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You didn't say that it kept using 100% CPU usage after it was finished, so I assumed you meant that it was only doing that while the magic wand was doing its computations. Anyway, rendering the selection outline requires active CPU usage, and the magic wand has a tendency to produce complicated selection outlines.

What type of system do you have? (CPU type, CPU speed, amount of RAM, version of Windows)

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Ok so it's not the fault of having an egregiously out of date system (like a 400mhz Pentium II) or barely any memory (say 128mb).

Anyway I'll see what I can do about limiting the CPU usage when rendering the selection outline.

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An alpha version is more a preview of a program, has bugs and not all features are implementet or implementet features will remove from the final version.

A beta is relativ a finished version. It is tested by other people to find bugs and fix them.

This are the diffrents )im my opinion :-)

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