Commit 3eaf373d authored by GMT 2000  Adam D. Moss's avatar GMT 2000 Adam D. Moss Committed by Adam D. Moss

enable perfect-mouse in default gimprc.

Wed Mar 22 15:43:02 GMT 2000  Adam D. Moss <adam@gimp.org>

        * gimprc.in: enable perfect-mouse in default gimprc.
parent 919958e6
Wed Mar 22 15:43:02 GMT 2000 Adam D. Moss <adam@gimp.org>
* gimprc.in: enable perfect-mouse in default gimprc.
2000-03-21 Michael Natterer <mitch@gimp.org>
* app/flip_tool.c: yesterday's "cleanups" made the file
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......@@ -292,6 +292,16 @@
# Just uncomment the following line if you trust the dirty flag.
# (trust-dirty-flag)
# Perfect mouse tracking
# GIMP attempts to keep up with the motion of the pointer when
# painting, but when a painting operation is particularly CPU
# intensive the GIMP will miss the subtlety of your painting
# motion and render overly-angular strokes. Enabling 'perfect
# mouse tracking' allows GIMP to track your painting motion
# more evenly, at the expense of lagging behind your brush at
# times of CPU stress.
(perfect-mouse yes)
# Help browser
# Determines which program to use as browser for the GIMP help pages.
# Possible values are "gimp" which means the built-in help browser
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......@@ -292,6 +292,16 @@
# Just uncomment the following line if you trust the dirty flag.
# (trust-dirty-flag)
# Perfect mouse tracking
# GIMP attempts to keep up with the motion of the pointer when
# painting, but when a painting operation is particularly CPU
# intensive the GIMP will miss the subtlety of your painting
# motion and render overly-angular strokes. Enabling 'perfect
# mouse tracking' allows GIMP to track your painting motion
# more evenly, at the expense of lagging behind your brush at
# times of CPU stress.
(perfect-mouse yes)
# Help browser
# Determines which program to use as browser for the GIMP help pages.
# Possible values are "gimp" which means the built-in help browser
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