Windows Paint layers transparency

Windows Paint app new update adds layers and transparency support

Windows Paint app receiving a new update which brings support for layers and transparency. This new addition to the already outstanding app will elevate the experience and allow users to customize their photos in a seamless way. To be mentioned, the update is released for Windows Insiders in the Canary and Dev Channels with version 11.2308.18.0 or higher.

By installing the latest update of the Windows Paint app, users can add, remove, and manage layers on the canvas to create richer and more complex digital. With layers, you can stack shapes, text, and other image elements on top of each other.

To get started, click on the new Layers button in the toolbar, which will open a panel on the side of the canvas. This is where you can add new layers to the canvas. Try changing the order of layers in this panel to see how the order of stacked image elements on the canvas changes. You can also show or hide and duplicate individual layers or merge layers together.

In addition to layers, the Windows Paint app new update also adds support for transparency, including the ability to open and save transparent PNGs! When working with a single layer, you will notice a checkerboard pattern on the canvas indicating the portions of the image that are transparent.

Erasing any content from the canvas now truly erases the content instead of painting the area white. When working with multiple layers, if you erase content on one layer, you will reveal the content in layers underneath.

Simultaneously, when you combine layers, transparency, and other tools in Paint, users will be able to create exciting new images and artwork.

Windows Paint layers transparency


Windows Paint app new update adds layers and transparency support

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