Thanks. I saw that option. Actually, 1:2 or 1:3 would be great, but 1:1
doesn't work for what I am doing. Is there no other way? 1:1 would be too
big for my screen and I would still have to manually adjust the window size.
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 1:37 AM, DJ <delphit...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Ryan, GimpUsers:
> RK> How can I configure the size of the new window containing a new image?
> RK> have set my default new image to be 2000x1600 pixels, which I really
> RK> but when I hit Ctrl-N, it defaults to a zoom level of 33%, which is too
> RK> small on my screen. So, I am constantly having to drag the window
> RK> each time I create a new image.
> That is something I was curious about also. I did some checking. It
> looks like from the Image window, select Edit/Preferences. In the
> panel on the right look for, "Inital zoom ratio", and set to
> 1:1 (not Fit to Window).
> Doc snippet:
> Initial zoom ratio
> You can choose either to have images, when they are first opened,
> scaled so that the whole image fits comfortably on your display, or
> else shown at 1:1 zoom. If you choose the second option, and the image
> is too large to fit on your display, then the image window will show
> only part of it (but you will be able to scroll to other parts).
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