Mike Jay

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  1. This, and I suspected something like. Thanks for suggesting simple test. I did download the file, but apparently this free file did not download as 32 bit w/transparent bg. Off to play with the magic wand....
  2. Tried beta version. Problem remains.
  3. Newbie with this sort of problem again. I have a pic that I want to superimpose on a target. The pic is a png obtained on the web, described as having a transparent background. The target is a jpg obtained on the web. I resaved the target as a png, if that matters.... I open the target in paint.net. I open the pic in another paint.net window. It shows a checkerboard background. I select all and copy it. I paste it in the target windows, on a new layer. It shows up with an apparently opaque checkerboard background. What do I need to do to have the 'transparent' background be transparent, so I can see the target image except where the non-background image of the pic covers it, as I want?