Discussion in 'General GIMP help' started by Anonymous, Nov 2, 2009.
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If you know the steps it's pretty easy to make only one rounded corner. I'm guessing you are making a rounded rectangle selection, inverting it and hitting delete. Instead of hitting delete just use the eraser tool to erase the square corners to don't want.
like this? : (top right)
how would you crop the image though, that it has round corners. cuz the cropping tool only allows it on all corners, but then there is still a wide left over space where the eraser tool was used? just curious!
David, thanks for your answer, but I do not quite understand what you are saying. First, I do not know the steps on making ONLY a rounded corner... it would be very helpful to know those steps... I think my problems could be solved that way. Second, I'm just doing the entire corners of the rectangle pictures (it is a picture, so I do not want to cut it in to two different pieces and then put it together)... the problem with doing all the corners is that I end up with FOUR rounded corners, where I just want two of them on the left side! I'm not inverting it nor deleting it nor anything like that. Any ideas/help would be appreciated. Thanks.
make your selection with 4 round corners. then invert the selection. then use the eraser tool to erase the left corners. hope i helped!
Yes.... either one corner or two. How did you do this one corner? If I learn to do just one corner I should be able to do two individually.
VIrtual, thanks for the response, but I still do not understand the whole process for the inversion. I mean, once I create the 4 rounded corners, that's it... what is there to delete, even if I invert it the image?? BTW, how do you invert? Sorry for asking, but I'm a noob on this.
or command+I ;D
Why don't u upload the pic send it to me. If you specifically say what you want i can do it for you.
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