Good PNG editor?


Good PNG editor?
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Anyone know of a good free png editor capable of (also) editing the alpha channel.

I need to create stacks of small images for use in LDCad 2 but the transparency stuff is taking way too much time using GIMP.
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(2018-04-09, 19:00)Roland Melkert Wrote: Anyone know of a good free png editor capable of (also) editing the alpha channel.

I need to create stacks of small images for use in LDCad 2 but the transparency stuff is taking way too much time using GIMP.

Have you tried GIMP2?
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(2018-04-09, 19:05)Max Martin Richter Wrote: Have you tried GIMP2?

Yes but it is way too extensive to do quick simple (flat) transparent png's. I would prefer to directly edit the png instead of having to export every time I want to change something.

I've been using windows 7 paint combined with irfanview (to make them transparent) but for some reason some images end up having 50% transparency all over, so I'm basically looking for a paint replacement capable of editing the alpha channel directly.
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(2018-04-09, 19:00)Roland Melkert Wrote: Anyone know of a good free png editor capable of (also) editing the alpha channel.

I need to create stacks of small images for use in LDCad 2 but the transparency stuff is taking way too much time using GIMP.

You might try Paint.NET.
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(2018-04-09, 19:30)Travis Cobbs Wrote: You might try Paint.NET.

Thanks,

Needed to flip a lot of options but it seems to do the job when only simple transparency is needed as the paint/bucket tools etc use rgba instead of rgb.
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For quick edits, I like to fire up an old version of PaintShopPro 7.04.
I know that that version is very, very old, IMHO newer versions suffered from feature bloat and performance loss...
(PM me for more info.)

see also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pa...o_releases
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I use Pixlr and I’d advice this because of simplicity and user-friendly interface. For me, it’s easy to use completing my homework assignments. But choose what suits you depending on what assistance you need
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