On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 3:45 PM, Patrick Horgan <phorg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Greg Chapman wrote:
>> On 11 Feb 09 23:42 "Jozef Legény" <aku...@gmail.com> said:
>>>> Is there a way to make the color I fill those areas in with change
>>>> in relation to the colors it's replacing?  For example, if I
>>>> select a range of greenish colors, is there a way I can replace it
>>>> with a range of blueish colors instead of just one particular
>>>> blue?
> While fill doesn't work,
It does work.

>  you can easily do what you want by selecting a
> big brush, setting the mode to hue, and brushing across the selection.
> Hue leaves the saturation (how much color) and value (where on the
> black-gray-white scale), alone, and just changes the hue (what color).
> If you get a big enough brush you can do it in one click.<grin;>
What you just did, is fill.

If you want to fill, use the fill tool. Set the mode to hue of course,
and shift-click on the desired area ( or just select the option 'fill
entire selection' and click normally)

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