On Monday 11 July 2005 20:30, Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris wrote:
> You have to further trim down your selection, by using the selection
> by color and clicking on the desired color.
> In order for the new selection to be within the original selection,
> you have to use the "select by color" tool in the "intersection mode"
> - click on the fourth mode icon, at the top of the tool options
> dialog, afeter picking the "select by color" tool - check the tool
> tip to see if it is intersect selection.
he can also increase or decrease the selected areas by moving the
threshold slider and choosing anti-aliasing or feathering depending on
the effect he wants to achieve.
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