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  1. Am I missing something? 1) Create new document from default 1920x1080 72psi transparent backgroud. (This bug happens in all sizes DPI and color spaces) 2) Create a new pixel layer to paint on. 3)Using a default painting brush 4 (Watercolor Type Brush) paint several stokes. Let up mouse and paint over last strokes and notice level of transparency. 4) Use rectangle selection on same layer and use same brush and paint INSIDE selection. NOTICE THE LEVEL OF TRANSPARENCY HAS CHANGED AND IS DARKER. In Corel Painter I paint inside selections all the time. It is absolutely necessary. This seems like a bug. I used a mouse with no pressure sensitivity for demonstration purposes to rule out tablet issues. Notice opacity differences in attachment. Thanks
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