Crop to Selection is located in the Image menu by the way.
>You can crop an image without copy/paste anything, just right-click on
>your selection and choose "Crop to Selection" and voila.
>Nathan L. wrote:
>> What tutorial are you using to crop your image? Can you give me a link or
>> to it? Here is the method that I use to crop an image (by crop I assume
>> mean remove parts of the image and resize/reshape the image to the part
>> you kept.)
>> 1. Click on the selection tool of your choice.
>> 2. Select an area on your image that you would like to crop the image
>> 3. Copy the part of the image you are keeping by pressing Ctrl+C or using
>> Edit menu (then click on Copy)
>> 4. Right click on the image and go to the Edit menu again, then click on
>> Paste as > New Image
>> Now you will have the cropped image in a new frame and you can save it. I
>> don't think that I've ever used any cropping tools or scripts in the GIMP,
>> I don't really know about them. In my mind though, the ideal should be:
>> things the simplest way that you can possibly think of".
>> Hope that helps, and if you could tell me more about the tutorial you are
>> using, then I might be able to help more.
>>> I am following the help instructions to crop an image, i do everything
>>> until it says, a little crop and resize information dialog box pops up,
>>> telling you information about the borders that where defined, but i do
>>> this when i have croped the image
>>> When i do press the help button, and go to "crop an image" i do not get
>>> box coming up , as it shows you on the help page.
>>> I am a complete beginner and probably doing something wrong
>>> can anyone help
>>> windows xp, gimp 2.6.0
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