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Cutting a selection forces left over area to antialias around edges
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I've got a picture of a person who I want to cut and paste into a new layer so I can put text behind them slightly. However, when I draw the selection out and proceed to cut it, it IMMEDIATELY fades out all the edges of the portion left over from the cut. Now, if I paste my selection into a new layer, instead of it seemlessly fitting into the old spot perfectly, there's a gross white border around the cut making it unbelievably obvious that I cut that selection. Is there not some sort of option to turn this off during cutting?

 HELP!

(06-07-2018, 02:56 PM)thesanealien Wrote: I've got a picture of a person who I want to cut and paste into a new layer so I can put text behind them slightly. However, when I draw the selection out and proceed to cut it, it IMMEDIATELY fades out all the edges of the portion left over from the cut. Now, if I paste my selection into a new layer, instead of it seemlessly fitting into the old spot perfectly, there's a gross white border around the cut making it unbelievably obvious that I cut that selection. Is there not some sort of option to turn this off during cutting?

 HELP!


EDIT: Figured out the problem. This setting is on the selection tool itself under antialising. Was searching for a setting on the "cut" command the whole time. I'm an idiot!
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