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Rectangle Selection - Specify Size


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Guys

I have just discovered Paint.NET and am absolutely delighted with it but I now have a question that I cannot seem to find a solution to.

I have a need to repeatedly 'copy' an area of a certain size (say X by Y) from a number of images.

I can set the size, by eye, using the rectangular selection tool and then simply move that to each area on the image I wish to copy - no problem.

But I want to do the same size from a number of different images (and will be doing this over a number of different sessions/days etc.) Can anyone point me in the right direction of if/how this can be done.

Thanks

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if i undestand you, you want to be able to specify a fixed size for a rectangle selection, correct?

not a hard thing at all.. once you select the rectangle selection tool,your toolbar just above the PDN window will have three choices. on the left will be TOOL , next will be SELECTION MODE , next up will be the word NORMAL. Click on the drop menu arrow next to the word NORMAL and choose FIXED SIZE. This will open additional options, for height, width, and the type of messurment you prefer

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But that's not really applicable to the OP's question, now is it? :P

 

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