I have just discovered an additional -- but exactly the same basic
subject -- problem with this dialog box:
The 'link' symbol at the top, between the two pixel sizes, reverts every
single time to "linked" status. It seems that it has to be "unlinked"
every time if you wish to change only one of the dimensions of the canvas.
Again, is there a way to get Gimp to remember this setting (either
permanently or per-session)?
I would have assumed that there is an rc file(s) somewhere that contains
every conceivable dialog box setting/value.
On 04/01/2009 12:27 PM, Jay Smith wrote:
> Using Gimp 2.6.6 on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy) Linux.
> For the vast majority of my work, every time I enlarge the canvas (which
> I have to do a _lot_ ), I want _all_ the Layers to enlarge as well.
> However, the dialog box
> Image... Canvas Size... Layers...
> _always_ seems to default to "None" instead of "All Layers".
> While I have a difficult time understanding why "None" is a better
> default setting than "All Layers", I suppose that there are some very
> good reasons that are beyond my grasp.
> However, certainly there must be a way to change this default for a
> particular Gimp installation.... or at the very least, for a particular
> user session of running Gimp.
> Am I missing something?
> Does this require a plug-in? Is there one that will do it?
> Is there a plug-in that will allow the user control over _all_ the
> defaults? (The model that comes to mind is the firefox/thunderbird
> about:config setting methods.)
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