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  1. I can parrot the issues of "Threshold" crashing Paint.NET. Does anyone know a way to remove it from the DLL in the meantime?
  2. I appreciate the workaround but this is still a worthwhile suggestion. For convenience itd be better to offer a blank palette option/creator without any need for user setup. Something as simple as an empty palette shouldnt be something a user has to set up for themselves.
  3. Ive had this issue happen to me when trying to copy a transparent background image into the clipboard in Paint.NET. You actually have to save the image as a PNG file and then open it in your respective output. This is more of a Windows issue than a Paint.NET issue and thus cant be fixed
  4. To refine criticism, I feel like the flip horizontal and vertical tools are essential enough in some applications to need an easier access than just the Alt menu. Not sure if its a matter of keyboard real estate but especially in drawn art, you will be flipping your art around hundreds of times to ensure that it looks right from both sides and isnt off balance. If it is keyboard real estate then I think there are quite a few tools that would be less deserving of ease of access shortcuts than the flip tools. Id understand if you dont want to radically change someone's workflow by removing a h
  5. As an occasional creator of pixel art I feel like Paint.NET could learn a lot from software like Aseprite. In Aseprite you are free to change the two colors that make up the transparent checkerboard in options, or opt to have it as a single color. Its not at all an unreasonable request as changing this also benefits graphic designers who need a darker color to balance their eyes Of course a workaround background layer is always possible but why settle?
  6. Adding a new option to the palette drop down to make a new palette with all blank transparent colors would be nice. Technically this can be done by manually picking and changing all the colors to transparent white and then saving that as a template but I feel like the amount of work going into that warrants a better alternative within the software itself. Below is a rough and simple example of what it would look like and what it would do. I feel this would be valuable to people who like using specifically made color palettes for all of their different works.
  7. I fixed it! Thanks, it wasn't given Full Control nor was it given inheritable traits. I assume the Geek Squad Agents I gave it to thought it was malware and prevented it from doing so while accessing the registry.
  8. I have, I just sent it to best buy and it came back like this. I have WebRoot, a very good antivirus. I think it has something to do with hte antivirus itself. Can anyone who understands the error log tell me how to fix it?
  9. Decided to post this since no one has ever had the same problem. I recently got a new Hard Drive and Webroot, a known antivirus. I recently opened PDN, to make a cool image to use as a profile pic. I could not save, no matter what. Wasnt a JPG, didnt lost transparency, I cannot save AT ALL. This is the error text I get: System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access to the registry key 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\paint.net' is denied. at Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey.Win32Error(Int32 errorCode, String str) at Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey.CreateSubKeyInternal(String subkey, Reg
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