Matt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I have a GIF that is 780 pixels wide and I would like to cut 30 pixels
> out of the middle to reduce it to 750 wide. What would be the best
> way to do that?
Use the rect-select tool to select the right half, pick the selection
and move it to the left by 30 pixels, then anchor it. Crop the image
when you are done. Autocrop should do a good job here.
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