Sélection par la couleur¶
This tool, represented by a dropper over an area with a dashed border, allows you to make Sélections by selecting a point of color. It will select any areas of a similar color to the one you selected. You can adjust the "fuzziness" of the tool in the tool options dock. A lower number will select colors closer to the color that you chose in the first place.
Most of the behavior of the Similar Color Selection Tool is common to all other selection tools, please make sure to read Sélections to learn more about this tool.
Hotkeys and Sticky keys¶
R sets the selection to 'replace' in the tool options, this is the default mode.
A sets the selection to 'add' in the tool options.
S sets the selection to 'subtract' in the tool options.
Shift + sets the subsequent selection to 'add'. You can release the Shift key while dragging, but it will still be set to 'add'. Same for the others.
Alt + sets the subsequent selection to 'subtract'.
Ctrl + sets the subsequent selection to 'replace'.
Shift + Alt + sets the subsequent selection to 'intersect'.
Nouveau dans la version 4.2:
Hovering your cursor over the dashed line of the selection, or marching ants as it is commonly called, turns the cursor into the move tool icon, which you and drag to move the selection.
will open up a selection quick menu with amongst others the ability to edit the selection.
You can switch the behavior of the Alt key to use Ctrl instead by toggling the switch in Tool Settings in the General Settings
This tool is not bound to any Hotkey, if you want to define one, go to Shortcut Settings for more info.and search for 'Similar Color Selection Tool', there you can select the shortcut you want. Check
This option is explained in the Pixel and Vector Selection Types section.
This toggles whether or not to give selections feathered edges. Some people prefer hard-jagged edges for their selections.
Anti-aliasing is only available on Pixel Selection Mode.
- Imprécision :
This controls the range of the color hue used to create the selection. A lower number will select colors closer to the color that you chose in the first place. And a higher number will expand the hue range and select colors even if they are not so similar to the original color.