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  1. You're right, my bad. I was mainly thinking about the transparent pixels in the selection and how they "errase" the content of your current layer which is annoying and there is no option to discard them "easilly", especially with a gradient to transparent.
  2. Hi, The transparent selection feature is quite useful in MS-Paint and is the only reason I use that program at work to assemble quick mockups of designs for presentations. What would take hours on photoshop and gimp ( taking time to de construct everything into it's own piece with transparency on it's own layer/folder, which is great for large projects) takes mere minutes when using MS-Paint and paint.net, especially when working in agile. The main issue here is that by default when you're working on a layer in Paint.net and make a selection, it grabs the entire image's
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