On 8/22/06, Olivier Ripoll <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Try increasing the threshold. The tool will select the region according
to the colour of the clicked pixel + the ones that are close (in terms
of colour). Antialiased pixels in your case (black on white) are grey,
and the tool will only select the dark grey ones if your threshold is
too low. It will look like antialiasing is gone.
You can also change the threshold by dragging the tool while selecting.


Yes, but in my case, the shape is not antialiased, it's plain black. I
wan't to select it, and copy it down (antialiased) on another
background. I thought the use of the fuzzy tool was the way out, since
I don't get how to install (compile) the antialias tool available on
the internet.

But I agree that it looks like there is a bug there. The antialias
option does not have any effect (I have the same effect with or without it).

Okay, then it's not just me ;), I wil try to report this bug via gimp.org.

Thank you.

Grzegorz

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