On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 09:56:08AM +0200, Javier Hernandez wrote:
>The question: Have gimp some special feature so that if I am able to identify the
>pixel line (supposing it is always at the same position) I could apply a script to
>correct the pixel line ?

Well, if it's _always_ in the same position, could I recommend creating
a selection based on that pixel information, rotating the image,
selecting a small selection around it and doing "deinterlace"?  Should
be quite easy to script with Gimp-Perl, given that it's exactly in the
same spot.

If it isn't, and it's always the same color, you could always try
"Select by color" to identify it and then do about the same thing.

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