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  1. Sorry, I don't have time to go into details until later tonight, but there are quite a few issues with your template. I not sure what your goal with all this is. Are you just trying to learn how Visual Studio projects work? I've already said I will release an update to my templates when Paint.NET v4.3 is released. It's too early now; there's not even a v4.3 beta yet.
  2. In the 'Launch Profiles' dialog, click on the third icon (the red one). Then click on the top-left icon (the yellow one), and select Executable. Now you have the correct stuff.
  3. No offense intended, but don't you think you're "putting the cart before the horse" ? If you sincerely want to learn, I recommend reviewing the fundamentals. You've been asking extremely basic questions. While we like to help, we are not tutors here to help you with each baby step. Having said that, I hope you continue to learn. For the time being, I would advise you to forget about Visual Studio, and instead focus on learning to code within CodeLab. That's where you'll benefit the most. I already answered this question for you last week. Here are instructions again. https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/4209-how-to-debug-your-plugin/
  4. 🙈 @Ego Eram Reputo and @AndrewDavid, rather than making direct edits, I suggest doing this instead: https://www.howtogeek.com/398789/how-to-suggest-an-edit-in-google-docs/
  5. There was only one "Platform Update" for Windows 7. It will be installed when you run Windows Update. SP1 will be installed before the Platform Update though. Then you were using a very old version of Paint.NET, or you reinstalled Windows 7 without apply any of its updates.
  6. Those entries were junk even when the template was authored. As for EnableDefaultCompileItems, you didn't use it correctly. You should not use it anyway.
  7. @AndrewDavid it looks like you made some manual changes to the .csproj that are not correct. There's also a ton of extra junk in there. In it's entirety, the .csproj for this project should look like this:
  8. CodeLab currently generates the .csproj file in the legacy format. However, the next version of CodeLab will generate the .csproj file in the newer MSBuildProjectSDK format. If you want to convert older .csproj files to the newer format, you can use try-convert. Does that answer your question?
  9. Please use this utility to remove your previous Paint.NET installation: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17588/fix-problems-that-block-programs-from-being-installed-or-removed Afterwards, you can install Paint.NET anew.
  10. The icons were licensed from Axialis. If you want to use them, you'll need to get your own license. https://www.axialis.com/icons/ Alternatively, you can find free icons here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/16352-good-free-icons
  11. On shimmed plugins, IEffectInfo.AssemblyLocation returns an empty string.
  12. Calling IsVisible() is not necessary. Just delete that if statement.
  13. @AndrewDavid, You added this line 270 times in PdnPropertiesAndControlTypes.cs #pragma warning disable CA1416 // Validate platform compatibility You should not ignore the warning in 270 places. Instead you should fix the issue in 1 place. Add this to your AssemblyInfo.cs file: [assembly: SupportedOSPlatform("Windows")]
  14. @AndrewDavid sounds like you keep biting off more than you can chew. If you're trying to compile the template files, that will never work. The templates have a bunch of none-code within them. What you want to build is the VSIX package. Hint: You need the 'Visual Studio SDK' installed. You can find an option for it in the Visual Studio Installer. I have no idea what you're talking about with the Configuration Manager. Sounds like Visual Studio is just confused, because you're missing that SDK.
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