NinthDesertDude Posted December 28, 2017 Share Posted December 28, 2017 (edited) Specs Paint.net version 4.0.19 running on Windows 10 64-bit Home edition Problem Transparency of all pixels in paint.net's canvas is sometimes displayed at a higher opacity than the actual opacity of the image. This occurs intermittently at random when changing the zoom level, and no particular zoom percentage always displays this bug. If you take actions on the image, the transparency reverts to normal. Rectangle select refreshes the pixels under the rectangle you draw so those pixels display as normal. This leads me to believe this is a redrawing problem. Steps to Reproduce 1) Open paint.net. 2) Set the primary color to black at 121 alpha. That's what I tested at. 3) Use the fill bucket to fill the screen with that color. 4) Zoom in and out until the bug occurs. Though this bug occurs randomly, it does so at high frequency, so only a couple times zooming in and out should do it. You don't need to zoom to max or min. Examples Edited December 28, 2017 by Joshua Lamusga Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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