Chapter 4. Dialogs

Table of Contents

1. Dialog introduction
2. Layers dialog
2.1. Activate Dialog
2.2. Using the Layerdialog
2.3. Layer masks
3. Channels dialog
3.1. Calling the Dialog
3.2. Using the Channeldialog
3.3. Channels Menu
3.4. Selection masks
3.5. Quick Mask
4. Path dialog
4.1. Dialog call
4.2. Using the Paths dialog
4.3. Buttons
4.4. Paths Menu
5. Indexed Palette dialog
6. Histogram dialog
7. Navigation Dialog
8. Undo History dialog
9. Colors dialog
10. Brushes dialog
11. Patterns dialog
12. Gradients dialog
12.1. Grid/List modes
12.2. Using the Gradients dialog
12.3. Gradient Editor
13. Palettes
13.1. Dialog
13.2. Palettes Menu
13.3. Palette Editor
13.4. Palette Editor Menu
14. Fonts dialog
15. Buffers dialog
16. Document History dialog
17. Tools dialog
18. Preferences
18.1. Introduction
18.2. New Image Preferences
18.3. Default Image Grid
18.4. Interface
18.5. Theme
18.6. Help System
18.7. Tool Options
18.8. Toolbox
18.9. Image Windows
18.10. Image Window Appearance
18.11. Image Window Title and Statusbar
18.12. Display
18.13. Window Managment
18.14. Environment
18.15. Folders
18.16. Data Folders

1. Dialog introduction

Dialogs are the most common means of setting options and controls in the GIMP. The most important dialogs are explained in this section.