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Selection contains semitransparent pixels in it.
WTF I'M DOING WRONG?
-go channels
-pick the one which has most contrast between the thing I'm about to select and background
-ctrl+l and move sliders till get b\w image
-copy area to new layer
-everywhere semitransparent areas.
Is this method of quick selecting is broken or I am using it in wrong way?
P.S. I'm trying to cut out part of screencap in png.
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non-transparent pixels in the original are being kept as transparent pixels in the new layer, right?
that means photoshop is doing a "fuzzy selection". turn off any setting that has to do with "fuzzy", "feathering", or "aliasing".
(I don't use photoshop, so I'm not sure what you mean by black/white slider but I hope this helps)



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