Commit fe9f715a authored by Sven Neumann's avatar Sven Neumann Committed by Sven Neumann

Made 1.3.13 release.

2003-03-23  Sven Neumann  <sven@gimp.org>

        * Made 1.3.13 release.
parent e1c14d73
2003-03-23 Sven Neumann <sven@gimp.org>
* Made 1.3.13 release.
2003-03-23 Michael Natterer <mitch@gimp.org>
* app/core/gimpchannel.c (gimp_channel_new_from_component): use
......@@ -11,6 +11,7 @@ dubbed GIMP 1.4.
Overview of Changes in GIMP 1.3.13
==================================
- New tree-view based popup to select brushes, gradients and such [Mitch]
- Added color pickers to levels tool for easier color correction [Sven]
- Allow to create channels from an image's color component [Sven, Mitch]
- Added a full-screen mode for the image window [Sven, Mitch]
......
......@@ -811,3 +811,6 @@ size).
<para>
<inlinegraphic fileref="stock-wilber-eek-64.png" format="png"></inlinegraphic>
</para>
......@@ -165,25 +165,25 @@ Sets the default comment. This is a string value.
.TP
(default-image-type rgb)
Sets the default image type in the File/New dialog. Possible values are rgb,
gray and indexed.
Sets the default image type in the "File/New" dialog. Possible values are
rgb, gray and indexed.
.TP
(default-image-width 256)
Sets the default image width in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
Sets the default image width in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(default-image-height 256)
Sets the default image height in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
Sets the default image height in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(default-unit inches)
Sets the default unit for new images and for the File/New dialog. This units
Sets the default unit for new images and for the "File/New" dialog. This units
will be used for coordinate display when not in dot-for-dot mode. The unit
can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus those in your user units
database.
......@@ -191,36 +191,37 @@ database.
.TP
(default-xresolution 72.000000)
Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the File/New
Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the "File/New"
dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float value.
.TP
(default-yresolution 72.000000)
Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the File/New
Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the "File/New"
dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float value.
.TP
(default-resolution-unit inches)
Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the File/New
Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the "File/New"
dialog. The unit can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus those
in your user units database.
.TP
(undo-levels 5)
Sets the number of operations kept on the undo stack. This is an integer
Sets the minimal number of operations that can be undone. More undo levels are
kept available until the undo-size limit is reached. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(undo-size 1024k)
Sets the maximum memory used by operations kept on the undo stack. The
integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP
interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or
gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size defaults to being specified in
kilobytes.
Sets an upper limit to the memory that is used per image to keep operations on
the undo stack. The integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G'
which makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes,
megabytes or gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size defaults to being
specified in kilobytes.
.TP
(pluginrc-path "${gimp_dir}/pluginrc")
......@@ -233,16 +234,25 @@ Sets the pluginrc search path. This is a single filename.
To inhibit loading of a module, add its name here. This is a string value.
.TP
(preview-size small)
(layer-previews yes)
Sets whether GIMP should create previews of layers and channels. Previews in
the layers and channels dialog are nice to have but they can slow things down
when working with large images. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(layer-preview-size medium)
Sets the default preview size. Possible values are none, tiny, extra-small,
small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
Sets the default preview size for layers and channels. Possible values are
tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and
gigantic.
.TP
(thumbnail-size normal)
Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Possible values are
none, normal and large.
Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Note that GIMP can not
save thumbnails if layer previews are disabled. Possible values are none,
normal and large.
.TP
(gamma-correction 1.000000)
......@@ -277,29 +287,36 @@ works only with 8-bit displays. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(resize-windows-on-zoom no)
When zooming into and out of images, setting this option to yes enables the
automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, when zooming
into and out of images. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(resize-windows-on-resize no)
When the physical image size changes, setting this option to yes enables the
automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, whenever the
physical image size changes. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(default-dot-for-dot yes)
When set to yes, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
When enabled, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
pixel on the screen. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(initial-zoom-to-fit yes)
When enabled, this will ensure that the full image is visible after a file is
opened, otherwise it will be displayed with a scale of 1:1. Possible values
are yes and no.
.TP
(perfect-mouse no)
When set to yes, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on
each motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means
painting with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower.
Perversely, on some X servers turning on this option results in faster
painting. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on each
motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means painting
with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower. Perversely,
on some X servers enabling this option results in faster painting. Possible
values are yes and no.
.TP
(cursor-mode tool-icon)
......@@ -420,19 +437,19 @@ certain % character sequences are recognised and expanded as follows:
(show-menubar no)
Sets the default menubar visibility. This can also be toggled with the
View->Toggle Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
"View->Toggle" Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-rulers yes)
Sets the default ruler visibility. This can also be toggled with the
View->Toggle Rulers command. Possible values are yes and no.
"View->Toggle Rulers" command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-statusbar yes)
Set to yes to make the statusbar visible by default. This can also be toggled
with the View->Toggle Statusbar command. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the statusbar is visible by default. This can also be toggled
with the "View->Toggle Statusbar" command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(confirm-on-close yes)
......@@ -457,14 +474,14 @@ information. This is a float value.
.TP
(monitor-resolution-from-windowing-system yes)
Set to yes if the GIMP should use the monitor resolution from the windowing
When enabled, the GIMP will use the monitor resolution from the windowing
system. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(navigation-preview-size medium)
Sets the size of the navigation preview available in the lower right corner of
the image window. Possible values are none, tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
the image window. Possible values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
.TP
......@@ -505,14 +522,14 @@ threshold. This is an integer value.
.TP
(info-window-per-display no)
When set to yes, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
When enabled, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(trust-dirty-flag no)
When set to yes, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since
opening it. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since opening
it. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(save-device-status no)
......@@ -535,18 +552,18 @@ values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-tips yes)
To display a handy GIMP tip on startup, set to yes. Possible values are yes
and no.
Enable to display a handy GIMP tip on startup. Possible values are yes and
no.
.TP
(show-tool-tips yes)
To display tooltips, set to yes. Possible values are yes and no.
Enable to display tooltips. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(tearoff-menus yes)
When set to yes, enables tear off menus. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, menus can be torn off. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(last-opened-size 4)
......@@ -577,7 +594,7 @@ The name of the theme to use. This is a string value.
.TP
(use-help yes)
When set to no the F1 help binding will be disabled. Possible values are yes
When enabled, pressing F1 will open the help browser. Possible values are yes
and no.
.TP
......
......@@ -165,25 +165,25 @@ Sets the default comment. This is a string value.
.TP
(default-image-type rgb)
Sets the default image type in the File/New dialog. Possible values are rgb,
gray and indexed.
Sets the default image type in the "File/New" dialog. Possible values are
rgb, gray and indexed.
.TP
(default-image-width 256)
Sets the default image width in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
Sets the default image width in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(default-image-height 256)
Sets the default image height in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
Sets the default image height in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(default-unit inches)
Sets the default unit for new images and for the File/New dialog. This units
Sets the default unit for new images and for the "File/New" dialog. This units
will be used for coordinate display when not in dot-for-dot mode. The unit
can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus those in your user units
database.
......@@ -191,36 +191,37 @@ database.
.TP
(default-xresolution 72.000000)
Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the File/New
Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the "File/New"
dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float value.
.TP
(default-yresolution 72.000000)
Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the File/New
Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the "File/New"
dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float value.
.TP
(default-resolution-unit inches)
Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the File/New
Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the "File/New"
dialog. The unit can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus those
in your user units database.
.TP
(undo-levels 5)
Sets the number of operations kept on the undo stack. This is an integer
Sets the minimal number of operations that can be undone. More undo levels are
kept available until the undo-size limit is reached. This is an integer
value.
.TP
(undo-size 1024k)
Sets the maximum memory used by operations kept on the undo stack. The
integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP
interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or
gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size defaults to being specified in
kilobytes.
Sets an upper limit to the memory that is used per image to keep operations on
the undo stack. The integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G'
which makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes,
megabytes or gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size defaults to being
specified in kilobytes.
.TP
(pluginrc-path "${gimp_dir}/pluginrc")
......@@ -233,16 +234,25 @@ Sets the pluginrc search path. This is a single filename.
To inhibit loading of a module, add its name here. This is a string value.
.TP
(preview-size small)
(layer-previews yes)
Sets whether GIMP should create previews of layers and channels. Previews in
the layers and channels dialog are nice to have but they can slow things down
when working with large images. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(layer-preview-size medium)
Sets the default preview size. Possible values are none, tiny, extra-small,
small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
Sets the default preview size for layers and channels. Possible values are
tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and
gigantic.
.TP
(thumbnail-size normal)
Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Possible values are
none, normal and large.
Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Note that GIMP can not
save thumbnails if layer previews are disabled. Possible values are none,
normal and large.
.TP
(gamma-correction 1.000000)
......@@ -277,29 +287,36 @@ works only with 8-bit displays. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(resize-windows-on-zoom no)
When zooming into and out of images, setting this option to yes enables the
automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, when zooming
into and out of images. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(resize-windows-on-resize no)
When the physical image size changes, setting this option to yes enables the
automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, whenever the
physical image size changes. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(default-dot-for-dot yes)
When set to yes, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
When enabled, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
pixel on the screen. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(initial-zoom-to-fit yes)
When enabled, this will ensure that the full image is visible after a file is
opened, otherwise it will be displayed with a scale of 1:1. Possible values
are yes and no.
.TP
(perfect-mouse no)
When set to yes, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on
each motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means
painting with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower.
Perversely, on some X servers turning on this option results in faster
painting. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on each
motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means painting
with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower. Perversely,
on some X servers enabling this option results in faster painting. Possible
values are yes and no.
.TP
(cursor-mode tool-icon)
......@@ -420,19 +437,19 @@ certain % character sequences are recognised and expanded as follows:
(show-menubar no)
Sets the default menubar visibility. This can also be toggled with the
View->Toggle Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
"View->Toggle" Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-rulers yes)
Sets the default ruler visibility. This can also be toggled with the
View->Toggle Rulers command. Possible values are yes and no.
"View->Toggle Rulers" command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-statusbar yes)
Set to yes to make the statusbar visible by default. This can also be toggled
with the View->Toggle Statusbar command. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the statusbar is visible by default. This can also be toggled
with the "View->Toggle Statusbar" command. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(confirm-on-close yes)
......@@ -457,14 +474,14 @@ information. This is a float value.
.TP
(monitor-resolution-from-windowing-system yes)
Set to yes if the GIMP should use the monitor resolution from the windowing
When enabled, the GIMP will use the monitor resolution from the windowing
system. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(navigation-preview-size medium)
Sets the size of the navigation preview available in the lower right corner of
the image window. Possible values are none, tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
the image window. Possible values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
.TP
......@@ -505,14 +522,14 @@ threshold. This is an integer value.
.TP
(info-window-per-display no)
When set to yes, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
When enabled, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(trust-dirty-flag no)
When set to yes, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since
opening it. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since opening
it. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(save-device-status no)
......@@ -535,18 +552,18 @@ values are yes and no.
.TP
(show-tips yes)
To display a handy GIMP tip on startup, set to yes. Possible values are yes
and no.
Enable to display a handy GIMP tip on startup. Possible values are yes and
no.
.TP
(show-tool-tips yes)
To display tooltips, set to yes. Possible values are yes and no.
Enable to display tooltips. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(tearoff-menus yes)
When set to yes, enables tear off menus. Possible values are yes and no.
When enabled, menus can be torn off. Possible values are yes and no.
.TP
(last-opened-size 4)
......@@ -577,7 +594,7 @@ The name of the theme to use. This is a string value.
.TP
(use-help yes)
When set to no the F1 help binding will be disabled. Possible values are yes
When enabled, pressing F1 will open the help browser. Possible values are yes
and no.
.TP
......
# This is the system-wide gimprc file. Any change made in this file
# will affect all users of this system, provided that they are not
# overriding the default values in their personal gimprc file.
#
# This is the system-wide gimprc file. Any change made in this file will
# affect all users of this system, provided that they are not overriding the
# default values in their personal gimprc file.
#
# Lines that start with a '#' are comments. Blank lines are ignored.
#
# By default everything in this file is commented out. The file then
#
# By default everything in this file is commented out. The file then
# documents the default values and shows what changes are possible.
# The variable ${gimp_dir} is set to the value of the environment
# variable GIMP_DIRECTORY or, if that is not set, the compiled-in
# default value is used. If GIMP_DIRECTORY is not an absolute path,
# it is interpreted relative to your home directory.
#
# The variable ${gimp_dir} is set to the value of the environment variable
# GIMP_DIRECTORY or, if that is not set, the compiled-in default value is
# used. If GIMP_DIRECTORY is not an absolute path, it is interpreted
# relative to your home directory.
# Sets the temporary storage directory. Files will appear here during the
# course of running the GIMP. Most files will disappear when the GIMP exits,
......@@ -121,56 +121,57 @@
#
# (default-comment "Created with The GIMP")
# Sets the default image type in the File/New dialog. Possible values are
# Sets the default image type in the "File/New" dialog. Possible values are
# rgb, gray and indexed.
#
# (default-image-type rgb)
# Sets the default image width in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
# Sets the default image width in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
# value.
#
# (default-image-width 256)
# Sets the default image height in the File/New dialog. This is an integer
# Sets the default image height in the "File/New" dialog. This is an integer
# value.
#
# (default-image-height 256)
# Sets the default unit for new images and for the File/New dialog. This
# Sets the default unit for new images and for the "File/New" dialog. This
# units will be used for coordinate display when not in dot-for-dot mode.
# The unit can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus those in your
# user units database.
#
# (default-unit inches)
# Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the File/New
# dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float
# value.
# Sets the default horizontal resolution for new images and for the
# "File/New" dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a
# float value.
#
# (default-xresolution 72.000000)
# Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the File/New
# Sets the default vertical resolution for new images and for the "File/New"
# dialog. This value is always in dpi (dots per inch). This is a float
# value.
#
# (default-yresolution 72.000000)
# Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the File/New
# Sets the units for the display of the default resolution in the "File/New"
# dialog. The unit can be one inches, millimeters, points or picas plus
# those in your user units database.
#
# (default-resolution-unit inches)
# Sets the number of operations kept on the undo stack. This is an integer
# value.
# Sets the minimal number of operations that can be undone. More undo levels
# are kept available until the undo-size limit is reached. This is an
# integer value.
#
# (undo-levels 5)
# Sets the maximum memory used by operations kept on the undo stack. The
# integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which makes GIMP
# interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes or
# gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size defaults to being specified
# in kilobytes.
# Sets an upper limit to the memory that is used per image to keep operations
# on the undo stack. The integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M'
# or 'G' which makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in bytes,
# kilobytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no suffix is specified the size
# defaults to being specified in kilobytes.
#
# (undo-size 1024k)
......@@ -182,13 +183,20 @@
#
# (module-load-inhibit "foo")
# Sets the default preview size. Possible values are none, tiny,
# extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and
# Sets whether GIMP should create previews of layers and channels. Previews
# in the layers and channels dialog are nice to have but they can slow things
# down when working with large images. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (layer-previews yes)
# Sets the default preview size for layers and channels. Possible values are
# tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and
# gigantic.
#
# (preview-size small)
# (layer-preview-size medium)
# Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Possible values are
# Sets the size of the thumbnail saved with each image. Note that GIMP can
# not save thumbnails if layer previews are disabled. Possible values are
# none, normal and large.
#
# (thumbnail-size normal)
......@@ -219,25 +227,31 @@
#
# (colormap-cycling no)
# When zooming into and out of images, setting this option to yes enables the
# automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
# When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, when
# zooming into and out of images. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (resize-windows-on-zoom no)
# When the physical image size changes, setting this option to yes enables
# the automatic resizing of windows. Possible values are yes and no.
# When enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself, whenever
# the physical image size changes. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (resize-windows-on-resize no)
# When set to yes, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped
# to a pixel on the screen. Possible values are yes and no.
# When enabled, this will ensure that each pixel of an image gets mapped to a
# pixel on the screen. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (default-dot-for-dot yes)
# When set to yes, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position
# on each motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means
# When enabled, this will ensure that the full image is visible after a file
# is opened, otherwise it will be displayed with a scale of 1:1. Possible
# values are yes and no.
#
# (initial-zoom-to-fit yes)
# When enabled, the X server is queried for the mouse's current position on
# each motion event, rather than relying on the position hint. This means
# painting with large brushes should be more accurate, but it may be slower.
# Perversely, on some X servers turning on this option results in faster
# Perversely, on some X servers enabling this option results in faster
# painting. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (perfect-mouse no)
......@@ -309,18 +323,17 @@
# (image-status-format "%f-%p.%i (%t)")
# Sets the default menubar visibility. This can also be toggled with the
# View->Toggle Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
# "View->Toggle" Menubar command. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (show-menubar no)
# Sets the default ruler visibility. This can also be toggled with the
# View->Toggle Rulers command. Possible values are yes and no.
# "View->Toggle Rulers" command. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (show-rulers yes)
# Set to yes to make the statusbar visible by default. This can also be
# toggled with the View->Toggle Statusbar command. Possible values are yes
# and no.
# When enabled, the statusbar is visible by default. This can also be toggled
# with the "View->Toggle Statusbar" command. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (show-statusbar yes)
......@@ -341,14 +354,14 @@
#
# (monitor-yresolution 72.000000)
# Set to yes if the GIMP should use the monitor resolution from the windowing
# When enabled, the GIMP will use the monitor resolution from the windowing
# system. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (monitor-resolution-from-windowing-system yes)
# Sets the size of the navigation preview available in the lower right corner
# of the image window. Possible values are none, tiny, extra-small, small,
# medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
# of the image window. Possible values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium,
# large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.
#
# (navigation-preview-size medium)
......@@ -382,12 +395,12 @@
#
# (default-threshold 15)
# When set to yes, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
# When enabled, the GIMP will use a different info window per image view.
# Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (info-window-per-display no)
# When set to yes, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since
# When enabled, the GIMP will not save if the image is unchanged since
# opening it. Possible values are yes and no.
#
# (trust-dirty-flag no)
......@@ -407,16 +420,16 @@
#
# (restore-session yes)
# To display a handy GIMP tip on startup, set to yes. Possible values are
# yes and no.
# Enable to display a handy GIMP tip on startup. Possible values are yes and
# no.
#
# (show-tips yes)