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Sorry I don't know how to move my thread(http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/108355-two-zero-alpha-aeras-are-treated-separately/), so I post it again:

 

paint.net 4.0.9

 

When using Magic Wand with a low tolerance (2%, for example) in a transparent white area, the adjacent transparent black area will not be selected.

Paint Bucket has the same issue.

I reported the issue 1 year ago (http://forums.getpai...ted-separately/) but it has not been fixed yet. I decompiled the program, and It seems that the issue is at PaintDotNet.Tools.FloodFill.FloodFillAlogrithm.GetDistance in PaintDotNet.exe. Wonder it is a bug or feature?

 

 

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I think only administrators can move threads. You can, however, fix the spelling of "areas" in the title. Just edit your original comment, then select the Use Full Editor option. You will be able to edit the Topic Title.

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Moved other thread. Closed this thread.

 

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