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Change Gimp Loading Text?

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Change Gimp Loading Text?

Post#1 by Wallace » 01 Jun 2019, 20:45


Does anyone know how I can edit the loading text appearance?
I want it to be lower, so it will show in the little box I created for it, in all my splash screen images.

In Gimp 2.8 the loading text, would always be in the little box I made for it.
Here's a splash screen from Gimp 2.8
As you can see, the loading text is in the little box.

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However, in Gimp 2.10 the loading text appears to be higher.
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Is there a file that I can edit in Gimp 2.10, to move the loading text down a few pixels and adjust the text spacing?
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Post#2 by tim » 01 Jun 2019, 22:24


I know nothing about that.
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