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  1. You make very cool art - i love the colors and forms - great:))
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  2. It's probably a limitation of the Windows Imaging Component; which paint.net uses for reading most filetypes. Just an educated guess.
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  3. '101unmanned' from your zip, opened in Gimp - resolution == 72dpi. Opened in paint.net - resolution = 96 dpi.? Ah - yes I understand now! It seems paint.net ignores the saved resolution of that file and opens at 96 dpi. Then when it is saved it saves at default 96 d.p.i although the original file was at 72 d.p.i. That does seem very strange to me! ... hopefully Rick (the developer) can explain what's happening? (btw an image saved at 72 dpi in paint.net re-opens at 72 dpi)
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  4. You dont understand core of the problem. (please do excuse me Im not trying to be rude, EN is not my native language - I dont know how to express that sentence without being rude, but be sure that I dont have that intention) Problem is happening to files that ware created outside of Paint.net. In test image, I provided in zip file, in my first post - you can observe bug happening. -First open native file in PS or Gimp and see resolution - 72 -Than open in Paint.net and check there - 96 -Than save image in Paint.net without resizing it or doing anything - just "save a
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  5. Thank you very much @Si Borg and Rickhum . I wasn't going to post this until the weekend, but as a monster storm is expected this evening ............... I could be without power by then .......... so here goes. My latest piece adapted from this tutorial over to PDN.
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  6. Thank you dear Seerose....I made this just for you!
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  7. Updated to fix 2 bugs in Curves+: Smooth curve smooths all curves, not just the selected one(s) Smooth curve does not eventually give a straight line
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