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I think what u need is Inkscape Is free open-source and is easy to use and help a lot when u r doing an app There is a lot of information an training examples in their oficial Web page try it..
Like marcusdoesstuff says, one option would be to save out your file in a TIFF. Another option would be to save it in a PSD format and use a plugin to open the PSD in Paint.NET. One is available here, although I can't speak to how well it works as I do not have Paint.NET to test it.
TIFF is a widely supported image format that can save layers and transparency (which Photoshop can open). There's not a ton of advantages of using PNGs over TIFF unless you're using them on a website. Whether it works with Paint.net or not, I'm not sure, but you could give it a go! You could also try saving as PSD (Photoshop's native format) which work with ...
If you export in PNG format, all layers are rasterized. This format aren't vectorial and doesn't support layers. Only Adobe Fireworks (Dismised) can save .png with all layer, but are readable only by itself. Check if Paint.net can read .psd format (photoshop native) with all his layer.
If I understand correctly, your actual icon should be 96 by 96 pixels with a transparent padding that adds up to 128 by 128 pixels. First of all, what you did in the second step was reduce the size of the green background of your logo. I assume you want to keep the full logo without actually reducing its background. First, open your logo as it is, 128x128 ...
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