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Topic: smoothing edges of selectin in photoshop10
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 85882
From: cancane1
Date: 4/10/2003 06:30 AM

HI,
I am trying both feathering and antialiasing for an image i opened in photoshop10. I used the magic wand and highlighted edges of image. I checked anti-aliased, use all layers and have tolerence of 10 nothing happened. I saved it with area highlighted but still edges are really jagged.
I then tried to slect then feather with a radius of 4 with the area highlighted or selected by the wand. once again i just saved it and edges still jagged.
Am I supposed to do something besided wand, then feather or anti-aliased then save??
Please, need help. If you know of another way I would appreciate that also.
thanks

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