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  1. Still no 64-bit support? You can run Paint.NET in 32 bit mode by using a tool from Microsoft called corflags.exe It comes with the .NET SDK run it like this in the Paint.NET folder (command line prompt): corflags paintdotnet.exe /32BIT+ to revert to 64 bit mode do: corflags paintdotnet.exe /32BIT- I figured out this after reading this blog post. I'm not sure about the Licensing so I can't provide a package with corflags.exe. On my system it is located in the folder "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin\x64\". It would be nice if Paint.net was provided with a 32bi
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    this loader only works when adjusting the white balance. if I adjust blacks or brightness it refuses to load the image into paint.net. best would be if paint.net could work with a larger color space than 8-bit. But then I guess you should be using Photoshop if you need that much advanced features.
  3. Probably doesn't work on 64 bit? The other RAW file loader used both dcraw.dll and dcraw64.dll. And yes I know a 64 bit app can launch 32 bit .exe but I just have to ask if there is maybe another issues.
  4. I posted in the wrong thread ( an old one I think) ) anyways go read this: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=1149&p=108253#p108253 A bug with the benchmark. causing exceptions Make this thread a sticky please. It's very hard to find.. try searching for pdnbench on this forum yourself and you will be surprised.
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