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As an example, is there an easy way to crop away the o's in the Google logo using Gimp?

The result should then be "Ggle" with a smaller image width than the original because the o's are missing.

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marked as duplicate by DᴀʀᴛʜVᴀᴅᴇʀ, Scott, ckpepper02, Yisela Dec 20 '13 at 9:24

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  • The linked "duplicate" question does not answer this question. – Scott Jul 8 at 10:14
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It's easiest to copy the elements you want to keep to new layers, then align them and crop.

If you really want to try and do a 'reverse crop', I'd recommend using the Layer > Liquid Rescale feature. Add a Feature Discard Mask around the elements you wish to disappear, then rescale until they are gone.

  • +1 for suggesting the Liquid Rescale. But you forgot to mention it does not ship with GIMP and have to be installed separately (it is a 3rd party plug-in) – jsbueno Jan 21 '14 at 21:15

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