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I like to fill some areas of my png-images with transparency. Since I am very new to Paint.NET I thougt that I could choose transparency like a normal colour and fill the areas with the paint bucket-fill tool.

Unfortunately this seems not to work or I make a mistake.

I would be glad if someone would be so kind to tell me how to do this.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Adson

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Paint.NET 3.36

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You need to select the area with a magic wand and just delete it. This will remove everything and replace it with complete transparency. :-)

 

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