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i made a selecion flood brush and selection brush trools  of umbrellas outside a cafe [photo] and saturated them but red affected other areas outside the selection. tried the same in phshelements - no probs, the saturation stayed within selection, win10 and afjp 1.7.2 

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Unless you share the image with us, at least in screenshot form, but even better a video of what happened, I doubt there's much we're going to be able to say.


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40 minutes ago, djh said:

but red affected other areas outside the selection

If you make a selection with a soft brush, the edges of the selection are going to be feathered. A ‘marching ants’ selection outline only shows regions which are at least 50% selected, so areas which are less selected than that won’t be shown as selected but they’ll still be affected by recolouring.


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tks for that alfred. i had come to similar conclusion ie that area was partially selected by not id;d by ants. something to do with tolerance? i deselected faulty areas with lasso to fix prob

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