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  1. Updated to G'MIC version 2.5.3, file version updated to
  2. It is included in the downloads linked to in the first post of this thread.
  3. Updated to G'MIC version 2.5.2. Show a warning for unimplemented output modes.
  4. You have to set the AboutDialog.TranslationCredit.Visible resource to 1 in order for the translators name to be visible. Quoting the AboutDialog.TranslationCredit.Visible description.
  5. You have to place DdsFileTypePlus.dll, DdsFileTypePlusIO_x86.dll and DdsFileTypePlusIO_x64.dll in the FileTypes folder. Paint.NET does not search sub-folders when it loads Effects and FileTypes.
  6. Could you post a screenshot of your filetypes folder?
  7. Where did you install the plugin?
  8. Updated to the March 11 2019 pre-release build of G'MIC 2.5.0. File version updated to
  9. Updated to the March 6 2019 pre-release build of G'MIC 2.5.0.
  10. You are running version 1.5.2 the latest version is 1.5.3. I made some changes in 1.5.3 that should help me locate the cause of the crash.
  11. Added a more descriptive error message for the crash reported by @lifeday in the following post. As I have been unable to reproduce the crash, this should hopefully provide the information I need to fix it. File version updated to
  12. The new icons look great. How does the DPI scaling affect the icons used by Effect plugins? I assume that the plugin icons would remain 16x16 pixels and the built-in Effect and Adjustment icons would scale with the rest of Paint.NET, but I do not have a high DPI display to check. Is there a supported method for plugin authors to detect the current DPI and provide an appropriately scaled icon?
  13. It is available now. 😃 Updated to the February 27 2019 pre-release build of G'MIC 2.5.0, file version updated to