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Quiz about GIMP  The Other Image Editing Software
Quiz about GIMP  The Other Image Editing Software

GIMP - The Other Image Editing Software Quiz


This quiz was designed so that people who use GIMP quite a bit will know exactly what I'm asking but simple enough that those who are new to the program shouldn't struggle.

A multiple-choice quiz by Oblivious16037. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
328,710
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
Plays
306
Last 3 plays: workisboring (5/10), kstyle53 (10/10), james1947 (9/10).
Question 1 of 10
1. GIMP is an acronym, or a word that is formed by the first letters from several words that make up a phrase. What does GIMP stand for? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Fill in the blanks:
When working in GIMP, your image will be divided up into ______ to make it easier to edit your image. These ______ will allow you to change the color, delete, or add effects to specific parts of your image without affecting the other parts.
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. When working in GIMP, you may want to add a color gradient to your background. This makes a cool effect where you start with one color on one side and ends with a different color on the opposite side with a smooth transition in between. To apply such an effect, what tool would you use? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. If you wanted to draw a hard, straight edge line in GIMP, what tool would you use? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. If you wanted to select a connected area of a picture based on color, what tool would you use? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. According to its description, what is a layer mask for? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. What are the default foreground/background colors when you open a blank file in GIMP? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. One on the most useful tools in GIMP is the undo command. It undoes the last thing you did. This way, if you made a mistake or something didn't turn out right, you can get your image back to its original form. What is the keyboard shortcut for this very useful command? (It's the same in MS Word) Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. When editing pictures in GIMP, you may find that you need to zoom in or out to make your progress easier. The zoom tool can be found in the toolbox. What picture represents the zoom tool? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. What is the official name for the dog-like mascot of GIMP? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. GIMP is an acronym, or a word that is formed by the first letters from several words that make up a phrase. What does GIMP stand for?

Answer: GNU Image Manipulation Program

GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program.
2. Fill in the blanks: When working in GIMP, your image will be divided up into ______ to make it easier to edit your image. These ______ will allow you to change the color, delete, or add effects to specific parts of your image without affecting the other parts.

Answer: Layers

GIMP will divide your image into layers to make it easier to edit and apply effects to specific portions of your picture.
3. When working in GIMP, you may want to add a color gradient to your background. This makes a cool effect where you start with one color on one side and ends with a different color on the opposite side with a smooth transition in between. To apply such an effect, what tool would you use?

Answer: Blend Tool

In order to create a color gradient, you must use the blend tool. The other three options do not exist in GIMP. It looks like a square box that has a black to white gradient in it in the tool box.
4. If you wanted to draw a hard, straight edge line in GIMP, what tool would you use?

Answer: Pencil Tool

In order to draw a hard, straight edge line in GIMP, you must use the pencil tool. The other three options do not exist in GIMP. It looks like a pencil in the tool box.
5. If you wanted to select a connected area of a picture based on color, what tool would you use?

Answer: Fuzzy Select Tool

If you want to select a connected area on the basis of color you must use the fuzzy select tool. It looks like a magic wand in the toolbox. The other three option do not exist in GIMP.
6. According to its description, what is a layer mask for?

Answer: Add a mask that allows non-destructive editing of a transparency

If you hover the mouse over the "add layer mask" option after right clicking on a layer, it reads "Add a mask that allows non-destructive editing of a transparency."
7. What are the default foreground/background colors when you open a blank file in GIMP?

Answer: Black Foreground & White Background

The default colors for the foreground/background are black and white respectively. You can change them to what you want simply by clicking on one of the overlapping boxes under the tools in the tool box and selecting your desired color from the pop-up box.
8. One on the most useful tools in GIMP is the undo command. It undoes the last thing you did. This way, if you made a mistake or something didn't turn out right, you can get your image back to its original form. What is the keyboard shortcut for this very useful command? (It's the same in MS Word)

Answer: Ctrl + Z

Ctrl + Z is undo; same as in MS Word.
Ctrl + Y is redo; same as in MS Word.
Ctrl + X is cut; same as in MS Word.
Ctrl + U is nothing, it doesn't do a thing in GIMP; in MS Word in underlines text.
9. When editing pictures in GIMP, you may find that you need to zoom in or out to make your progress easier. The zoom tool can be found in the toolbox. What picture represents the zoom tool?

Answer: Magnifying Glass

By clicking on the magnifying glass in the toolbox, you can zoom in or out depending on your specific needs at that time.
10. What is the official name for the dog-like mascot of GIMP?

Answer: Wilber

Peter and Spencer are the first names of the men who were the creators of GIMP. Tuomas is the first name of the man who created Wilber. Wilber has been GIMP's mascot since 1997.
Source: Author Oblivious16037

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