On Sat, Jan 15, 2005 at 08:35:23AM +0100, Andreas Waechter wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> in Gimp, you can change the title of image windows (in File 
> - Preferences - Interface - Image Windows - Title & Status).
> 
> But I could not find any help about the meaning of the 
> letters which are used in combination with %.
> I could only derive a few from the given examples:
> 
> %% is a percent sign
> %z is the zoom percentag
> %t is the type (RGB/indexed/Grayscale)
> %f is the filename
> %m is the memory usage
> %d:%s is the zoom ratio
> %p and %i are some numbers, %i could be the number of the 
> view and %p the number of the image
> 
> Is there a complete list to be found somewhere?

Look at the gimprc manpage.

-Yosh
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