Um Do a select>by colour and then use an eraser to get rid of those parts you want to be transparent or use a brush to paint in the colour you want. Select by colour also comes with a fruzziness threshold, increasing this level may get the effect you want too. Additionally you may want to feather your selection by say 1 or 2 if the selection has smooth curves. > >From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >Date: Sat, 4 Dec 1999 23:05:03 -0800 (PST) >To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >Subject: Color replacement (tool)? > >Hi, > >In Corel Draw there is a thing called a color replacement tool. >It allows you to select a color in an image you are working on >and then select another color that you want to replace the >first one with. Then you take this tool and wipe it over areas >of your work where the color you want to replace is. The color >gets replaced without affecting any of the other colors. How >do we do this with Gimp? > >What I need this for is when I make a little graphic for a >web page and cut out thhe background so that the background >is transparent, often off colored pixels are left on the >edges of the graphic and show up when the graphic is placed >on a web page making the graphic look bad. So if I can replace >these pixel's color I can clean up the edges of the graphic. > >Any tips on accomplishing any of this would be appreciated. > >Thanks, > >--Paul T. > > >-- >"Louis Pasteur's theory of germs is ridiculous fiction." >Pierre Pachet, Professor of Physiology at Toulouse, 1872. > > Have you got Xtram@il? Go to http://www.xtramail.co.nz Get More, Get Xtra.