On 03/27/2013 05:10 PM, 3052192 wrote:
In the Tool options dialog, in the "Affected area" section, check if it
is "Fill whole selection" (likely not what you want, unless you have a
selection) or "Fill similar colors".
OS Win 7 64 bit / RAM 16 GB
I think I make mistakes in using the bucket-fill - option of GIMP.
I want to use it for colouring (don't grin - by different shades of
to make in black-and-white maps details like lakes or defined areas
I tried it as follows:
I choose the layer where to use the fill in, choose the colour and
click to the area,
but the whole layer is coloured. I searched for help via the GIMP
website, but I
was not successful following the advices.
So at the moment I use the fill-in-option of Photoshop 6, but that's
complicated: Export from GIMP to tiff, import to Photoshop, fill-in,
tiff, re-import to GIMP as a new layer.
My file is about 1,3 GB (!) with 57 layers and Photoshop 6 is not able
with any file as big.
I appreciate yor help!
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