How to Change GIMP 2.10 Themes? - Fosslicious

Monday, May 7, 2018

How to Change GIMP 2.10 Themes?

GIMP 2.10 has Dark's default view with symbolic icons, but looks cool. In this version, the user can change the theme to be used. Themes available are Dark (as default theme), light, gray, and system. For those of you who do not like the default theme (dark). You can replace it with the following steps:

- Please open the application GIMP version 2.10 already installed on your Computer.

- After the application opens, Please select Edit Menu and select Preferences as shown below:


GIMP change themes step 1
Edit --> Preferences

 In the Preferences menu, you can see the Theme menu in the left bar. When you select the menu, there will be some options as I mentioned above like this:


GIMP change Themes Step 2
Look! My GIMP Theme on System!
 If you have chosen the theme that you want, do not forget to click OK, to save the settings. In addition, there are several kinds of icons that you can choose to GIMP display icon. 

If you don't like the look of the default GIMP 2.10 icon, you can change it like in this picture:


GIMP change icon
Change Icon
On this menu, you can choose the old icon on gimp like the old version. Don't forget to save the selected icon settings. May be useful.

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