the goal was edited from this email thread, so i am putting it back 
here.  back when the berkeley computers also shared an archive of the
mail list, emails like this were useful to people.  with the strong
desire that this might one day be the case again, we can all make sure
that the emails that are archived make some sense. (me included!) 

the original question was how to set the default action of the
interpolation method used by gimp for transforming images.

On Sat, Feb 11, 2006 at 08:54:42AM +0100, RalfGesellensetter wrote:
> Am Freitag, 10. Februar 2006 20:13 schrieben Sie:
> > File>Preferences>Tool options
> thank you, this works ;)
> is there a way to use this setting system wide (all users)?
> any hints on how to associate gimp for a specific file type (suffix) likewise 
> system wide (mimetypes for KDE 3.3), BTW?
make it the default preference for new users by editing the gimprc that
user_install starts with.  if you have gimptool (usually included with
libgimp-dev) "gimptool --sysconfdir" should tell you where this is
located.  edit this line:

# (interpolation-type linear) 
(interpolation-type bicubic)


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