See region selection.
Outline of dots created by image editing program to show area selected for manipulation, masking or cropping.
A tool that draws a broken line outline around an object when the object has been selected.
A dashed or dotted box outline surrounding an object or objects. In some programs a marquee blinks.
a frame that you draw around a portion of a previewed image to select it
a moving, dotted line in the shape of your selection
a moving dotted line that appears on the edges of your preview images to indicate the scan area
In many programs you can select items by drawing a marquee or box around them. This is usually done by dragging the mouse over the items to be selected.
A moveable and adjustable frame that marks the area of an image that will be previewed or scanned.
In computer graphics, the process of using a mouse-driven cursor to draw a rectangle around an on-screen object, therefore selecting it for further work. Also called highlighting in some software.
In the computer world, a rectangular frame drawn by the mouse around something being Selected.
interface: A selection area indicated by a rectangle of dashed lines that move around the boundary, featured in the Finder and lots of graphics programs. The result looks kind of like marching ants, or like the chaser lights on a theatre marquee. Hence the name.
A frame displayed by a dashed line that identifies a selected portion of an image. Depending on the tool you use, you can resize or move a marquee with or without changing the underlying image.