On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 12:14 PM, Gene Heskett <gene.hesk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This, most simple of a photo manipulation has been hidden behind portable menu
> mumbo jumbo for a decade now, is it not possible to fix it for almost main
> menu access, just by drawing a box around what you want, invert the selection
> and anything outside the box is gone forever,
I do this all the time, I just make my selection with rectangle select
and then use Image->Crop to selection.
It's possible to do it even quicker with the dedicated Crop tool.
or at least till its undone.
> Thanks guys, but please fix this most simple of photo editing function there
> You can see my problem at
I can see your problem is that you are behaving in an arrogant and
This also leads me to doubt whether you have done a reasonable amount
of research on this problem, especially as the first hit for Google
search "GIMP crop image to selection" includes instructions for
cropping using the Crop tool.
In case it wasn't clear to you..
'Erasing part of the image'
does not in any way equate to 'reducing the area of the image'.
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