"Branko Collin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On February 27, Petr Koloros asked in the Usenet news group
> : I'm using the last debian version of gimp. Circle
> : selection works fine with antialiasing - when I make
> : a selection and move it, the borders of selected
> : area are antialiased. When I repeat the same process
> : with "magic wand" (fuzzy selection), the borders are
> : always sharp - not antialiased (doesn't respect antialiasing
> : choise of fuzzy selection tool).
> : Any ideas?
> I thought I'd check this out, but I am not sure what the anti-alias
> function is supposed to do in the Magic Wand tool. Could somebody
> fill me in? Thanks,
that's very ease to try. Just take some photo, select an area with
the fuzzy-select tool, hit Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V and make the new floating
selection a new layer (probably moving it away a bit). Then repeat
that with Antialiasing turned off. Now fill your image with black
so you get a homogenous background to view the differences in the
two layers you have just created.
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