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  1. Wow thanks! Esc is definitely more comfortable, who would've thought it works as well. Thanks but that would also be an extra step since I'd have to move away the cursor after every line which doesn't seem like a big deal but in the grand scheme of things is a lot when you have to draw hundreds of lines. Keeping left hand on the escape button and hitting it after each line seems to be the most viable option. Thank you all for your input! If anyone has other alternatives in mind that we may have overlooked you can still share them here.
  2. I do use both but its time consuming and the only reason I use ms paint is the curve line that's why I'm looking for possible alternatives within paint.net to use it exclusively but it seems they don't exist at least for now. In some older posts I read from people needing something similar to me, Rick Brewster mentioned that he will probably improve the line/curve tool at some point but it wasn't a priority then, so helpful changes will possibly occur. How about this: Is there at least a way to change the key that commits the line to the active layer, from "enter" to something else? Because wh
  3. Yes I have tried the Bezier option it still has nubs at the line's edges preventing me from immediately drawing a new line, not to mention that with the nubs you have to click and drag when in ms paint you just click 2 times to form a curve which is faster. The whole point to my quest is for speed and efficiency. The ShapeMaker doesn't cut it albeit a cool plugin. Adding a new layer for every line would be also too much, I'm better off hitting enter as you suggest at that point (by the way I meant "pressing" the enter button when I wrote "clicking enter"). I understand its common but
  4. Wow thank you for that! Experimented a little with it and its highly interesting so I'm glad to discover it, however its not what I'm looking for now. Let me rephrase what I need in retrospect and what bothers me with the paint.net line/curve tool so you can possibly enlighten me with another alternative: Upon drawing a line four control nubs appear on the line allowing for manipulation by clicking and dragging if a curve is desired. To me the four nubs are impractical as opposed to ms paint approach where a line is drawn and if a curve is desired you click away two times towards t
  5. Wow thank you for that! Experimented a little with it and its highly interesting so I'm glad to discover it, however its not what I'm looking for now. Let me rephrase what I need in retrospect and what bothers me with the paint.net line/curve tool so you can possibly enlighten me with another alternative: Upon drawing a line four control nubs appear on the line allowing for manipulation by clicking and dragging if a curve is desired. To me the four nubs are impractical as opposed to ms paint approach where a line is drawn and if a curve is desired you click away two times towards the dire
  6. Question summed up: Can I have the line/curve tool work like that of ms paint (no nubs on the drawn lines) as an option or with the help of some plugin? Upon drawing a line/curve four control nubs appear on the line allowing for manipulation by clicking and dragging if a curve is desired. To me the four nubs are impractical as opposed to ms paint approach where a line is drawn and if a curve is desired you click away two times towards the direction you want the curve at and its done, no nubs whatsoever. Now, I don't hate the nubs per say but here is the deal: I need to draw many cu
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