this question belongs to the GIMP users mailing list, not to the SANE
But here some hints:
The squared grey region is the background, because the cut out area is
If you are using multiple layers, you can add a white background layer.
If you are not using multiple layers, do a "combine layers" after
cutting out the selection.
> Hi everybody
> Sorry, I know that there are more pressing issues but please, a gimp question.
> When I scan an image and use the magic wand to cut out areas (we make
> catalogues etc) the cut out area appears as squared grey and dark grey. We want
> a white cut. Is there any way we can get this?
> Thanks and happy xmas/hanuka to everyone.
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