__/ [Dave Kelly] on Wednesday 19 October 2005 03:32 \__
> I have Gimp 2.2.8. When I start up an image is created 256x256 is
> created and put on the screen.
> I would rather not have that. I have look at different time for over 2
> months and not found where that is set.
> Could some help?
I agree that the "256x256 by default" is an annoying behaviour, which had
me change it to 700x700 after some persistent use. As somebody else
already gave the solution for 2.x, namely:
__/ [al doggity] on Wednesday 19 October 2005 03:37 \__
> On the file menu, there is a "preferences" selection where you can set
> up your canvas size.
I will just point out that in The GIMP 1.2.x, the option is at the very top
of the left pane under "Preferences". It is called New File and it is
highlighted by default so it's the first prominent thing the user would
Hope it helps,
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