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 Tux Paint
version 0.9.14
Options Documentation
Copyright 2004 by Bill Kendrick
New Breed Software
bill@newbreedsoftware.com
http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/tuxpaint/
September 24, 2004
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Tux Paint Config.
As of Tux Paint version 0.9.14, a graphical tool is available that
allows you to change Tux Paint's behavior. However, if you'd rather not
install and use this tool, or want a better understanding of the
available options, please continue reading.
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Configuration File
You can create a simple configuration file for Tux Paint, which it will
read each time you start it up.
The file is simply a plain text file containing the options you want
enabled:
Linux, Unix and Mac OS X Users
The file you should create is called ".tuxpaintrc" and it should be
placed in your home directory. (a.k.a. "~/.tuxpaintrc" or
"$HOME/.tuxpaintrc")
System-Wide Configuration File (Linux and Unix)
Before this file is read, a system-wide configuration file is read.
(By default, this configuration has no settings enabled.) It is
located at:
/etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.conf
You can disable reading of this file altogether, leaving the
settings as defaults (which can then be overridden by your
".tuxpaintrc" file and/or command-line arguments) by using the
command-line option:
--nosysconfig
Windows Users
The file you should create is called "tuxpaint.cfg" and it should be
placed in Tux Paint's folder.
You can use NotePad or WordPad to create this file. Be sure to save it
as Plain Text, and make sure the filename doesn't have ".txt" at the
end...
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Available Options
The following settings can be set in the configuration file.
(Command-line settings will override these. See the "Command-Line
Options" section, below.)
fullscreen=yes
Run the program in full screen mode, rather than in a window.
800x600=yes
Run the program at 800x600 resolution (EXPERIMENTAL), rather
than the smaller 640x480 resolution.
nosound=yes
Disable sound effects.
noquit=yes
Disable the on-screen "Quit" button. (Pressing the [Escape] key
or clicking the window's close button still works.)
noprint=yes
Disable the printing feature.
printdelay=SECONDS
Restrict printing so that printing can occur only once every
SECONDS seconds.
printcommand=COMMAND
(Linux and Unix only)
Use the command COMMAND to print a PNG file. If not set, the
default command is:
pngtopnm | pnmtops | lpr
Which converts the PNG to a NetPBM 'portable anymap', then
converts that to a PostScript file, and finally sends that to
the printer, using the "lpr" command.
printcfg=yes
(Windows only)
Tux Paint will use a printer configuration file when printing.
Push the [ALT] key while clicking the 'Print' button in
Tux Paint to cause a Windows print dialog window to appear.
(Note: This only works when not running Tux Paint in fullscreen
mode.) Any configuration changes made in this dialog will be
saved to the file "userdata/print.cfg", and used again, as long
as the "printcfg" option is set.
simpleshapes=yes
Disable the rotation step of the 'Shape' tool. Click, drag and
release is all that will be needed to draw a shape.
uppercase=yes
All text will be rendered only in uppercase (e.g., "Brush" will
be "BRUSH"). Useful for children who can read, but who have only
learned uppercase letters so far.
grab=yes
Tux Paint will attempt to 'grab' the mouse and keyboard, so that
the mouse is confined to Tux Paint's window, and nearly all
keyboard input is passed directly to it.
This is useful to disable operating system actions that could
get the user out of Tux Paint [Alt]-[Tab] window cycling,
[Ctrl]-[Escape], etc. This is especially useful in fullscreen
mode.
noshortcuts=yes
This disable keyboard shortcuts (e.g., [Ctrl]-[S] for save,
[Ctrl]-[N] for a new image, etc.)
This is useful to prevent unwanted commands from being activated
by children who aren't experienced with keyboards.
nowheelmouse=yes
This disables support for the wheel on mice that have it.
(Normally, the wheel will scroll the selector menu on the
right.)
nofancycursors=yes
This disables the fancy mouse pointer shapes in Tux Paint, and
uses your environment's normal mouse pointer.
In some enviornments, the fancy cursors cause problems. Use this
option to avoid them.
nooutlines=yes
In this mode, much simpler outlines and 'rubber-band' lines are
displayed when using the Lines, Shapes, Stamps and Eraser tools.
This can help when Tux Paint is run on very slow computers, or
displayed on a remote X-Window display.
nostamps=yes
This option tells Tux Paint to not load any rubber stamp images,
which in turn ends up disabling the Stamps tool.
This can speed up Tux Paint when it first loads up, and reduce
memory usage while it's running. Of course, no stamps will be
available at all.
nostampcontrols=yes
Some images in the Stamps tool can be mirrored, flipped, and/or
have their size changed. This option disables the controls, and
only provides the basic stamps.
mirrorstamps=yes
For stamps that can be mirrored, this option sets them to their
mirrored shape by default.
This can be useful for people who prefer things right-to-left,
rather than left-to-right.
keyboard=yes
This allows the keyboard arrow keys to be used to control the
mouse pointer. (e.g., for mouseless environments.)
The [Arrow] keys move the mouse pointer. [Space] acts as the
mouse button.
savedir=DIRECTORY
Use this option to change where Tux Paint saves pictures. By
default, this is "~/.tuxpaint/saved/" under Linux and Unix, and
"userdata\" under Windows.
This can be useful in a Windows lab, where Tux Paint is
installed on a server, and children run it from workstations.
You can set savedir to be a folder in their home directory.
(e.g., "H:\tuxpaint\")
Note: When specifying a Windows drive (e.g., "H:\"), you must
also specify a subdirectory.
Example: savedir=Z:\tuxpaint\
saveover=yes
This disables the "Save over the old version...?" prompt when
saving an existing file. With this option, the older version
will always be replaced by the new version, automatically.
saveover=new
This also disables the "Save over the old version...?" prompt
when saving an existing file. This option, however, will always
save a new file, rather than overwrite the older version.
saveover=ask
(This option is redundant, since this is the default.)
When saving an existing drawing, you will be first asked whether
to save over the older version or not.
nosave=yes
This disables Tux Paint's ability to save files (and therefore
disables the on-screen "Save" button). It can be used in
situations where the program is only being used for fun, or in a
test environment.
lang=LANGUAGE
Run Tux Paint in one of the supported languages. Possible choice
for LANGUAGE currently include:
+-------------------------------------------------+
|english |american-english | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|afrikaans | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|basque |euskara | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|belarusian |bielaruskaja | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|bokmal | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|brazilian-portuguese|portuges-brazilian|brazilian|
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|breton |brezhoneg | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|british-english |british | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|bulgarian | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|catalan |catala | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|chinese |simplified-chinese| |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|croatian |hrvatski | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|czech |cesky | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|danish |dansk | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|dutch |nederlands | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|finnish |suomi | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|french |francais | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|german |deutsch | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|greek | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|hebrew | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|hindi | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|hungarian |magyar | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|icelandic |islenska | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|indonesian |bahasa-indonesia | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|italian |italiano | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|japanese | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|klingon |tlhIngan | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|korean | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|lithuanian |lietuviu | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|malay | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|norwegian |nynorsk | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|polish |polski | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|portuguese |portugues | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|romanian | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|russian | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|serbian | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|spanish |espanol | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|slovak | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|slovenian |slovensko | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|swedish |svenska | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|tamil | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|traditional-chinese | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|turkish | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|vietnamese | | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|walloon |walon | |
|--------------------+------------------+---------|
|welsh |cymraeg | |
+-------------------------------------------------+
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Overriding System Config. Options using .tuxpaintrc
(For Linux and Unix users)
If any of the above options are set in "/etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.config",
you can override them in your own "~/.tuxpaintrc" file.
For true/false options, like "noprint" and "grab", you can simply say
they equal 'no' in your "~/.tuxpaintrc" file:
noprint=no
uppercase=no
Or, you can use options similar to the command-line override options
described below. For example:
print=yes
mixedcase=yes
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Command-Line Options
Options can also be issued on the command-line when you start Tux Paint.
--fullscreen
--800x600
--nosound
--noquit
--noprint
--printdelay=SECONDS
--printcfg
--simpleshapes
--uppercase
--grab
--noshortcuts
--nowheelmouse
--nofancycursors
--nooutlines
--nostamps
--nostampcontrols
--mirrorstamps
--keyboard
--savedir DIRECTORY
--saveover
--saveovernew
--nosave
--lang LANGUAGE
These enable or correspond to the configuration file options
described above.
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--windowed
--640x480
--sound
--quit
--print
--printdelay=0
--noprintcfg
--complexshapes
--mixedcase
--dontgrab
--shortcuts
--wheelmouse
--fancycursors
--outlines
--stamps
--stampcontrols
--dontmirrorstamps
--mouse
--saveoverask
--save
These options can be used to override any settings made in the
configuration file. (If the option isn't set in the
configuration file(s), no overriding option is necessary.)
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--locale locale
Run Tux Paint in one of the support languages. See the
"Choosing a Different Language" section below for the locale
strings (e.g., "de_DE@euro" for German) to use.
(If your locale is already set, e.g. with the "$LANG"
environment variable, this option is not necessary, since
Tux Paint honors your environment's setting, if possible.)
--nosysconfig
Under Linux and Unix, this prevents the system-wide
configuration file, "/etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.conf", from being
read.
Only your own configuration file, "~/.tuxpaintrc", if it
exists, will be used.
--nolockfile
By default, Tux Paint uses what's known as a 'lockfile' to
prevent it from being launched more than once in 30 seconds.
(This is to avoid accidentally running multiple copies; for
example, by double-clicking a single-click launcher, or simply
impatiently clicking the icon multiple times.)
To make Tux Paint ignore the lockfile, allowing it to run
again, even if it was just launched less than 30 seconds ago,
run Tux Paint with the '--nolockfile' option on the
command-line.
By default, the lockfile is stored in "~/.tuxpaint/" under
Linux and Unix, and "userdata\" under Windows.
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Command-Line Informational Options
The following options display some informative text on the screen.
Tux Paint doesn't actually start up and run afterwards, however.
--version
Display the version number and date of the copy of Tux Paint
you are running. It also lists what, if any, compile-time
options were set. (See INSTALL.txt and FAQ.txt).
--copying
Show brief license information about copying Tux Paint.
--usage
Display the list of available command-line options.
--help
Display brief help on using Tux Paint.
--lang help
Display a list of available languages in Tux Paint.
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Choosing a Different Language
Tux Paint has been translated into a number of languages. To access the
translations, you can use the "--lang" option on the command-line to set
the language (e.g. "--lang spanish") or use the "lang=" setting in the
configuration file (e.g., "lang=spanish").
Tux Paint also honors your environment's current locale. (You can
override it on the command-line using the "--locale" option; see above.)
Use the option "--lang help" to list the available language options
available.
Available Languages
+---------------------------------------------------------+
| Locale Code | Language | Language |
| | (native name) | (English name) |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|C | |English |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|af_ZA | |Afrikaans |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|be_BY |Bielaruskaja |Belarusian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|bg_BG | |Bulgarian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|br_FR |Brezhoneg |Breton |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ca_ES |Catal`a |Catalan |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|cs_CZ |Cesky |Czech |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|cy_GB |Cymraeg |Welsh |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|da_DK |Dansk |Danish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|de_DE@euro |Deutsch |German |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|el_GR.UTF8 (*) | |Greek |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|en_GB | |British English |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|es_ES@euro |Espanol |Spanish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|eu_ES |Euskara |Basque |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|fi_FI@euro |Suomi |Finnish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|fr_FR@euro |Franc,ais |French |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|he_IL (*) | |Hebrew |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|hi_IN (*) | |Hindi |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|hr_HR |Hrvatski |Croatian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|hu_HU |Magyar |Hungarian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|id_ID |Bahasa Indonesia |Indonesian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|is_IS |Islenska |Icelandic |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|it_IT@euro |Italiano |Italian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ja_JP.UTF-8 (*)| |Japanese |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ko_KR.UTF-8 (*)| |Korean |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|lt_LT.UTF-8 |Lietuviu |Lithuanian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ms_MY | |Malay |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|nb_NO |Norsk (bokmaal) |Norwegian Bokmaal |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|nn_NO |Norsk (nynorsk) |Norwegian Nynorsk |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|nl_NL@euro | |Dutch |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|pl_PL |Polski |Polish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|pt_BR |Portuges Brazileiro|Brazilian Portuguese |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|pt_PT |Portuges |Portuguese |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ro_RO | |Romanian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ru_RU | |Russian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|sk_SK | |Slovak |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|sl_SI | |Slovenian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|sr_YU | |Serbian |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|sv_SE@euro |Svenska |Swedish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|ta_IN (*) | |Tamil |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|tlh (*) |tlhIngan |Klingon |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|tr_TR@euro | |Turkish |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|vi_VN | |Vietnamese |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|wa_BE@euro | |Walloon |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|zh_CN (*) | |Chinese (Simplified) |
|---------------+-------------------+---------------------|
|zh_TW (*) | |Chinese (Traditional)|
+---------------------------------------------------------+
(*) - These languages require their own fonts, since they are not
represented using a Latin character set, like the others. See the
"Special Fonts" section, below.
Setting Your Environment's Locale
Changing your locale will affect much of your environment.
As stated above, along with letting you choose the language at runtime
using command-line options ("--lang" and "--locale"), Tux Paint honors
the global locale setting in your environment.
If you haven't already set your environment's locale, the following
will briefly explain how:
Linux/Unix Users
First, be sure the locale you want to use is enabled by editing the
file "/etc/locale.gen" on your system and then running the program
"locale-gen" as root.
Note: Debian users may be able to simply run the command
"dpkg-reconfigure locales".
Then, before running Tux Paint, set your "$LANG" environment
variable to one of the locales listed above. (If you want all
programs that can be translated to be, you may wish to place the
following in your login script; e.g. ~/.profile, ~/.bashrc,
~/.cshrc, etc.)
For example, in a Bourne Shell (like BASH):
export LANG=es_ES@euro ; \
tuxpaint
And in a C Shell (like TCSH):
setenv LANG es_ES@euro ; \
tuxpaint
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Windows Users
Tux Paint will recognize the current locale and use the appropriate
files by default. So this section is only for people trying
different languages.
The simplest thing to do is to use the '--lang' switch in the
shortcut (see "INSTALL.txt"). However, by using an MSDOS Prompt
window, it is also possible to issue a command like this:
set LANG=es_ES@euro
...which will set the language for the lifetime of that DOS window.
For something more permanent, try editing your computer's
'autoexec.bat' file using Windows' "sysedit" tool:
Windows 95/98
1. Click on the 'Start' button, and select 'Run...'.
2. Type "sysedit" into the 'Open:' box (with or without quotes).
3. Click 'OK'.
4. Locate the AUTOEXEC.BAT window in the System Configuration
Editor.
5. Add the following at the bottom of the file:
set LANG=es_ES@euro
6. Close the System Configuration Editor, answering yes to save the
changes.
7. Restart your machine.
To affect the entire machine, and all applications, it is possible
to use the "Regional Settings" control panel:
1. Click on the 'Start' button, and select
'Settings | Control Panel'.
2. Double click on the "Regional Settings" globe.
3. Select a language/region from the drop down list.
4. Click 'OK'.
5. Restart your machine when prompted.
Special Fonts
Some languages require special fonts be installed. These font files
(which are in TrueType format (TTF)), are much too large to include
with the Tux Paint download, and are available separately. (See the
table above, under the "Choosing a Different Language" section.)
When running Tux Paint in a language that requires its own font,
Tux Paint will try to load the font file from its system-wide "fonts"
directory (under a "locale" subdirectory). The name of the file
corresponds to the first two letters in the 'locale' code of the
language (e.g., "ko" for Korean, "ja" for Japanese, "zh" for Chinese).
For example, under Linux or Unix, when Tux Paint is run in Korean
(e.g., with the option "--lang korean"), Tux Paint will attempt to
load the following font file:
/usr/share/tuxpaint/fonts/locale/ko.ttf
You can download fonts for supported languages from Tux Paint's
website, http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/tuxpaint/. (Look in the
'Fonts' section under 'Download.')
Under Unix and Linux, you can use the Makefile that comes with the
font to install the font in the appropriate location.
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