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7.13.  Border

Revision History
Revision $Revision: 1.6 $ 2006-08-14 scb

Figure 10.43.  Example of creating a border from a selection

Example of creating a border from a selection

An image with a selection

Example of creating a border from a selection

After “Select Border

The Select Border command creates a new selection along the edge of an existing selection in the current image. The edge of the current selection is used as a form and the new selection is then created around it. You enter the width of the border, in pixels or some other unit, in the dialog window. Half of the new border lies inside of the selected area and half outside of it.

7.13.1.  Activating the Command

  • You can access this command from the image menubar through Select->Border.

7.13.2.  Description of the “Border” dialog window

Figure 10.44.  The “Border” dialog window

The Border dialog window
Border selection by

Enter the width of the border selection in the box. The default units are pixels, but you can also choose the units with the drop-down menu.


 
 
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