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  1. I upgraded my main machine from an Intel 4790K to a AMD Ryzen 5950X. The vcpkg compilation time for Qt5 dropped from over 3 hours to 30 minutes. 😲
  2. I was referring to the 32-bit drivers for your scanner.
  3. Are the 32-bit TWAIN drivers installed?
  4. Is your new machine 32-bit or 64-bit?
  5. Control is free on the Epic Games Store until June 17th. https://www.polygon.com/22527949/control-free-epic-games-store-pc-remedy Just like when they offered GTA 5 for free the demand is causing issues with the Epic Games Store desktop application.
  6. That video is not referring to layer blend modes, it is referring to using linear gamma when blending colors. Paint.NET does not currently have this option.
  7. The plugin only supports loading SVG files, it does not support saving them.
  8. In the PNG save configuration dialog change the Bit Depth option from Auto-detect to 32-bit (or 24-bit). The Auto-detect option picks the PNG format that produces the smallest file size, which in your case is one of the indexed formats. The Indexed PNG formats do not support semi-transparent colors, so any images that have them will be saved as 32-bit RGBA.
  9. That is true for native code, but the .NET runtime will search the folder that the DLL is located in.
  10. This plugin allows JPEG images to be saved with Mozilla's mozjpeg encoder. It can produce significantly smaller images than Paint.NET's default JPEG file type, and allows progressive JPEG encoding to be used. Compatibility: 4.2.16+ Installation: 1. Close Paint.NET. 2. Place MozJpegFileType.dll, MozJpegFileTypeIO_x86.dll and MozJpegFileTypeIO_x64.dll in the Paint.NET FileTypes folder which is usually located in one the following locations depending on the Paint.NET version you have installed. Classic: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\FileTypes Microsoft Store: Documents\paint.net App Files\FileTypes 3. Restart Paint.NET. 4. The filetype should now be available as the "MozJpeg" item in the save dialog. Download: MozJpegFileType.zip Source Code: https://github.com/0xC0000054/pdn-mozjpeg
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