To show all tools in GIMP, open the Preference menu by navigating to Edit, and then Preferences. Look for “Toolbox“, which is listed beneath the “Interface” category, then deselect the box that reads “use tool groups.”
How do I get my tools back in GIMP?
Fortunately, it’s easy to bring the Toolbox back by pressing the shortcut Ctrl + B. You can also go to the Windows menu in the GIMP menubar again and choose Toolbox.
How do I enable tools in GIMP?
To bring up just the Tool Options, on the other hand, you would go to Windows>Dockable Dialogues>Tool Options. This will usually open your Tool Options as a new tab in the Layers, Channels, Paths, Undo History section (the 4th main area described earlier – pointed out with the red arrow in the image above).
How do I unhide tools in GIMP?
Regardless, if you find your GIMP Toolbox is missing, you can open it back up by going to Windows>Recently Closed Docks>Toolbox – Tool Options, Devices, Images (as shown in the image above). No matter what window mode your GIMP is in, the Toolbox will then open up as a separate Window.
How do I add a Toolbox to GIMP?
Use Edit → Preferences → Toolbox to enable, or disable the extra items. Tool options: Docked below the main Toolbox is a Tool Options dialog, showing options for the currently selected tool (in this case, the Move tool). Image windows: Each image open in GIMP is displayed in a separate window.
How do I show the toolbar in GIMP?
Open the “Windows” menu, and then select “Dockable Dialogs” to see all of the panes, toolbars and dialog boxes that make up the GIMP interface.