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  1. This post is about the latest (4.0) version of Paint .NET. I see that there's a "Preview" subforum so if this post should be moved there, even though 4.0 has released, feel free to do so. I noticed that in the new Rotate Layer dialog, clicking in the top-most textbox, entering a number (e.g. "1"), and pressing tab (to make the layer rotate) ends up putting the keyboard focus on the reset button. This is different from the old dialog (See the "Layer Rotate" page in the Paint .NET documentation for a screenshot; I can't seem to paste a link here) where pressing tab would put the keyboard focus on a textbox. This change became a problem when I pressed enter out of habit to make the rotation. I expected the layer to rotate as if I had clicked the OK button. Instead, the rotate value was reset and my work was lost. I can't think of a quick fix off the top of my head but I hope this problem description helps other people experiencing the same issue. In case it is relevant, my computer's operating system is Windows 7 x64 EN-US running with a 101% DPI setting.
  2. I noticed. As I said, if you have the financial resources for that, then great.
  3. In step 1, the path could be generalized to %userprofile%\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Templates I'm fairly certain there's a way to get the "My Documents" part too but I can't remember it right now.
  4. I will confess a general time crunch so I may be repeating others' points in this post. I've used both types of boards and currently administer a board that went from Invision to phpBB. It seems that Invision is fine as long as you keep paying. If you have the financial resources, then life is great and you get patches and updates. However, the site I administer switched to phpBB because we do not have the financial resources for Invision and we were repeatedly hacked while using Invision.
  5. True, you aren't stuck in that mode if you think about it hard enough. But you are stuck without a way to actually make a selection (short of picking another tool and going back to Rectangle Select afterwards).
  6. Problem: The mouse is stuck in Rectangle Select mode. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go into Rectangle Select mode 2. Zoom in as far as possible 3. Scroll to the right edge of the image. 4. Click somewhere on the image and hold down the left mouse button 5. Move the mouse over the scrollbar and release the mouse button How to Rescue Yourself: Click on any tool besides Rectangle Select
  7. I would prefer Ribbons because right now, the menus are becoming a bit too long and hard to keep track off.
  8. @Rick: Here's what I get when I try that: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET>bench > bench.txt The system cannot find the path specified. Any tips?
  9. How did you get your output to come out nicely? Mine always get chopped up at the end of the lines. I've tidied it up a bit: Running ngen... The system cannot find the path specified. PdnBench v3.0.2583.27153 Running in 32-bit mode on Windows 5.1.2600.131072 Service Pack 2 Workstation x86 Processor: 2x "Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T7200 @ 2.00GHz" @ ~1995 MHz Memory: 1022 MB Using 2 threads. Loading image ... (1024 x 768) done Rotate/Zoom at 0.00 degrees (3x) ... 542 milliseconds Rotate/Zoom at 70.00 degrees (3x) ... 562 milliseconds Rotate/Zoom at 140.00 degrees (3x) ... 550 milliseconds Rotate/Zoom at 210.00 degrees (3x) ... 537 milliseconds Rotate/Zoom at 280.00 degrees (3x) ... 560 milliseconds Rotate/Zoom at 350.00 degrees (3x) ... 544 milliseconds Oil Painting, brush size = 1, coarseness = 10 (1x) ... 243 milliseconds Oil Painting, brush size = 1, coarseness = 85 (1x) ... 317 milliseconds Oil Painting, brush size = 4, coarseness = 10 (1x) ... 1048 milliseconds Oil Painting, brush size = 4, coarseness = 85 (1x) ... 1213 milliseconds Blur with radius of 2 (1x) ... 249 milliseconds Blur with radius of 4 (1x) ... 442 milliseconds Blur with radius of 8 (1x) ... 834 milliseconds Blur with radius of 16 (1x) ... 1579 milliseconds Blur with radius of 32 (1x) ... 3053 milliseconds Sharpen with value of 1 (1x) ... 345 milliseconds Sharpen with value of 4 (1x) ... 428 milliseconds Auto-Levels (50x) ... 284 milliseconds Clouds, roughness = 81 (2x) ... 929 milliseconds Clouds, roughness = 27 (2x) ... 445 milliseconds Clouds, roughness = 9 (2x) ... 316 milliseconds Median, radius 4 (1x) ... 384 milliseconds Median, radius 16 (1x) ... 724 milliseconds Median, radius 64 (1x) ... 1979 milliseconds Unfocus, radius 4 (1x) ... 566 milliseconds Unfocus, radius 16 (1x) ... 913 milliseconds Unfocus, radius 64 (1x) ... 2165 milliseconds Motion Blur, Horizontal (1x) ... 1686 milliseconds Motion Blur, Vertical (1x) ... 1936 milliseconds Resize from 1024x768 to 512x384 ... 83 milliseconds Resize from 512x384 to 1024x768 ... 344 milliseconds Resize from 1024x768 to 1536x1152 ... 730 milliseconds Resize from 1536x1152 to 1024x768 ... 334 milliseconds Resize from 1024x768 to 2560x1920 ... 2124 milliseconds Resize from 2560x1920 to 1024x768 ... 329 milliseconds Resize from 1024x768 to 3584x2688 ... 3980 milliseconds Resize from 3584x2688 to 1024x768 ... 324 milliseconds Linear reflected gradient @ 4096x3072 (5x) ... 1397 milliseconds Conical gradient @ 4096x3072 (5x) ... 2609 milliseconds Radial gradient @ 4096x3072 (5x) ... 1894 milliseconds Compositing one layer, Normal blend mode, 255 opacity (20x) ... 38 milliseconds Compositing one layer, Normal blend mode, 128 opacity (20x) ... 434 milliseconds Compositing four layers, Normal blend mode, 255 opacity (20x) ... 1168 milliseconds Compositing four layers, Normal blend mode, 255 (layer 0) and 128 (layer 1-3) opacity (20x) ... 1680 milliseconds Compositing four layers, Normal blend mode, 128 opacity (20x) ... 1683 milliseconds Compositing three layers, Normal+Multiply+Overlay blending, 150+255+170 opacity(20x) ... 1393 milliseconds Transform simple surface, no transform, nearest neighbor resampling (25x) ... 56 milliseconds Transform complex surface, no transform, nearest neighbor resampling (25x) ...56 milliseconds Transform simple surface, no transform, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 3486 milliseconds Transform complex surface, no transform, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 3512 milliseconds Transform simple surface, 45 deg. rotation about center, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 3064 milliseconds Transform complex surface, 45 deg. rotation about center, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 3115 milliseconds Transform simple surface, 50% x-scaling 75% y-scaling, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 1310 milliseconds Transform complex surface, 50% x-scaling 75% y-scaling, bilinear resampling (25x) ... 1554 milliseconds Zoom out, rotated grid multisampling, 66% (1000x) ... 4873 milliseconds Zoom out, rotated grid multisampling, 28% (1000x) ... 835 milliseconds Zoom 1:1, straight blit (1000x) ... 4514 milliseconds Total time: 72481 milliseconds
  10. Then something's messing with your Clipboard or a program is intercepting the Print Screen button. 1. Go to the Start menu and click "Run" 2. Type in the following and then press enter: clipbrd This will run the ClipBook Viewer so that you can look at your clipboard. Now, press Prnt Scrn (or Print Screen, or Prt Scr). Does you screen appear in the ClipBook Viewer? If it doesn't, then something's catching your Print Screen button.
  11. Thank you. That's the shortest turnaround I've ever experienced for a bug. Are you going to put it in the next beta release? By the way, was it a problem with assigning event handlers?
  12. I should have explained more. :oops: When I push space, I see the save button go down and when I release space, the button comes back up like a normal command button but the filie dialog doesn't appear. It appears that the file dialog only appears when I click on the save button.
  13. I noticed that when I press "Space", nothing happens.
  14. Since many programs allow the user to close a tab by middle-clicking on it, it would be nice if Paint .NET also supported it.
  15. I'll answer the posts from oldest to newest: I'd upload a screenshot but if it's won't-fix, there's not much point... Good guess, Rick. I'm using 120 dpi. I tried switching back to 96 dpi (Normal size) and things get too microscopic for me. And BoltBait, don't be that cruel to the inventor of Large Fonts mode. It really makes things much easier to see.
  16. On my laptop with a widescreen (1680x1050) with Paint .NET maximized, the text in the update dialog is truncated in the following way: A newer version of Paint .NET is available. You may click the Install button to download it and install it, or you may click Close to be reminded in several I am running Paint .NET 2.72. By the way, I got the dialog after enabling beta builds but it would probably look like this no matter what type of update it was.
  17. I know it's a bit cliche to say this but I had the exact same questions too. Perhaps your explanations could be integrated into the help files somehow.
  18. Maybe this could be moved to the tutorials forum because it seems to be a very nice tutorial on getting newspaper scans to look OK.
  19. I have a similar problem. If this turns out to be a different problem, I would appreciate it if an admin would make this a new thread. After scanning in an image (400 dpi, 2.66"x5.35") and saving it as a PNG, when I load the PNG in Paint .NET the image size and DPI are wrecked and after I use the resize tool in Paint .NET, if I copy-and-paste to Microsoft Word (or probably any other program), the image is ~8.5"x11". My System Uses... WinXP Pro SP2 2GB RAM P4 with HT Scanner with a TWAIN driver (doesn't support WIA) My System Has... Paint .NET .NET Framework 1.1 .NET Framework 2.0 Corel PhotoHouse 3 Steps to Reproduce: Get the Image: 1. Scan in an image (I use Corel PhotoHouse for this.) at full color, 400 dpi 2. Save as PNG with interlacing 3. Exit Corel PhotoHouse Paint .NET: 1. Open the image in Paint .NET 2. Go to Image | Resize 1st Bug: The resolution is 96dpi and the image size is 11.08"x22.29" 3. Change the resolution to 400 dpi. The image size shrinks to 2.66"x5.35". 4. Click OK. Copy to Microsoft Word 1. CTRL+A in Paint .NET 2. CTRL+C in Paint .NET 3. Run Microsoft Word 4. Paste into Microsoft Word. 2nd Bug: Giant image I've uploaded the original scan to http://zcp.amael.com/zian/Untitled.png. By the way, it's from Biology by Campbell, Reese, and Mitchell.
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