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3.3.7 The Shrink Function

It is sometimes useful to be able to shrink a selection a little. If a selection has been made with a tool like the Magic Wand or with the By Color selection function, it is possible that the resulting selection is a little too large. The Shrink function, found in the Image:Select menu, shrinks the boundary of the current selection by the amount specified in its dialog. The default unit is 1 pixel, but other values can be chosen.

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