cornemuse

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  1. Englishman walks into a bar and sits down when he notices a pen on the floor. He picks it up and says to the guy next to him "oi mate is this your scribbler." The Irishman sitting beside him says "give it here till i have a look" and with that begins writing on some paper. "Wank it is and all." Says the Irishman. "How ya know?" Says the Englishman. "Sure its my handwriting." Says Paddy
  2. Saw 'Criminal' with Kevin Costner, sci-fi? Started off bad (for me) but got much better. Never seen Costner as so violent in a flick before, , , , -c-
  3. A photon checks into a hotel. Asked if he has any luggage. "No, I'm traveling light", , , , ,
  4. !st time I installed pdn, I d/l'ed installer from cnet. on another computer I 'googled' & installed 1st link, turned out to be a new toolbar got installed, page looked like yours, , , fortunately, it uninstalled with no ill after effects. -c-
  5. Pavlov goes to a bar, sits down & orders a beer. The pay phone on the wall rings. Damn! He jumps up! Barkeep says: "Whats the problem? "I forgot to feed my dog!"
  6. I recently re-installed XP P 32 on my computer. It had pdn 35.1.1 (? last one for 32 bit) working well, no problemo. After the xp re-install, PDN will not install. I get the window ", , , , installing .net client profile. At 30%, it stops a few seconds and then "Setup is rolling back. This might take several minutes." After a few more seconds, the window goes away and I'm back at the 'Paint.NET.3 install (.exe). Thats it. What gives? It worked before, same comp, etc. -c-
  7. I installed dot net client (dotnetfx35.exe) manually. PaintNet installed like it was supposed to. So problem solved, I guess, , , -c-
  8. People who drive slooow in the fast lane = "Well, I'm gonna make a left turn, after lunch" (Grand Theory of Everything) -c-
  9. This one I too am eagerly awaiting an answer to, , , , -c-
  10. Windows 7, in general, anything after XP -c- (dyed in the wool xp fan)
  11. If one could set what it defaults to, , , (what quite a few tools default to, , ,) Not complaining, just commenting, , , -c-
  12. I too prefer using the percentage setting, in both Image -> Resize/Canvas Size, it always defaults to 'Pixel Size (width)' Have to click on 'Percentage', every time. -c-
  13. A photon checks into a hotel. The clerk asks if he needs help with his luggage. The photon replies, " I don't have any, I'm traveling light." -c-
  14. Zagna, sorry, now I understend, I let my mouth get ahead of my eyes , , , , -c-
  15. I have the same problem, though SP1 is listed in 'upgrades' (?) but not listed as shown in the pic above. (toshiba 505 w/W-7) I now have 3.5(?) installed, it works just fine. How much benefit is there to the newest version(s)? -c-
  16. I too would like a portable version of PDN. I dont understand, , , If its already installed on another computer, whats the point? (<- truly, not sarcasm!) Or will it then run from usb on another computer w/o pdn? -corne-
  17. Just a few I especially like, in no particular order: City of Ember Grave of the Fireflies Man on Fire Thank You for Smoking Memento They Live! -c-
  18. I've looked a bit, but cannot find any mention of being able to rearrange the various tools in the 'Tool' dropdown. It would be nice to arrange the most used tools (for me, anyway) at the top, or arrange in different groups, (as needed or desired). Also, the 'Colors' box is always displayed when starting pdn, this is fine, it starts in the 'simple' box. Is there a way of having it started in the 'advanced' box on starting?? On launch, the starting color is always 'black', (bucket, line, pencil, etc.). Is it possible to have the starting color as 'white', or any color for that matter?? -corne-
  19. Oh well, maybe in the future, , , , -corne- THat was a quick response, OK! (edit) thought I'd add this: I us a a trackball & for me its easier (its all in the fingertips!) to dropdown tools than to move hand(s) to the keyboard then back to the t-ball.
  20. 'Memento', off the wall, good, Very good!! 'Stranger than Fiction' 'Strange Days' directed by Kathryn Bigelow, -c-
  21. This is not really a problem for me, I dont think! I attempted install (32 bit version) to a W XP 64 bit computer, got the message to install (64 bit). Well, I tried but got message to install the (older version). I installed (v3.5.11). It works just fine, I have been using it on my older (XPP32) computer, for a few years now. I dont know what I'm missing (if that much) with the newer version(s). I dont know if it can be installed on an XP 64 computer, anyway. Any ideas or suggestions?? -cornemuse-