DHGamerMR Posted September 25, 2022 Share Posted September 25, 2022 I routinely use paint.net to do collage style images of game characters, where I'll have a large main image as the background, then I'll paste smaller images around the focal point of that background as new layers, showing additional details not visible in the main image. Takes me two or three minutes to put one of these together after I gather the source images, and it's a quick and easy process I've followed for close to a decade now. Today I did one of those projects, shared the result to some friends, and saw I had an update to 4.3.12 available. Cool. I'll close out and update, as usual. The update installed and I had a request for another of these, so I went in and did exactly what I normally do, but now the new layers show up as containing no image. It's just showing the selection rectangle now but not the image that should be inside that selection. Checked all the layer properties to make sure it hadn't somehow defaulted to zero opacity or something equally stupid. Saved the file and reopened it. Started a new file again, this time creating the new layer manually and then trying to paste the new image into that layer. Made sure again that I have the right layer selected to add to, but still nothing showing. Anyone know what might have broken here from one release to the next? I'm hoping there's just some option or setting that's been inexplicably changed and hidden away in preferences I can't find. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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