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3.3.15 Stroke

The Stroke function is found in the Image:Edit menu. This command paints a selection edge's outline with the active foreground color using the active brush. Figure  3.20(a)

  
Figure 3.20: The Effect of Stroke
Figure 3.20

illustrates an image with a selection, and Figure  3.20(c) shows the effect of applying Stroke to it using black as the foreground color. As indicated in Figure  3.20(b), a soft round brush was used to stroke the selection.




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