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Why doesn't Gimp remember windows toolbar dock setup at the start

Nov 12, 2013, 15:44 (This post was last modified: Nov 12, 2013 16:14 by nagdee007.)
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Why doesn't Gimp remember windows toolbar dock setup at the start
why doesn't gimp remember windows toolbar dock setup at the start on the left hand side and the right side?


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Nov 12, 2013, 16:38
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RE: Why doesn't Gimp remember windows toolbar dock setup at the start
Do you know how to resize a window by clicking and dragging corners or sides?. Do you know how to move a window by clicking on the title bar and dragging?

That is what you need to do to start. Get the 3 gimp windows where you want them. The left and right windows will not resize vertically if they are too narrow, make them wide.

Nothing wrong with the traditional 3 window mode, it has certain advantages but you can go into a single window mode.

Gimp menu: Windows -> Single window mode.

That can be resized same as any other window.

Once you have it the way you want. Go into

Gimp menu: Edit -> Preferences -> Window management

untick save window positions on exit
click on save window positions now.

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