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The bucket fill tool will be able to fill similar colors with a given threshold. This can be used to fill open objects with the stroke color but it will not be able to discriminate inner or outer thresholds when the stroke had a semi-transparent border for anti-aliasing. To overcome this we need some interim steps for desired results: Use the magic wand ...
Finally found the answer to this: Layer > Transparency > Semi-Flatten (With an appropriate background colour, white worked for me).
Check your alpha channels in Photoshop (if the panel isn't already visible, you can go to Window > Channels to open it). That's probably where your transparency information is being stored. If there is an alpha channel, you can CTRL + Click (or CMD + Click if you're on a Mac) on the thumbnail of the alpha channel to select just the visible area (the white ...
Try using the blend modes as I outline below: Your image should be on a layer, if not, double-click on the layer to make it so Double-click on the layer icon to bring the layer style window Change the "Blend If" condition to use Blue channel Move the slider on the "This Layer" slider to around 240 Hold the Alt key down and drag the left half of the ...
You could try to use the polygonal lasso or the magic wand tool to erase the blues. I would prefer to redraw it again with shapes if that's gonna be a logo but that's a personal opinion.
This means the icon should have a white color for any lines/shapes that your icon has and be transparent in all other areas.
Editing out your background makes your layers transparent. Transparent layers show the layers beneath it (because they are... uh... transparent). So they seem to "merge" when you export them. You need to change your setup so that only one layer is visible at a time.
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