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As of Photoshop CC 2015.5 they've introduced the Select and Mask taskspace, found in the Select menu as a replacement to the Refine Edge feature. It's very similar to refine edge, just with various improvements and overall I find it much more pleasant to work with than its predecessor. Here is the official Adobe video tutorial on how to use it.
The solution is easy, do a selection so that the color-to-alpha only applies where it matters: the background and the edge pixels of the outline. On a clean picture, that's wand-select the background (regular threshold) which won't select the outline (it will usually stop one pixel before) and then Select>Grow by two pixels to include the border pixels. ...
If the image is integrated with all the elements (one element - .jpeg or .png) , you can only manage their general opacity , however if the elements as the left scale , can replace the background and you can manipulate the opacity.
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