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About DavidJCobb

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  1. Yeah, I'd use APNG except that I only know of one browser that supports it. Besides, I've seen high-quality GIF animations, so I know it's possible to make an animator capable of saving them. I don't know if it's easy, though, which is why I worded my initial request as a question.
  2. Is there any way you can the ability to save animations at higher quality levels? This is a good plug-in, but... I tried using it and it dithered an 8-color image. :?
  3. Perhaps you could bring back the ability to save icons with multiple, differently-sized images without using a transparency-based hack... What you could do is, have the user name each layer -- the 48x48 icon layer would be named "48x48", the 32x32 icon layer would be named "32x32", etc. -- and then just add an option that would have the plug-in check the layer names at runtime.
  4. Actually, you don't need to reinstall it to fix this if you know how to use the Windows Registry Editor. But if you don't know how to use Regedit, I'd recommend that you don't even read this post, because Regedit can very easily damage your system if you do something with it that you shouldn't be doing. Anyway... Navigate to this key: HKEY_USERS\[whichever one you are]\Software\Paint.NET And delete these values: PaintDotNet.PngFileType PaintDotNet.JpgFileType Really, any key that looks like this: PaintDotNet.[FileType]FileType BUT DO NOT DELETE PaintDotNet.PdnFileType!! Then, repeat
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