Luke Nukem Posted February 8, 2021 Share Posted February 8, 2021 Hi. Is there a way to achieve the below with Paint.Net? -- If No, then there should be! I've been struggling with quality in Paint.Net as there doesn't seem to be a way to mask gradients with transparency, PRESERVING THE GRADIENTS. I'm not as interested in converting them pixel by pixel. I should be able to: • State a color. Below it's White. • Select an area, or Flood, how ever the function would be implemented. • Click something, and it goes from BEFORE to AFTER. Other app, including games, do this. Example: I have a Warcraft 3 program that applies the proper button border over desired images. The assets that come with it, primarily the regular button border has a few rows of transparent black so the image is darker towards the border. The base color is, in this app's case, White. That White becomes Nothing and the border and dark outline is put on top of the image. When the White becomes Transparent, the gray becomes Black Transparent. It just has the White drained out and you're left with the percentages of Black. Like so: Asset: to and The extent of Paint.Net results in the border having to be removed entirely, or they remain as gray pixels instead of the above. — The choice of color to turn Transparent in Paint.Net could be the Secondary selected color. Primitive example of starting image: BEFORE Example of the desired effect: Desired AFTER This is an essential function. — WHAT'S UP? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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