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  1. Fixed in version The issue was caused by a breaking change in the .NET 5 Process class.
  2. Release version Changes: Fixed an issue with an error dialog being shown when cancelling 32-bit filters.
  3. My new server code had a bug with how it handled the error reporting when cancelling a filter. That looks like a race condition when starting the PSFilterShim process, but I have not been able to reproduce it. Do you have a list of steps?
  4. Click the and buttons in the top right of the Paint.NET window, or press F7 and F8 on your keyboard.
  5. I just released a new version of PSFilterPdn.
  6. Release version Changes: Fixed a compatibility issue with the .NET 5 version of Paint.NET. Added preliminary support for ARM64. ARM64 devices should be able to run 32-bit (x86) plugins. Added high-DPI icons. Fixed a compatibility issue with 32-bit FilterMeister-based plugins.
  7. Release version Changes: Fixed a crash when reading some Base64 encoded data.
  8. Release version 2.9.8. Changes: Updated to G'MIC version 2.9.8. Made the clipboard layer the top layer, this matches the top to bottom layer order that GIMP uses.
  9. Happy Birthday! Edit: Again, I forgot I already replied to this thread.
  10. I just installed nikcollection-full-1.2.11 and the 64-bit filters are working. It may be that you are missing the 64-bit Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012, although the NIK plugin installer should install that dependency with the plugins.
  11. I already migrated to NamedPipeServerStream and NamedPipeClientStream. Also, that repository only contains the client libraries for consuming existing WCF services, and I need to run a WCF server. The migration from WCF was less work than the migration away from BinaryFormatter, lots of types that needed to be updated to work with DataContract. Fortunately I only had one settings file that I needed to migrate, and that code will never run for 99% of users. I have not seen many 3rd-party Photoshop plugins that use the associated API.
  12. Try reinstalling them, that error message indicates that the filter could not find a dependency it requires.
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