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  1. I'm interested in the source for this plugin, is it available online somewhere, github?
  2. hummm....perhaps the way to go is to introduce an extension framework in the app where you could get help developing different modules of the application. Perhaps making part of the application open source? Perhaps the gui could be broken of from the core graphic engine and handled as separate entities? then it would be possible for the community to work on utility features, gui things and that stuff, when the core is still maintained as today? Or just make it all open source and just let people submit features and modification via you so you still have control over what goes into the s
  3. Hummm...why not create a Paint.NET plugin-framework, where Paint.NET. from within the application displays a list of plugins that are submitted by 3:ed parties. The plugins could be uploaded and registered on the "Paint-NET official plugin page". After that the community will rate and grade the plugin and and the uploader/creator of the plugin will gain reputation based on number of downloads, complaints, feedback, gradings and so on. So if he did a good job with version 1 of a plugin, then he will start with a high reputation for the second version or if he makes a completely different
  4. GoSub: The time I took writing the above was longer than the automatic-inactive-user-logout-timer, which made my blood pressure rise to unhealthy levels when I got an "post denied" message and noway of recovering the text...well, with some clever (if I may say it myself...and I may ) use of fiddler and F5 I managed to recover the text. But really, when something goes wrong in a post involving a textarea of any kind, you at the very least have to re-display the text back to the user. This is the very least you can do. And if you are worried about malicious code/text (which you always shou
  5. Hi! I thought I would just give my initial gut reaction to the 4.0 version I just downloaded. I am not a image/picture guru in any way and only have limited experience with previous versions, Instead I'm a windows software developer and has been so for 20+ years so I know what happens when you are involved in a project and I know you tend to get "blind" for some of the stuff a new user might seem find confusing or unclear. So please don't take this as negative criticism and instead just the opinions of a non-graphic-windows-developer. (well, OK, the moving of the cursor is rally c
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