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  1. It's a png 3800 x 3200 with transparency (i use optipng for shrinking some kb). just to save some time, i hoped to bypass the preview computation! by the way, it seems that the issue is on optipng end... normal png saves, as provided by paint.net, work pretty fast instead.
  2. Ok, I saw the "Unselected Rectangle Keeper" which is kind of what I seek. with some edit to the code... maybe... can anyone point me to a tutorial on how to build a plugin so i can do what i need and maybe publish it afterward?
  3. no-no-no, i need to CROP (thank you, i just edited the post title) the transparent area to save the most space i can. for clarity sake i upload an example: imagine i have the BEFORE image, which is a small body in a transparent big background. what the function / plugin etc, should accomplish is cropping the image to get the AFTER image. AFTER image fill all the rectangle so there is at least 1 pixel non-transparet on each edge. sorry if i didn't explain very well, english is not my native language! thank you all! P.S. - the resul can be achived with this commands: magick wand -> select external transparent zone with 0% tolerance -> ctrl+i (invert selection) -> crop
  4. I cannot find a plugin or command to resize the image surface to the closest rectangle around the "solid" image. For example, if i draw a small circle in the middle of the canvas, I would like to be able to crop it without going to select tool, adjusting etc. anybody can help? thank you!!!
  5. Is there a way to prevent the preview? I cannot see a checkbox. This is required when saving BIG images. It takes a lot to create a preview, then takes a lot to "abort" the preview, than takes the right amount of time to actually save. thank you!!!
  6. i was wondering if a) i'm writing in the right place b) the matter has been already discussed c) will it ever be added to this tool the ability to group layers together and apply effetcs/movements? like... i've created a series of images which must be rotated alltogether but are in different layers...
  7. I propose to have the option to mirror (vertical/horizontal... maybe with given angle?) the current selection, istead of an entire layer or the whole image. it can be very handy sometimes.
  8. with the 5268 build all work perfectly! thanks a lot boss! anyway, here my log (mercoledì == wednesday) Application paint.net 4.0 (β 4.0.5268.42065) Build Date mercoledì 4 giugno 2014 Expiration Date mercoledì 27 agosto 2014 Accelerazione hardware di rendering (GPU) False Animazioni False Lingua it OS Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601.65536) .NET Runtime 4.0.30319.18444 Physical Memory 3,947 MB CPU Intel® Core i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz Architecture x64 (64-bit) Process Mode 64-bit Speed ~2294 MHz Cores / Threads 4 Features DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4_1, SSE4_2, XSAVE Video Card Intel® HD Graphics Family Dedicated Video RAM 128 MB Dedicated System RAM 0 MB Shared System RAM 1,632 MB Vendor ID 0x8086 Device ID 0x0116 Subsystem ID 0x05041025 Revision 9 LUID 0x00008AE7 Flags None Video Card NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M Dedicated Video RAM 977 MB Dedicated System RAM 0 MB Shared System RAM 1,717 MB Vendor ID 0x10DE Device ID 0x0DF4 Subsystem ID 0x05051025 Revision 161 LUID 0x000093DE Flags None
  9. Strange "flickering images" appear around the reference points of the selection. see attached capture using: windows 7 build: 4.0 beta