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Trouble. Dithering\Antialiasing in Gradient tool.


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- Create new layer

- Use Gradient tool

- Enable Antialiasing for Gradient tool

- Make a Gradient in center of layer

then

- Use Magic Wand tool

- Set Tolerance 0% for Magic Wand tool

- And select an area outside the gradient

so

You see that Dithering for Gradient tool in Paint.net is broken

Anti-aliasing is applied to the entire layer, this is incorrect

Anti-aliasing should only be applied in the gradient area, and should not extend beyond its area

 

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Dithering is broken.png

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A real use case

 

- Make Rectangle

- Use Gradient Tool

- Enable Transparency Mode for Gradient Tool (set Black and White colors)

- Make the rectangle part transparent

then

- Use Magic Wand tool

- Set Tolerance 0% for Magic Wand tool

- And select an area outside the Rectangle

so

You see that the part of the rectangle is not completely transparent

Expected Result, that the transparent part will be completely transparent, and with Magic Wand Tool you can select the actual visible part of the rectangle.

 

 

Dithering Problem.png

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However ... I can't reproduce it. The only thing is, that the "nearly" complete transparent edge isn't a straight edge, but a little bit pixelated. That*s, what I expected.

 

gradpix.png

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1 hour ago, Rick Brewster said:

I think someone reported this awhile ago but the bug is in my old database that I've since discarded. So I've filed a new one over at github. Thanks!

Yes. I previously reported this issue. Thanks.

 

 

 

17 minutes ago, Eli said:

@PaintNetRus If you disable antialiasing when creating the gradient you should not have the problem when using the Magic Wand at 0 % Tolerance.

Problem if antialiasing is enabled...

 

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Trouble. Dithering\Antialiasing in Gradient tool.

5 hours ago, PaintNetRus said:

Enable Antialiasing for Gradient tool

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