On Tuesday, March 28, 2006 10:25 AM [GMT+1=CET],
cheap_sunglasses <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
hi, i'm editing a scanned picture, and was wondering if anyone could
tell me how to replace all colors, except black, with white....i
traced over the lines on the original with my mouse, but the original
scan pixels are still there. any advice would be very much
Use the "Select regions by color tool" and click on one of the black areas.
You may need to adjust the threshold setting. Then Select|Invert. Then use
the Fill tool (the bucket) - selecting "BG color fill" so it will fill with
white, so long as your foreground and background colours are the default
black and white - by clicking the image. You should now have only black and
white areas. Of course, this means *everything* that is not black will be
wiped out and replaced with white.
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