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Transparency is faded when merged text with transparency applied

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Hello.

When I merge text placed using transparency, it is not exposed to the transparency I want.

When merged, you can see that it is much lighter than the number.

When working on the Photoshop screen, it seems to be expressed brighter than the transparency number.

Please explain this part
We would appreciate it if you could tell us how to fix it.

ps. In my memory, it seems that there was no such problem before the update.

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Transparency is faded when merged text with transparency applied

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Hello.

When I merge text placed using transparency, it is not exposed to the transparency I want.

When merged, you can see that it is much lighter than the number.

When working on the Photoshop screen, it seems to be expressed brighter than the transparency number.

Please explain this part
We would appreciate it if you could tell us how to fix it.

ps. In my memory, it seems that there was no such problem before the update.

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Could you please post screenshots taken at View > 100% with the pertinent Panels (Layers, Channels, Options Bar, …) visible – one before and one after merging? 

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New Here ,
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opacity_test.jpgopacity_test02.jpg

 

All settings for both texts are the same.

The one is,
Grouped with 20% transparency

The one is,
This is a merged image with 20% transparency.

As you can see, the transparency decreases significantly when merged.

There is a problem because the degree of appearance in Photoshop is different when imaged on the site and applied.

 

 

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Hi @진효5DC5 ,

 

Type layers that are merged will not keep their transparency.

 

You can group them or link them to maintain transparency.

 

hth

mj

 

 

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Thanks for the answer!

So, how can you solve the difference when building a site by imageizing it in PNG?

The numerical transparency value and
How can we solve the difference in transparency seen by the eye when designing?

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you could convert the text to paths beforehand

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