On Thursday 19 December 2002 23:50, Michael J. Hammel wrote:
> Thus spoke [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Actually, I asked this question :<)
> > OK here is my FAQ:
> > How does one set defaults in Gimp for e.g., output formats?
> See File->Preferences.  However, the default format is XCF which is
> GIMP's built in format to save layer information.  To specify a
> different output format you either append the appropriate suffix to
> the filename (and let GIMP guess which format that means) or set the
> option menu to the format you want to use.
> Other defaults are configurable in the Preferences dialog.
> Hope that helps a little.
The preferences I referred to are for PS output and include such
items as:
Encapsulated Postscript (my preference)
Zero horizontal and vertical offset (my preference)
Inches instead of pixels for dimensions (my preference)
The Preferences dialog doesn't cover these details.

I don't mind specifying PS output. It's these other details that have
to be reset in the same way on every run. 


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