Sorry if this is a really dumb question, but I haven't been able to figure it out. I've run into a problem in Photoshop. I've got a shape made up of lines (created using the line tool) that I want to fill using the paint bucket tool. The problem is, the anti-aliasing on the lines makes it so that the paint bucket tool doesn't quite fill the inside with color. It leaves gaps at the edges. As far as I can tell, this is because as soon as it gets to the edges where the lines aren't really visible, but the somewhat transparent anti-aliasing pixels are, it stops. In Paint Shop Pro on the PC, there is an option to set the "match mode" for the paint bucket tool to color, opacity, etc. Setting that to opacity and then turning the tolerance up a little bit allows you to fill a shape made up of anti aliased lines with color with no gaps. I hope this makes sense. Is there a similar option in Photoshop? If not, how would I go about using the paint bucket tool to fill a shape with anti-aliased edges so that it fills up to the fully opaque "real" lines that make up the shape instead of stopping at the edge of the lower opacity "anti-alias-fringe" around the edges? I actually ended up using Paint Shop Pro in Virtual PC to do what I wanted to do, and that worked fine, but obviously I'd like to be able to do it in Photoshop next time. My brother always tells me that Paint Shop Pro is way faster, easier to use, and in some areas more powerful than Photoshop. Usually I try to argue with him about that, but in this case it seems he may be right.