PellePenna

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  1. It's been an interesting journey for me since 2007, where I abandon "PSP 12" and started to use paint.net 3.10 .. and now here we are at 4.0 ... Thanks for keeping up the good work. A suggestion, which might shouldn't be here, is if you could split the "plugins" topics in two, one for 3.x and one for 4.x ... it would make it so much easier to find plugins which been updated to work in 4.x
  2. I did provide you with a "how-to" to reproduce the error a few weeks ago (post 58). Did you find the bug?
  3. This issue doesn't happen every time but as a developer myself, so I'm sure it is a calc operation that miscount when rounding an odd/even number of the selection area/selection rectangle. If it doesn't happen at first "Crop to Selection", just undo the cropping, move and resize the "selection area" one more time and then make a new "Crop to Selection". I needed to repeat step 8-10 3 times before I was able to re-produce the issue. Steps to re-produce extra pixel width/height: 1. Have a "clear" desktop 2. Push "Print screen" to make a snapshot of the desktop 3. Start Paint.net 4. Select "Edit" / "Paste as New Image" 5. Select "Tool" / "Rectange Select" 6. Make a selection in the middle of the image, ~ 750 x 500 pixel large 7. Select "Tool" / "Move Selection" 8. Move the "selection area" slighty up to the left 9. Resize the "selection area" with the lower right "handle", to e.g. 903 x 597 pixel 10. Select "Image" / "Crop to Selection" Now the newly cropped image size should be e.g. 903 x 597, but it is 1 pixel wider and/or higher.
  4. Bug report ... a reminder of above posts 47/49 (as you didn't comment on any of them about this issue) When you make a "selection", "move and resize the selection" and then do a "Crop to Selection", an extra pixel is sometimes added to the width and height, sometimes at bottom/right, sometimes at top/left. (to the attached image it was added at top/left) The selection size was 899 x 474 before "cropping" and after the image became 900 x 475 And this happens no matter if I have hardware accelarator on or off.
  5. Which is a "driver problem": 1. When you make a "selection", "move/resize the selection" and then do a "Crop to Selection", it creates an extra pixels width/height. 2. When you rotate a "selection", it add some strange objects at each selection line markers Updated: After turning off "Hardware accelerated rendering" issues #2 is solved.
  6. Bug report: (diagnostics below) - When you make a "selection", "move/resize the selection" and then do a "Crop to Selection", it creates an extra pixels width/height. - When you rotate a "selection", it add some strange objects at each selection line markers (see attached image) Other comments: Thank you for the best paint software I ever used ... and I tried a few during my 20+ years of developing Diagnostics info: Application paint.net 4.0 (α 4.0.5105.6977) Build Date den 23 december 2013 Expiration Date den 17 mars 2014 Hardware accelerated rendering (GPU) True Animations False Language en-US OS Windows 8.1 (6.3.9600.0) .NET Runtime 4.0.30319.34003 Physical Memory 4 026 MB CPU Intel® Core2 Duo CPU P9500 @ 2.53GHz Architecture x64 (64-bit) Process Mode 64-bit Speed ~2527 MHz Cores / Threads 2 Features DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4_1 Video Card Mobile Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.1) Dedicated Video RAM 64 MB Dedicated System RAM 0 MB Shared System RAM 1 631 MB Vendor ID 0x8086 Device ID 0x2A42 Subsystem ID 0x9025104D Revision 7 LUID 0x000072E1 Flags None Video Card Microsoft Basic Render Driver Dedicated Video RAM 0 MB Dedicated System RAM 0 MB Shared System RAM 256 MB Vendor ID 0x1414 Device ID 0x008C Subsystem ID 0x00000000 Revision 0 LUID 0x000073EA Flags 2
  7. When one undock and re-arrange the windows (tools, layer, color), close program and then reopen it, it doesn't remember the last/previous layout settings. And btw, thank you for one of the best image editor ... have been my "Nr 1" tool for years ... ... and if I could wish for one thing, it is to be able to have text saved as text, so it could be editable when reopen the file. And if it does need to be in it's own layer, it wouldn't matter as long as it is editable.