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How are you able to cope with this Magic Wand? [SOLVED!]


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I'd select an area that has different colours and it will take up a bit of the colour that is different from the colour I wanted to delete. I tried the tolerance slider but sometimes it doesn't balance out. I'd lower the tolerance slider and Ctrl+LMB areas but sometimes the selection areas will invade the colour I do not wish them to.

 

Is there any competent plugins that does better job? 

 

EDIT: Sometimes I'd have to resort to using eraser to trace around and get rid of unnecessary areas.

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1 minute ago, toe_head2001 said:

 

Then why ...

 

It's a little improvement over the Magic Wand, either I am not using it right.

 

Hold on, is 3.5.11 still the plugin's latest update? I am using 4.0.12. I'm trying to trace a tank (painted with Olive Drab) that is surrounded by foliage and military equipment, so you understand.

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2 minutes ago, Metadteh901 said:

Hold on, is 3.5.11 still the plugin's latest update? I am using 4.0.12.

The plugin is available for both paint.net v3.5.x and v4.0.x.

 

You need to be using the latest version of paint.net; it's a rule here on the forum.

 

4 minutes ago, Metadteh901 said:

I'm trying to trace a tank (painted with Olive Drab) that is surrounded by foliage and military equipment, so you understand.

Maybe try TR's Alpha Cutter.

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