1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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XnViewMP 1.4.0b1 64bit
Windows10 64bit (22H2), display resolution 3840x2160, win scaling 150%


Draw - rectangle/ellipse
Transparency causes the background of the rectangle/ellipse to bleed through its border.
draw_object_background_bleeds_through_border.png

Expected behaviour
Object's background should not be visible though its border when transparency applied.

ps. looks like this issue has been reported already
0.84b3: Draw tool: Outline overlaps with fill





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Re: 1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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right i can reproduce
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Re: 1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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same issue with Text's border effect in Batch convert
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Re: 1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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not sure that it's a bug. You have same result in Paint.net
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Re: 1.4.0b1 - draw - transparent figure's backgound visible through border

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it would be fine if there are settings to treat these outer and inner part of the border separately, but thats overkill
also no such quirk in photoshop
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