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GIMPRC(5)							     GIMPRC(5)

NAME
       gimprc - gimp configuration file

DESCRIPTION
       The gimprc file is a configuration file read by GIMP when it starts up.
       There   are   two   of	these:	 one   system-wide   one   stored   in
       /etc/gimp/2.0/gimprc  and  a  per-user $HOME/.gimp-2.8/gimprc which may
       override system settings.

       Comments are introduced by a hash sign (#), and continue until the  end
       of the line.  Blank lines are ignored.

       The  gimprc  file  associates values with properties.  These properties
       may be set by lisp-like assignments of the form:

	      (property-name value)

       where:

       property-name
		 is one of the property names described below.

       value	 is the value the property is to be set to.

       Either spaces or tabs may be used to separate the name from the value.

PROPERTIES
       Valid properties and their default values are:

       (temp-path "${gimp_dir}/tmp")

	      Sets the folder for temporary storage. Files  will  appear  here
	      during  the  course  of running GIMP.  Most files will disappear
	      when GIMP exits, but some files are likely to remain, so	it  is
	      best  if	this  folder not be one that is shared by other users.
	      This is a single folder.

       (swap-path "${gimp_dir}")

	      Sets the swap file location. GIMP uses a tile based memory allo‐
	      cation scheme.  The swap file is used to quickly and easily swap
	      tiles out to disk and back in. Be aware that the swap  file  can
	      easily  get  very large if GIMP is used with large images. Also,
	      things can get horribly slow if the swap file is	created	 on  a
	      folder  that  is mounted over NFS.  For these reasons, it may be
	      desirable to put your swap file in "/tmp".   This	 is  a	single
	      folder.

       (num-processors 1)

	      Sets  how many processors GIMP should try to use simultaneously.
	      This is an integer value.

       (tile-cache-size 2147483647)

	      When the amount of pixel data  exceeds  this  limit,  GIMP  will
	      start  to swap tiles to disk.  This is a lot slower but it makes
	      it possible to work on images that wouldn't fit into memory oth‐
	      erwise.  If you have a lot of RAM, you may want to set this to a
	      higher value.  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.

       Specifies the language to use for the user interface.  This is a string
       value.

       (interpolation-type cubic)

	      Sets  the	 level	of  interpolation  used	 for scaling and other
	      transformations.	Possible values are none,  linear,  cubic  and
	      lanczos.

       (default-threshold 15)

	      Tools such as fuzzy-select and bucket fill find regions based on
	      a seed-fill algorithm.  The seed fill starts  at	the  initially
	      selected	pixel  and progresses in all directions until the dif‐
	      ference of pixel intensity from the original is greater  than  a
	      specified	 threshold.  This value represents the default thresh‐
	      old.  This is an integer value.

       (plug-in-path "${gimp_dir}/plug-ins:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/plug-ins")

	      Sets the plug-in search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (module-path "${gimp_dir}/modules:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/modules")

	      Sets  the module search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (interpreter-path  "${gimp_dir}/interpreters:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/inter‐
       preters")

	      Sets  the	 interpreter  search  path.  This is a colon-separated
	      list of folders to search.

       (environ-path "${gimp_dir}/environ:${gimp_plug_in_dir}/environ")

	      Sets the environ search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (brush-path "${gimp_dir}/brushes:${gimp_data_dir}/brushes")

	      Sets  the	 brush search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (brush-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/brushes")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (dynamics-path "${gimp_dir}/dynamics:${gimp_data_dir}/dynamics")

	      Sets the dynamics search path.  This is a	 colon-separated  list
	      of folders to search.

       (dynamics-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/dynamics")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (pattern-path "${gimp_dir}/patterns:${gimp_data_dir}/patterns")

	      Sets the pattern search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (pattern-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/patterns")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (palette-path "${gimp_dir}/palettes:${gimp_data_dir}/palettes")

	      Sets the palette search path.  This is a colon-separated list of
	      folders to search.

       (palette-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/palettes")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (gradient-path "${gimp_dir}/gradients:${gimp_data_dir}/gradients")

	      Sets  the	 gradient search path.	This is a colon-separated list
	      of folders to search.

       (gradient-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/gradients")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (tool-preset-path  "${gimp_dir}/tool-presets:${gimp_data_dir}/tool-pre‐
       sets")

	      Sets  the	 dynamics search path.	This is a colon-separated list
	      of folders to search.

       (tool-preset-path-writable "${gimp_dir}/tool-presets")

	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (font-path "${gimp_dir}/fonts:${gimp_data_dir}/fonts")

	      Where to look for fonts in addition to the system-wide installed
	      fonts.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (default-brush "Round Fuzzy")

	      Specify a default brush.	The brush is searched for in the spec‐
	      ified brush path.	 This is a string value.

       (default-dynamics "Dynamics Off")

	      Specify a default dynamics.  The dynamics is searched for in the
	      specified dynamics path.	This is a string value.

       (default-pattern "Pine")

	      Specify a default pattern.  This is a string value.

       (default-palette "Default")

	      Specify a default palette.  This is a string value.

       (default-gradient "FG to BG (RGB)")

	      Specify a default gradient.  This is a string value.

       (default-tool-preset "Current Options")

	      Specify  a default tool preset.  The tool preset is searched for
	      in the specified tool prests path.  This is a string value.

       (default-font "Sans")

	      Specify a default font.  This is a string value.

       (global-brush yes)

	      When enabled, the selected brush will be	used  for  all	tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (global-dynamics yes)

	      When  enabled, the selected dynamics will be used for all tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (global-pattern yes)

	      When enabled, the selected pattern will be used for  all	tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (global-palette yes)

	      When  enabled,  the selected palette will be used for all tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (global-gradient yes)

	      When enabled, the selected gradient will be used for all	tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (global-font yes)

	      When  enabled,  the  selected  font  will be used for all tools.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (default-image
		  (width 640)
		  (height 400)
		  (unit pixels)
		  (xresolution 72.000000)
		  (yresolution 72.000000)
		  (resolution-unit inches)
		  (image-type rgb)
		  (fill-type background-fill)
		  (comment "Created with GIMP"))

	      Sets the default image in the  "File/New"	 dialog.   This	 is  a
	      parameter list.

       (default-grid
		  (style solid)
		  (fgcolor (color-rgba 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000))
		  (bgcolor (color-rgba 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000))
		  (xspacing 10.000000)
		  (yspacing 10.000000)
		  (spacing-unit inches)
		  (xoffset 0.000000)
		  (yoffset 0.000000)
		  (offset-unit inches))

	      Specify a default image grid.  This is a parameter list.

       (undo-levels 5)

	      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-size 64M)

	      Sets an upper limit to the memory that is used per image to keep
	      operations on the undo stack. Regardless	of  this  setting,  at
	      least  as	 many  undo-levels  as	configured can be undone.  The
	      integer size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G'	 which
	      makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilo‐
	      bytes, megabytes or gigabytes. If no  suffix  is	specified  the
	      size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.

       (undo-preview-size large)

	      Sets  the	 size  of  the previews in the Undo History.  Possible
	      values are tiny, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large,
	      huge, enormous and gigantic.

       (plug-in-history-size 10)

	      How  many	 recently  used	 plug-ins to keep on the Filters menu.
	      This is an integer value.

       (pluginrc-path "${gimp_dir}/pluginrc")

	      Sets the pluginrc search path.  This is a single filename.

       (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.	  Pos‐
	      sible values are yes and no.

       (layer-preview-size medium)

	      Sets  the	 preview  size used for layers and channel previews in
	      newly created dialogs.  Possible values are  tiny,  extra-small,
	      small, medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous and gigantic.

       (thumbnail-size normal)

	      Sets the size of the thumbnail shown in the Open dialog.	Possi‐
	      ble values are none, normal and large.

       (thumbnail-filesize-limit 4M)

	      The thumbnail in the Open dialog will be	automatically  updated
	      if  the  file being previewed is smaller than the size set here.
	      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.

       (color-management
		  (mode display)
		  (display-profile-from-gdk no)
		  (display-rendering-intent perceptual)
		  (simulation-rendering-intent perceptual)
		  (simulation-gamut-check no)
		  (out-of-gamut-color (color-rgb 0.501961 0.501961 0.501961))
		  (display-module "CdisplayLcms"))

	      Defines  the  color  management  behavior.   This is a parameter
	      list.

       (color-profile-policy ask)

	      How to handle embedded color profiles when opening a file.  Pos‐
	      sible values are ask, keep and convert.

       (save-document-history yes)

	      Keep  a  permanent  record  of all opened and saved files in the
	      Recent Documents list.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (quick-mask-color (color-rgba 1.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.500000))

	      Sets the default quick mask color.  The color  is	 specified  in
	      the  form	 (color-rgba red green blue alpha) with channel values
	      as floats in the range of 0.0 to 1.0.

       (transparency-size medium-checks)

	      Sets the size of the checkerboard used to display	 transparency.
	      Possible	values	are  small-checks,  medium-checks  and	large-
	      checks.

       (transparency-type gray-checks)

	      Sets the manner in which transparency is	displayed  in  images.
	      Possible	values	are  light-checks,  gray-checks,  dark-checks,
	      white-only, gray-only and black-only.

       (snap-distance 8)

	      This is the distance in pixels where  Guide  and	Grid  snapping
	      activates.  This is an integer value.

       (marching-ants-speed 200)

	      Speed  of marching ants in the selection outline.	 This value is
	      in milliseconds (less time indicates faster marching).  This  is
	      an integer value.

       (resize-windows-on-zoom 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-resize no)

	      When  enabled, the image window will automatically resize itself
	      whenever the physical image size changes.	 Possible  values  are
	      yes and no.

       (default-dot-for-dot yes)

	      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.

       (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.

       (perfect-mouse yes)

	      When  enabled,  the  X server is queried for the mouse's current
	      position on each motion event, rather than relying on the	 posi‐
	      tion  hint.   This  means	 painting with large brushes should be
	      more accurate, but it may be  slower.   Conversely,  on  some  X
	      servers enabling this option results in faster painting.	Possi‐
	      ble values are yes and no.

       (cursor-mode tool-icon)

	      Sets the type of mouse pointers to  use.	 Possible  values  are
	      tool-icon, tool-crosshair and crosshair.

       (cursor-updating yes)

	      Context-dependent	 mouse pointers are helpful.  They are enabled
	      by default.  However, they require overhead that you may want to
	      do without.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (show-brush-outline yes)

	      When enabled, all paint tools will show a preview of the current
	      brush's outline.	Possible values are yes and no.

       (show-paint-tool-cursor yes)

	      When enabled, the mouse pointer will be  shown  over  the	 image
	      while using a paint tool.	 Possible values are yes and no.

       (image-title-format "%D*%f-%p.%i (%t, %L) %wx%h")

	      Sets  the text to appear in image window titles.	This is a for‐
	      mat string; certain % character  sequences  are  recognised  and
	      expanded as follows:

	      %%  literal percent sign
	      %f  bare filename, or "Untitled"
	      %F  full path to file, or "Untitled"
	      %p  PDB image id
	      %i  view instance number
	      %t  image type (RGB, grayscale, indexed)
	      %z  zoom factor as a percentage
	      %s  source scale factor
	      %d  destination scale factor
	      %Dx  expands to x if the image is dirty, the empty string other‐
	      wise
	      %Cx expands to x if the image is clean, the empty string	other‐
	      wise
	      %B   expands  to	(modified)  if	the  image is dirty, the empty
	      string otherwise
	      %A  expands to (clean) if the image is clean, the	 empty	string
	      otherwise
	      %l  the number of layers
	      %L  the number of layers (long form)
	      %m  memory used by the image
	      %n  the name of the active layer/channel
	      %P  the PDB id of the active layer/channel
	      %w  image width in pixels
	      %W  image width in real-world units
	      %h  image height in pixels
	      %H  image height in real-world units
	      %M  the image size expressed in megapixels
	      %u  unit symbol
	      %U  unit abbreviation

       (image-status-format "%n (%m)")

	      Sets  the text to appear in image window status bars.  This is a
	      format string; certain % character sequences are recognised  and
	      expanded as follows:

	      %%  literal percent sign
	      %f  bare filename, or "Untitled"
	      %F  full path to file, or "Untitled"
	      %p  PDB image id
	      %i  view instance number
	      %t  image type (RGB, grayscale, indexed)
	      %z  zoom factor as a percentage
	      %s  source scale factor
	      %d  destination scale factor
	      %Dx  expands to x if the image is dirty, the empty string other‐
	      wise
	      %Cx expands to x if the image is clean, the empty string	other‐
	      wise
	      %B   expands  to	(modified)  if	the  image is dirty, the empty
	      string otherwise
	      %A  expands to (clean) if the image is clean, the	 empty	string
	      otherwise
	      %l  the number of layers
	      %L  the number of layers (long form)
	      %m  memory used by the image
	      %n  the name of the active layer/channel
	      %P  the PDB id of the active layer/channel
	      %w  image width in pixels
	      %W  image width in real-world units
	      %h  image height in pixels
	      %H  image height in real-world units
	      %M  the image size expressed in megapixels
	      %u  unit symbol
	      %U  unit abbreviation

       (confirm-on-close yes)

	      Ask  for	confirmation  before  closing an image without saving.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (monitor-xresolution 96.000000)

	      Sets the monitor's horizontal resolution, in dots per inch.   If
	      set  to 0, forces the X server to be queried for both horizontal
	      and vertical resolution information.  This is a float value.

       (monitor-yresolution 96.000000)

	      Sets the monitor's vertical resolution, in dots  per  inch.   If
	      set  to 0, forces the X server to be queried for both horizontal
	      and vertical resolution information.  This is a float value.

       (monitor-resolution-from-windowing-system yes)

	      When enabled, GIMP will use the monitor resolution from the win‐
	      dowing system.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (navigation-preview-size medium)

	      Sets  the	 size of the navigation preview available in the lower
	      right corner of the image window.	  Possible  values  are	 tiny,
	      extra-small,  small,  medium, large, extra-large, huge, enormous
	      and gigantic.

       (default-view
		  (show-menubar yes)
		  (show-statusbar yes)
		  (show-rulers yes)
		  (show-scrollbars yes)
		  (show-selection yes)
		  (show-layer-boundary yes)
		  (show-guides yes)
		  (show-grid no)
		  (show-sample-points yes)
		  (padding-mode default)
		  (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

	      Sets the default settings for the image view.  This is a parame‐
	      ter list.

       (default-fullscreen-view
		  (show-menubar yes)
		  (show-statusbar yes)
		  (show-rulers yes)
		  (show-scrollbars yes)
		  (show-selection yes)
		  (show-layer-boundary yes)
		  (show-guides yes)
		  (show-grid no)
		  (show-sample-points yes)
		  (padding-mode default)
		  (padding-color (color-rgb 1.000000 1.000000 1.000000)))

	      Sets  the	 default  settings  used  when	an  image is viewed in
	      fullscreen mode.	This is a parameter list.

       (default-snap-to-guides yes)

	      Snap to guides by default in new image windows.  Possible values
	      are yes and no.

       (default-snap-to-grid no)

	      Snap to the grid by default in new image windows.	 Possible val‐
	      ues are yes and no.

       (default-snap-to-canvas no)

	      Snap to the canvas edge by default in new image windows.	Possi‐
	      ble values are yes and no.

       (default-snap-to-path no)

	      Snap to the active path by default in new image windows.	Possi‐
	      ble values are yes and no.

       (activate-on-focus yes)

	      When enabled, an image will become the  active  image  when  its
	      image  window receives the focus. This is useful for window man‐
	      agers using "click to focus".
	       Possible values are yes and no.

       (space-bar-action pan)

	      What to do when the space bar is pressed in  the	image  window.
	      Possible values are none, pan and move.

       (zoom-quality high)

	      There's  a  tradeoff between speed and quality of the zoomed-out
	      display.	Possible values are low and high.

       (use-event-history no)

	      Bugs in event history buffer are frequent so in case  of	cursor
	      offset  problems	turning it off helps.  Possible values are yes
	      and no.

       (move-tool-changes-active no)

	      If enabled, the move tool sets  the  edited  layer  or  path  as
	      active.	This  used  to	be the default behaviour in older ver‐
	      sions.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (image-map-tool-max-recent 10)

	      How many recent settings to  keep	 around	 in  color  correction
	      tools  This is an integer value.

       (trust-dirty-flag no)

	      When  enabled,  GIMP  will  not save an image if it has not been
	      changed since it was opened.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (save-device-status no)

	      Remember the current tool, pattern, color, and brush across GIMP
	      sessions.	 Possible values are yes and no.

       (save-session-info yes)

	      Save  the	 positions  and	 sizes	of  the main dialogs when GIMP
	      exits.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (restore-session yes)

	      Let GIMP try to restore your last saved session on each startup.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (save-tool-options no)

	      Save  the tool options when GIMP exits.  Possible values are yes
	      and no.

       (show-tooltips yes)

	      Show a tooltip when the pointer hovers over an  item.   Possible
	      values are yes and no.

       (tearoff-menus yes)

	      When  enabled,  menus  can be torn off.  Possible values are yes
	      and no.

       (can-change-accels no)

	      When enabled, you can change keyboard shortcuts for  menu	 items
	      by hitting a key combination while the menu item is highlighted.
	      Possible values are yes and no.

       (save-accels yes)

	      Save changed keyboard shortcuts when GIMP exits.	Possible  val‐
	      ues are yes and no.

       (restore-accels yes)

	      Restore saved keyboard shortcuts on each GIMP startup.  Possible
	      values are yes and no.

       (last-opened-size 10)

	      How many recently opened image filenames to  keep	 on  the  File
	      menu.  This is an integer value.

       (max-new-image-size 128M)

	      GIMP will warn the user if an attempt is made to create an image
	      that would take more memory than the size specified  here.   The
	      integer  size can contain a suffix of 'B', 'K', 'M' or 'G' which
	      makes GIMP interpret the size as being specified in bytes, kilo‐
	      bytes,  megabytes	 or  gigabytes.	 If no suffix is specified the
	      size defaults to being specified in kilobytes.

       (toolbox-color-area yes)

	      Show the current foreground and background colors in  the	 tool‐
	      box.  Possible values are yes and no.

       (toolbox-foo-area no)

	      Show  the	 currently selected brush, pattern and gradient in the
	      toolbox.	Possible values are yes and no.

       (toolbox-image-area no)

	      Show the currently active image in the toolbox.  Possible values
	      are yes and no.

       (toolbox-wilber yes)

	      Show the GIMP mascot at the top of the toolbox.  Possible values
	      are yes and no.

       (theme-path "${gimp_dir}/themes:${gimp_data_dir}/themes")

	      Sets the theme search path.  This is a colon-separated  list  of
	      folders to search.

       (theme "Default")

	      The name of the theme to use.  This is a string value.

       (use-help yes)

	      When  enabled, pressing F1 will open the help browser.  Possible
	      values are yes and no.

       (show-help-button yes)

	      When enabled, dialogs will show a help button that gives	access
	      to  the  related	help page.  Without this button, the help page
	      can still be reached by pressing F1.  Possible  values  are  yes
	      and no.

       (help-locales "")

	      Specifies the language preferences used by the help system. This
	      is a colon-separated list of language identifiers with  decreas‐
	      ing  priority.  If  empty, the language is taken from the user's
	      locale setting.  This is a string value.

       (help-browser gimp)

	      Sets the browser used by the help system.	 Possible  values  are
	      gimp and web-browser.

       (user-manual-online no)

	      When  enabled,  the  online user manual will be used by the help
	      system.  Otherwise the locally installed copy is used.  Possible
	      values are yes and no.

       (user-manual-online-uri "http://docs.gimp.org/2.8")

	      The  location  of the online user manual. This is used if 'user-
	      manual-online' is enabled.  This is a string value.

       (dock-window-hint utility)

	      The window type hint that is set on dock windows and the toolbox
	      window.  This  may  affect the way your window manager decorates
	      and handles these windows.  Possible values are normal,  utility
	      and keep-above.

       (cursor-format pixbuf)

	      Sets  the pixel format to use for mouse pointers.	 Possible val‐
	      ues are bitmap and pixbuf.

       (cursor-handedness right)

	      Sets the handedness for cursor positioning.  Possible values are
	      left and right.

       (fractalexplorer-path			       "${gimp_dir}/fractalex‐
       plorer:${gimp_data_dir}/fractalexplorer")

	      Where to search for fractals used by the Fractal Explorer	 plug-
	      in.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (gfig-path "${gimp_dir}/gfig:${gimp_data_dir}/gfig")

	      Where to search for Gfig figures used by the Gfig plug-in.  This
	      is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (gflare-path "${gimp_dir}/gflare:${gimp_data_dir}/gflare")

	      Where to search for gflares used by the GFlare plug-in.  This is
	      a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (gimpressionist-path  "${gimp_dir}/gimpressionist:${gimp_data_dir}/gim‐
       pressionist")

	      Where to search for data used  by	 the  Gimpressionist  plug-in.
	      This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

       (script-fu-path "${gimp_dir}/scripts:${gimp_data_dir}/scripts")

	      This  path will be searched for scripts when the Script-Fu plug-
	      in is run.  This is a colon-separated list of folders to search.

PATH EXPANSION
       Strings of type PATH are expanded  in  a	 manner	 similar  to  bash(1).
       Specifically:  tilde (~) is expanded to the user's home directory. Note
       that the bash feature of being able  to	refer  to  other  user's  home
       directories by writing ~userid/ is not valid in this file.

       ${variable}  is	expanded  to the current value of an environment vari‐
       able.  There are a few variables that are pre-defined:

       gimp_dir
	      The personal gimp directory which is set to  the	value  of  the
	      environment variable GIMP2_DIRECTORY or to ~/.gimp-2.8.

       gimp_data_dir
	      Base  for	 paths to shareable data, which is set to the value of
	      the environment variable GIMP2_DATADIR  or  to  the  compiled-in
	      default value ${datarootdir}/gimp/2.0.

       gimp_plug_in_dir
	      Base  to	paths  for  architecture-specific plugins and modules,
	      which  is	 set  to  the  value  of  the	environment   variable
	      GIMP2_PLUGINDIR  or to the compiled-in default value ${exec_pre‐
	      fix}/lib/gimp/2.0.

       gimp_sysconf_dir
	      Path to configuration files, which is set to the	value  of  the
	      environment  variable  GIMP2_SYSCONFDIR  or  to  the compiled-in
	      default value /etc/gimp/2.0.

FILES
       /etc/gimp/2.0/gimprc
	      System-wide configuration file

       $HOME/.gimp-2.8/gimprc
	      Per-user configuration file

SEE ALSO
       gimp(1)

GIMP Manual Pages		Version 2.8.10			     GIMPRC(5)
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