BoltBait

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  1. This thread is really old, so I'm going to close it. But, here is the info you need:
  2. Follow the instructions here (starting with step 4): http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/110411-common-install-uninstall-crash-problems-and-solutions/
  3. You forgot to include the hover text: ♫ When the spacing is tight / And the difference is slight / That's a moiré ♫
  4. The only way plugins would go missing is if you are doing a new install to a different directory than the old install.
  5. Go into your mouse settings and make sure this is NOT set:
  6. I'm usually pretty easy on Sci-Fi movies... just because I love visions of the future. Also, I didn't see the trailer before watching the movie. So, maybe I graded it higher because of that. I would have liked to see more of their relationship over the years.
  7. Welcome to the forum! I'm glad you like the program. Be sure to check out the tutorials section of the forum for instructions on how to accomplish amazing things using paint.net. Also, check out the plugin forum to unleash the full potential of paint.net. Finally, consider supporting future development of paint.net by giving a donation.
  8. I believe what you're seeing is because of this option:
  9. Passengers 8/10
  10. If you really need to edit images of that size, I would suggest using Photoshop.
  11. You say that you want a single editor for images that can edit EXIF data... well, paint.net can't do that. We are simply trying to give you workarounds to the fact that paint.net doesn't have an EXIF editor. An EXIF editor is on Rick's list, but well down the list in order of priority. He's only one guy (with a full-time job and a girlfriend)--he can code only so much.
  12. If you absolutely must have that functionality, then I suggest using Photoshop.
  13. If that is the case, then paint.net is not for you.
  14. When saving an image, it is sometimes critical to change the configuration. For the other times... click. If your only complaint about paint.net is that it takes one "extra" click to save a file... and that makes it "simply unfit" for your purpose... I'm not sure you will ever find an image editor that will satisfy you.