File and Xtns

First are the basic File and Xtns menus. From File, you can open files or access dialog boxes, where you'll find the Brush, Pattern, Palette, and Gradient menus. These menus allow you to choose brush size and type, color, and gradients, and all are very intuitive. If you select Acquire from the File menu, you can use The GIMP to take screenshots as well. This works in almost exactly the same way as KSnapshot (see Chapter 7). The Xtns menu provides access to extension and module menus. These are...

Xscanimage

Depending on your Linux distribution, xscanimage resides on the distribution menu (K menu SuSE Graphic Graphics XScanImage) or under Graphics and then under the distribution name (K menu Graphics Debian xscanimage). After selecting xscanimage, you'll be presented with an introductory window. Figure 7.6 xscanimage Opening Window The Preferences pull- down menu (Preferences Advanced Options) provides further options. However, depending on your monitor size and screen resolution, this menu window...