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6.16.  Stroke Selection

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Revision $Revision: 1.24 $ 2006-07-27 sally

The Stroke Selection command strokes a selection in the image. There are two ways you can stroke the selection, either by using a paint tool or without using one. This means that the selection border, which is emphasized in the image with a dotted line, can be drawn with a stroke. There are various options which you can use to specify how this stroke should look.

[Note] Note

This command is only active if the image has an active selection.

6.16.1.  Activating the Command

  • You can access this command from the image menubar through Edit->Stroke Selection.

  • You can also access it through the Selection Editor.

6.16.2.  The “Stroke Selection” dialog

[Note] Note

The options for stroking selections and for stroking paths are the same. You can find the documentation about the options in the dialog box in the Stroke Path section.


 
 
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