Polygonal Select Area Command - SmartSketch - Help

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Engineering and Schematics
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SmartSketch
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Help
Version_SPEM_custom
9.0.0
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9.0(2015)

 Creates a select area in a raster image by drawing a polygon around pixels that you define.

A select area is a user-defined area of individual pixels or groups of pixels within an image. You can create a select area for editing purposes.

Following the first point, click the points to define the polygon. Points are placed when you release the mouse button. To remove a point or back up, press the Backspace key. Right-click to end the polygon. The solid select area outline then becomes a dotted outline.

As you create a select area with the Polygonal Select Area command, you can use the following modifier keys to change the behavior of your selection:

Keyboard Modifier

Result

Alt

Adds a new area to an existing select area (union).

Space Bar

Subtracts the overlapping area from the existing select area (difference).

Space Bar + Alt

Designates the overlapping area as the new select area (intersection).

The Shift key is not a valid modifier for the Polygonal Select Area command.

To use this functionality, you must install the Image Integrator option.

See Also

Rectangular Select Area Command