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Here is a way you can still achieve what you want until the problem is solved:

Open the image, duplicate the layer, set the transparency of the new layer to 255-the eraser transparency you want, make sure the eraser is set to 255 alpha, click on the lower layer and erase as normal. Then merge the layers.

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This is a known issue of the current brush system. You will find the same behaviour with both the Eraser and Brush tools. If I remember correctly, Rick - the lead developer - has disclosed a 'fix' for when the new brush system comes into play during the development of v4.xx.

I could be mistaken and it was, in fact, another member, but when all said and done, he is the one who truly knows what is in store for Paint.NET.

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