On Wednesday 16 June 2004 10:26, Vittorio wrote:
> Context: P4, linux debian testing with boxed kde 3.2 and gimp 1.2.3.
> I often update my linux box by means of 'apt-get update' and 'apt-get
> upgrade' .
Ok. Now, go there and try : apt-get update gimp
this shall bring you up to GIMP 2.0, and a step four years into the future.
> (I suppose that) After one of this updating operation I'm no longer able in
> the gimp to zoom in an image to 1:1 by pressing only the key "1" which
> instead open the dialogue windows to open a file (in a nutshell 1 has
> become a shortcut of "file-open" !!!!!????).
Well...in GIMP 1.2.x the dynamic shortcut features is enabled by default.
All you have to do is to highlight a menu option with the mouse, and press a
shortcut key for it.
What mostly certain happened is that you pressed "1" while having "file open"
highlighted - since if the GIMP 1.2 were updated, it would have beem to last
year's 1.2.5 - not a version of 1.2.3 in which the Debian Packager would have
deliberately reassigned shortcuts at random.
Just go to the view->zoom options, and reasign keys at your pleasure.
In the GIMP 2.0 the dynamic shortcuts feature comes disabled by default, and
you have to enable it in preferences.
> What should I do?
> only the shortcut '1' is clearly suggested in the zoom menu of the gimp to
> zoom to 1:1.
> Is it possible to give other shorcuts for the other sizes (2:1 or 1:2, for
> instance) and how?
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