Howto: Change the Gramps settings via Gnome

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How to change your GRAMPS setting via GNOME

If you use the GNOME desktop and you run

  sudo gconf-editor

in a terminal and give your root password, you will get a list of all your GNOME settings. If you look in apps you will find gramps.

The list has following sub-items:

  • behavior
  • interface
  • paths
  • preferences
  • researcher

For easy reference you can bookmark the gramps position so you do not need to scroll down the complete list.