Renegade Posted October 11, 2008 Share Posted October 11, 2008 Hi there! I've been using Paint.Net for some time now, and recently started doing some advanced stuff. I must say its a very powerful little program! But right now I got a problem that I can't solve to my satisfaction: I want my image to have a gradient transparency that depends on the colour. For Example: White should have a transparency of 0%. Black should have a transparency of 50%. The colours in between should get a transparency depending how on how they are aligned between these two colours. So, e.g. a medium grey should have a transparency of 25%. The Paint.Net Transparency Gradient tool, is close to what I want. But it only has predefined shapes. With BoltBait's Transparency I can get what I want, by selecting areas with the magic wand and assigning the intended transparency. But it requires a lot of time to get the transitions between the different transparencies smooth. Can someone help me with this problem? P.S.: English is not my native language, so I'm not sure if all of the foreign words are used correctly Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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