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How To Avoid Antialias Edges When Cutting and Pasting?
When you finish a larger image and want to select one area as a new image, you can use the Selection tool
to cut and paste that area into a new image. But the new image will show very thin antialias edges.
To avoid the antialias edges, you need to uncheck the "Antialias" checkbox and set feather=0
on the selection tool option Palette.
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