On Wed, 2013-10-16 at 17:19 +0200, Lork wrote:
> Hi,
> An image I imported contains an area with quite a few different, yet very
> similar colors (different shades of the same red). I want to change the 
> complete
> area to one single red tone. What's the most appropriate approach to this?
> Especially without loosing the antialiasing at the edges that surround the 
> area.

I'd probably use select by colour, or the magic stick select tool with a
suitable threshhold (play with the mode in tool options, Hue might work
best), and then feather selection and flood fill


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