I would suggest putting your circle on a separte transparent later,
then filling it with black.
Then right-click on layer, alpha-to-selection, then shrink by one,
then create anew transparent layer, then put the gradient on that
layer, which will be the inner part of the circle.
On 5/21/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > How do I get a selection of the entire inside of an outline of a
> > circle? For example, I have a transparent background, and I draw a
> > circle in black (it looks like this " O ", minus the quotes). I use
> > the "Select Region By Color" and click on the black outline of the
> > circle. If I click Select -> Invert, I get the outside of the circle,
> > as well as the inside. My ultimate goal is to put a gradient inside
> > the circle, but I have to get inside first :-)
> > Thank you.
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