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In GIMP, how to completely disable anti-aliasing/interpolation while scaling a selection?


Question

I'm trying to design something in GIMP that must have no anti-aliasing/interpolation at all. When I scale up, I want sharp edges with no blur.

I can disable anti-aliasing/interpolation while scaling up the entire image, but there is no corresponding way to turn it off while scaling up just a selection.

I want to scale up a selection so that the edges have no blur, no transparency, and no anti-aliasing or interpolation of any kind.

2015/12/14
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12/14/2015 8:29:00 PM

Accepted Answer

To be able to rotate, deform or scale a floating selection with the corresponding tools we have to set Interpolation to None in the Tool Options to avoid anti-aliasing.

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Then a selection will be transformed with sharp edges but with aliasing, of course:

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2015/12/14
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12/14/2015 7:55:00 PM