* rhimbo <for...@gimpusers.com> [08-19-13 18:47]:
> I'm trying to rotate an image.  Actually, I figured out how to rotate
> it.  But I can't figure out how to fill in the "empty" triangular areas
> that represent the area between the edges of the original image and the
> horizontal and vertical edges of the canvas.  I would like to fill these
> spaces so it is not obvious that the image was rotated.  How can I do
> this?

I would crop the image, see:

When I rotate, I crop to the shortest corners.  Unless you are rotating a
large degree, you loose very little image.  Your image was only rotated a
couple of degrees and looses very little.

gud luk,  
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