how to erase translucent pixels?

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how to erase translucent pixels?

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How do you erase those translucent pixels that appear when you use the brush? I need to erase them to be able to paint the drawing.
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With which software?
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Post by scott »

You can select them with the magic tool if you check the "select transparent areas" box and up the threshold.

A square/circle tool should select them as-is

Otherwise the erase tool should work alright with nothing in a selection as long as you have the right layer selected.
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I'm using photoshop 7.0, but there is no "select transparent areas" box. I think there was a way of doing it with color substituition, but I can't remember.
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Post by King Arthur »

Never mind, I found out, it's on selection>color range.
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