I've just downloaded gimp. Inside the interface I find two gimp logos - same as in gimp application icon - one in the interface and second one in the toolbox. Its kind of annoying and I want to remove it. So is there's any way to remove it?

  • That's. Wilbur (the Wolf), not 'a doggy image'. I don't.think you can, justignoreit. You may be to remove it with an installable theme. – Wilf Jan 31 '14 at 14:04
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    @wilf You mean that is a wolf? I always thought it was like a mouse or something.. – Seth Feb 4 '14 at 2:40

You can remove the gimp logo from the toolbox by adding this line to the gimprc file in ~/.gimp2.8

(toolbox-wilber no)

You should be able to add it using this command

echo "(toolbox-wilber no)" >> ~/.gimp-2.8/gimprc

or this (which seems to work...), if you are using a version other than 2.8:

echo "(toolbox-wilber no)" >> ~/.gimp*/gimprc

You can remove this by running:

sed -i "/toolbox-wilb/d" ~/.gimp-2.8/gimprc

There seems to be no way to remove the main central logo.

for other options you can search the rc files located at /etc/gimp/2.0 with

grep -rni "SEARCHTERM" -C 3 /etc/gimp/2.0

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