What to do when the space bar is pressed in the image window.  Possible
472# values are none, pan and move.
473# 
474# (space-bar-action pan)
475
476# Sets the color that is used for XOR drawing. This setting only exists as a
477# workaround for buggy display drivers. If lines on the canvas are not
478# correctly undrawn, try to set this to white.  The color is specified in the
479# form (color-rgb red green blue) with channel values as floats in the range
480# of 0.0 to 1.0.
481# 
482# (xor-color (color-rgb 0.501961 1.000000 0.501961))
483
484# There's a tradeoff between speed and quality of the zoomed-out display. 
485# Possible values are low and high.
486# 
487# (zoom-quality high)
488
489# Tools such as fuzzy-select and bucket fill find regions based on a
490# seed-fill algorithm.  The seed fill starts at the initially selected pixel
491# and progresses in all directions until the difference of pixel intensity
492# from the original is greater than a specified threshold. This value
493# represents the default threshold.  This is an integer value.
494# 
495# (default-threshold 15)
496
497# If enabled, the move tool sets the edited layer or path as active.  This
498# used to be the default behaviour in older versions.  Possible values are
499# yes and no.
500# 
501# (move-tool-changes-active no)
502
503# When enabled, GIMP will not save an image if it has not been changed since
504# it was opened.  Possible values are yes and no.
505# 
506# (trust-dirty-flag no)
507
508# Remember the current tool, pattern, color, and brush across GIMP sessions. 
509# Possible values are yes and no.
510# 
511# (save-device-status no)
512
513# Save the positions and sizes of the main dialogs when GIMP exits.  Possible
514# values are yes and no.
515# 
516# (save-session-info yes)
517
518# Let GIMP try to restore your last saved session on each startup.  Possible
519# values are yes and no.
520# 
521# (restore-session yes)
522
523# Save the tool options when GIMP exits.  Possible values are yes and no.
524# 
525# (save-tool-options no)
526
527# Show a tooltip when the pointer hovers over an item.  Possible values are
528# yes and no.
529# 
530# (show-tooltips yes)
531
532# When enabled, menus can be torn off.  Possible values are yes and no.
533# 
534# (tearoff-menus yes)
535
536# When enabled, you can change keyboard shortcuts for menu items by hitting a
537# key combination while the menu item is highlighted.  Possible values are
538# yes and no.
539# 
540# (can-change-accels no)
541
542# Save changed keyboard shortcuts when GIMP exits.  Possible values are yes
543# and no.
544# 
545# (save-accels yes)
546
547# Restore saved keyboard shortcuts on each GIMP startup.  Possible values are
548# yes and no.
549# 
550# (restore-accels yes)
551
552# When enabled, GIMP will show mnemonics in menus.  Possible values are yes
553# and no.
554# 
555# (menu-mnemonics yes)
556
557# How many recently opened image filenames to keep on the File menu.  This is
558# an integer value.
559# 
560# (last-opened-size 10)
561
562# GIMP will warn the user if an attempt is made to create an image that would
563# take more memory than the size specified here.  The integer size can
564# contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP interpret the
565# size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no
566# suffix is specified the size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.
567# 
568# (max-new-image-size 128M)
569
570# Show the current foreground and background colors in the toolbox.  Possible
571# values are yes and no.
572# 
573# (toolbox-color-area yes)
574
575# Show the currently selected brush, pattern and gradient in the toolbox. 
576# Possible values are yes and no.
577# 
578# (toolbox-foo-area no)
579
580# Show the currently active image in the toolbox.  Possible values are yes
581# and no.
582# 
583# (toolbox-image-area no)
584
585# Show the GIMP mascot at the top of the toolbox.  Possible values are yes
586# and no.
587# 
588# (toolbox-wilber yes)
589
590# Sets the theme search path.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to
591# search.
592# 
593# (theme-path "${gimp_dir}/themes:${gimp_data_dir}/themes")
594
595# The name of the theme to use.  This is a string value.
596# 
597# (theme "Default")
598
599# When enabled, pressing F1 will open the help browser.  Possible values are
600# yes and no.
601# 
602# (use-help yes)
603
604# When enabled, dialogs will show a help button that gives access to the
605# related help page.  Without this button, the help page can still be reached
606# by pressing F1.  Possible values are yes and no.
607# 
608# (show-help-button yes)
609
610# Specifies the language preferences used by the help system. This is a
611# colon-separated list of language identifiers with decreasing priority. If
612# empty, the language is taken from the user's locale setting.  This is a
613# string value.
614# 
615# (help-locales "")
616
617# Sets the browser used by the help system.  Possible values are gimp and
618# web-browser.
619# 
620# (help-browser gimp)
621
622# Sets the external web browser to be used.  This can be an absolute path or
623# the name of an executable to search for in the user's PATH. If the command
624# contains '%s' it will be replaced with the URL, else the URL will be
625# appended to the command with a space separating the two.  This is a single
626# filename.
627# 
628(web-browser "sensible-browser %s")
629
630# When enabled, the online user manual will be used by the help system.
631# Otherwise the locally installed copy is used.  Possible values are yes and
632# no.
633# 
634# (user-manual-online no)
635
636# The location of the online user manual. This is used if
637# 'user-manual-online' is enabled.  This is a string value.
638# 
639# (user-manual-online-uri "http://docs.gimp.org/2.6")
640
641# The window type hint that is set on the toolbox. This may affect how your
642# window manager decorates and handles the toolbox window.  Possible values
643# are normal, utility and keep-above.
644# 
645# (toolbox-window-hint utility)
646
647# The window type hint that is set on dock windows. This may affect the way
648# your window manager decorates and handles dock windows.  Possible values
649# are normal, utility and keep-above.
650# 
651# (dock-window-hint utility)
652
653# When enabled, dock windows (the toolbox and palettes) are set to be
654# transient to the active image window. Most window managers will keep the
655# dock windows above the image window then, but it may also have other
656# effects.  Possible values are yes and no.
657# 
658# (transient-docks no)
659
660# Sets the pixel format to use for mouse pointers.  Possible values are
661# bitmap and pixbuf.
662# 
663# (cursor-format pixbuf)
664
665# Where to search for fractals used by the Fractal Explorer plug-in.  This is
666# a colon-separated list of folders to search.
667# 
668# (fractalexplorer-path "${gimp_dir}/fractalexplorer:${gimp_data_dir}/fractalexplorer")
669
670# Where to search for Gfig figures used by the Gfig plug-in.  This is a
671# colon-separated list of folders to search.
672# 
673# (gfig-path "${gimp_dir}/gfig:${gimp_data_dir}/gfig")
674
675# Where to search for gflares used by the GFlare plug-in.  This is a
676# colon-separated list of folders to search.
677# 
678# (gflare-path "${gimp_dir}/gflare:${gimp_data_dir}/gflare")
679
680# Where to search for data used by the Gimpressionist plug-in.  This is a
681# colon-separated list of folders to search.
682# 
683# (gimpressionist-path "${gimp_dir}/gimpressionist:${gimp_data_dir}/gimpressionist")
684
685# This path will be searched for scripts when the Script-Fu plug-in is run. 
686# This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.
687# 
688# (script-fu-path "${gimp_dir}/scripts:${gimp_data_dir}/scripts")
689