nnevatie Posted September 27, 2017 Share Posted September 27, 2017 Hi, I noticed Paint.net sets the RGB values of fully transparent (A = 0) pixels to the triplet 255,255,255. Is this intentional? Is there a way of explicitly setting or maintaining the RGB values at a desired value? This is useful, for example, when creating a logo with black letters on top of transparent background. Currently the white-in-RGB pixels cause sub-sampling and scaling issues in my SW, as the white pixels get mixed in with the black logo pixels, causing a grey halo to appear on the area where the alpha drops to zero. I know this issue could be worked-around by weighting the sampling for zero-alpha pixels, but it seems weird such special handling would be required. Ideally, the user would be able to set the RGB values of zero-alpha pixels to any value, such as 0,0,0 in the above example case. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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