Original message below.  I see a good feature recommendation here.  Sliders
for fuzzy selection in the select Tool Options dialogs.  I think it would
be useful.


On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 2:34 PM, SirCrow <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:

> Hello.  I've tried using GIMP many times, yet I've accomplished very
> little,
> given all of GIMP's functionality.  For example:
>
> If I want to select part of an image and copy it to another area or to a
> new
> image/layer, and also FEATHER the edges, here's how I'd do it in an old
> graphics
> app I often used years ago:
>
> 1. Select the area.
> 2. Hold Ctrl while moving selection with Move tool.
> 3. Use the slider to soften the edges to my liking.
> 4. Press Enter to anchor selection.  Done.
>
> And there were sliders also for opacity and other things.  So very SIMPLE
> because the prog. was designed very intuitively.  How would I accomplish
> the
> same in GIMP?  Well, most of the time, I WOULD ACCOMPLISH NOTHING!  At
> best, I'd
> enter values into the box, not like the result, enter new values, repeat.
>  And
> that's on a good day.
>
> PLEASE, I beg you, somebody write a SCRIPT/PLUGIN that allows the use of
> sliders
> exactly as described above!  I desperately want to be a HAPPY GIMP user,
> but I'm
> growing ever more hopeless.  I don't want to turn on my older PC just to
> use a
> graphics app that actually lets me get things done.  Thank you.
>
> Joe
>
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