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Copy selection of GIF

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How do I copy a selection from a GIF and add that piece of the image to another GIF?
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Select it with your selection marquee, Edit>copy, go to the new GIF, convert it to RGB mode, Edit>paste.
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i hope u r only asking abt "still gifs" and not the animated ones
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