Instead of stroke selection...you might try converting the selection to a path
and stroking that. The result will be smoother.
--- On Tue, 6/30/09, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Is it really that complicated to make a circle?
> To: "Jaime Seuma" <jaims.se...@gmail.com>
> Cc: "gimp-user." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 7:53 AM
> 2009/6/30 Jaime Seuma <jaims.se...@gmail.com>:
> > Dotan Cohen wrote:
> >> Please take a look at this guide for making a
> circle in the Gimp:
> >> http://www.ghacks.net/2009/06/29/linux-tips-create-an-unfilled-circle-in-the-gimp/
> >> 7 steps? Really?
> > There are not really so much steps involved.
> > Step 1. Create an empty image. This is not really an
> step, at least if
> > you are already working in an image
> > Step 2. Select the color for the image. Obviously;
> doesn't matter
> > whether you are using The Gimp or other app.
> > Step 3. Create a ellipse selection as a circle.
> > Step 4. Fill in this circle. Instead of doing this,
> you want to do
> > 'edit/stroke selection', specifying (number of pixels)
> the thickness.
> > Step 5. Select none (ctrl+shift+'a')
> > Hope it helps.
> > Jaime
> So it is just three steps really, steps 3-5 in your list. I
> that is reasonable.
> Is there any way to see the thickness of the circle when
> For instance, in Kolourpaint (I use KDE) the user selects
> the Elipse
> tool, and when he drags the tool he sees exactly what the
> result will
> be. Can this be done in Gimp?
> Dotan Cohen
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