Techineer Posted August 10, 2022 Share Posted August 10, 2022 Is there a plugin that can identify a single pixel that is different from all of the surrounding same color pixels and remove it or change its color? I frequently work with BW or grayscale scans of varying (often poor) quality that contain many 'speckles' like the snippet that I have attached. I would like to be able to remove those that are a single pixel surrounded by white pixels. When found, the plugin should replace the pixel with the surrounding color. I have seen reference to other plugins that do something similar, but not quite the same. I would envision clicking the pixel to select the primary color, set tolerance, (set radius?) right-click the surrounding pixels to set the secondary color, (or transparent), and execute. This is how I first thought the menu item Effects/Noise/Reduce noise should work, but it apparently doesn't, as I can't see any change when I try to use it on the drawing. I used to have a fax viewer that had this function, and it worked very well. Unfortunately, it was written for XP, and won't work in Win10. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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