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It depends on which layer you're talking about when you say "in one, draw a rectangle and lower its opacity". The background layer ... or layer 2?

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Can you send the PDN file to us? The e-mail is listed on our contact page, http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/contact.html (I don't list it here so as to avoid spambots). Thanks.

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Ok, Tom and I found and fixed the cause of this, so you'll see it in the first v2.6 release. We still have some other alpha blending issues to work out, ones that Dan and other forum member pointed out awhile ago.

Turns out this alpha blending stuff is just plain difficult to figure out correctly. For example, when you consider the "Darken" blend mode, what's "darker": transparent, or black? What is the intensity of a transparent or partially transparent color value?

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