surashu

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  1. Alright, well in the MacType wizard (this one) Click on the Process Manager button on the lower left of the window. Then open Paint.NET (if it crashed, leave it open for the time being) then on the processes, right click it and exclude Then just use Task Manager to close the hanged Paint.NET and it should work fine next time you relaunch.
  2. Oh that sucks! I was starting to get used to the nice readable font renders on my system. Is there a way to make the two work together even if MacType is not applied to Paint.NET? EDIT: I found the option! Thanks for the help!
  3. Hi! I ran the program and it asked me to reboot the computer but unfortunately, the problem is still there.
  4. Hi there, I've been using Paint.NET for years without problems then randomly it just started crashing whenever I tried to open it. I never realized how much I relied on Paint.NET because now that I can't use it anymore, I feel so handicapped when I need to do some basic things. This is the error that appears: This is the content of the box at the bottom of that error dialog: This is the crash log: I'm running on Winddows 10 Pro, 64-bit and the latest Paint.NET