"Gerald Friedland" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>> and why you cannot do that by selecting the relevant parts
>> and filling this selection? I am having problems to see the problem
>> that you are trying to address here.
> True. As long as you have got an appropiate selection too, you could
> select the object, fill it, and you are done. A "natural" bucket fill
> would just be a short cut to this process.

Do we really need the overhead in code and complexity to achieve
something that can be easily done in two steps? I think that using the
selection tools followed by a fill is the natural way to achieve the
desired effect and it is also a lot more flexible than a dedicated

If someone wants to put effort into a specialised tool, maybe it could
be a red-eye-removal tool because that is really an often requested
feature and it is not easily achievable using a combination of the
existing tools.

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