Hi folks,

I have this idea for a more usefull selection tool: a gradient selection tool.
I even have an idea about the algorithm:

0) a seed pixel is selected
1) do a feather selection (magic wand)
   | RGB(pixel)-RGB(seed) | < treshold
2) calculate a (linear) gradient that fits the selected pixels the best
3) now do a new selection
   | RGB(pixel)-RGB(gradient(pixel)) | < treshold

I've looked at the sources the feather select tool, but I do not
see an easy way to implement this myself... any seasoned gimpers
that could implement this quickly?

of course, typical variations could be RGB-> R or G or B or H or S or V ...

-- lode



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