Ironically, I think I have accidentally hidden the toolbox trying to
alt-tab as well. If I knew what I did, I would have stumbled onto the
answer to my own question...
On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 11:29 AM, Martijn Weisbeek <weisb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Use the TAB key, which toggles visibility of the toolbox and other
>> dockable dialogs. And use F11 to fill the screen with the image window.
>> You can even remove the menu bar, scrolling bars, and status bar, and
>> have an image which really fills the screen.
> Those are some nifty shortcut keys. That might also explain why
> sometimes I have "lost" my toolbox.
> I guess that this has happened after I used the tab key for some
> action within GIMP.
> Then I might have meant ALT+TAB (to switch windows) instead, but
> forgot to press ALT and my toolbox is gone...
> Do you know whether there is a list of these key combinations online
> somewhere ?
> I would expect these to be in the GIMP's user manual, but I cannot
> seem to find them.
> http://docs.gimp.org/en/key-reference.html is as close as I could find.
> However, it would be nice when there would be one pages with all of
> these useful GIMP commands.
> Thanks in advance,
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