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gimprc in 2.10 Maurizio Loreti 22 May 09:36
  gimprc in 2.10 Alexandre Prokoudine 22 May 09:47
   gimprc in 2.10 Partha Bagchi 22 May 10:39
  gimprc in 2.10 Kevin Payne 22 May 11:00
   gimprc in 2.10 Nivek 29 Jan 00:53
    gimprc in 2.10 Patrick Shanahan 29 Jan 01:00
Maurizio Loreti
2018-05-22 09:36:18 UTC (over 2 years ago)

gimprc in 2.10

Hello -
I installed gimp 2.10.0 on my iMac; and edited the related gimprc inserting the two lines

(default-snap-to-grid no) (default-snap-to-canvas yes)

But these lines have no effect in 2.10 (but worked in 2.8). What did I miss? Where may I find the commands allowed in gimprc?

Maurizio Loreti  --  Maurizio.Loreti@gmail.com
Alexandre Prokoudine
2018-05-22 09:47:52 UTC (over 2 years ago)

gimprc in 2.10

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 12:36 PM, Maurizio Loreti wrote:

Hello -
I installed gimp 2.10.0 on my iMac; and edited the related gimprc inserting the two lines

(default-snap-to-grid no) (default-snap-to-canvas yes)

But these lines have no effect in 2.10 (but worked in 2.8). What did I miss? Where may I find the commands allowed in gimprc?

Edit > Preferences > Snapping

Alex

Partha Bagchi
2018-05-22 10:39:11 UTC (over 2 years ago)

gimprc in 2.10

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 5:48 AM Alexandre Prokoudine < alexandre.prokoudine@gmail.com> wrote:

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 12:36 PM, Maurizio Loreti wrote:

Hello -
I installed gimp 2.10.0 on my iMac; and edited the related gimprc

inserting the two lines

(default-snap-to-grid no)
(default-snap-to-canvas yes)

But these lines have no effect in 2.10 (but worked in 2.8). What did I

miss? Where may I find the commands allowed in gimprc?

Edit > Preferences > Snapping

On the Mac, the preference is always under the main app header.

Kevin Payne
2018-05-22 11:00:53 UTC (over 2 years ago)

gimprc in 2.10

From: gimp-user-list on behalf of Maurizio Loreti

Hello -
I installed gimp 2.10.0 on my iMac; and edited the related gimprc inserting the two lines

(default-snap-to-grid no) (default-snap-to-canvas yes)

But these lines have no effect in 2.10 (but worked in 2.8). What did I miss? Where may I find the commands allowed in >gimprc?

You need to look for the system-wide gimprc, (mine is at C:\Program Files\GIMP 2.10\etc\gimp\2.0\gimprc) In there you will find examples of all the things you can set.

I believe what you are try to set is now included as part of default-view and default-fullscreen-view : # Sets the default settings for the image view. This is a parameter list. #
# (default-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

# Sets the default settings used when an image is viewed in fullscreen mode. # This is a parameter list.
#
# (default-fullscreen-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

2020-01-29 00:53:11 UTC (8 months ago)
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gimprc in 2.10

From: gimp-user-list on behalf of Maurizio Loreti

You need to look for the system-wide gimprc, (mine is at C:\Program Files\GIMP
2.10\etc\gimp\2.0\gimprc)
In there you will find examples of all the things you can set.

I believe what you are try to set is now included as part of default-view and default-fullscreen-view : # Sets the default settings for the image view. This is a parameter list.
#
# (default-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

# Sets the default settings used when an image is viewed in fullscreen mode.
# This is a parameter list.
#
# (default-fullscreen-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

So, does this mean that lines with # at the start are no longer comments and now actual code? Or had it always been that way?

Nivek (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
Patrick Shanahan
2020-01-29 01:00:09 UTC (8 months ago)

gimprc in 2.10

* Nivek [01-28-20 19:55]:

From: gimp-user-list on behalf of Maurizio Loreti

You need to look for the system-wide gimprc, (mine is at C:\Program Files\GIMP
2.10\etc\gimp\2.0\gimprc)
In there you will find examples of all the things you can set.

I believe what you are try to set is now included as part of default-view and default-fullscreen-view : # Sets the default settings for the image view. This is a parameter list.
#
# (default-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

# Sets the default settings used when an image is viewed in fullscreen mode.
# This is a parameter list.
#
# (default-fullscreen-view
# (show-menubar yes)
# (show-statusbar yes)
# (show-rulers yes)
# (show-scrollbars yes)
# (show-selection yes)
# (show-layer-boundary yes)
# (show-guides yes)
# (show-grid no)
# (show-sample-points yes)
# (snap-to-guides yes)
# (snap-to-grid no)
# (snap-to-canvas no)
# (snap-to-path no)
# (padding-mode default)
# (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

So, does this mean that lines with # at the start are no longer comments and now actual code? Or had it always been that way?

usually when a setting is indicated and commented out, means that is default and is set, ie:

# (snap-to-path no) snap-to-path is set to "no" and that is default.

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