Here's a problem that I posted to the Troubleshooting & Bug Reporting forum. After getting some suggestions w/no positve result, the moderater said I was in the wrong forum and closed the topic there and sent me here. Here's the initial entry...
"I'm trying to use PDN to open a file from Eaglesoft to repaint their aircraft for Flight Simulator. The file is named ESDG_X_fuse1.psd. When I try to open it in PDN, I get a Paint.NET error message that says, "There was an unspecified error while opening the file." It opens fine in another paint program I have, but that program isn't a good enough program to do the paint I want to do. Your's is, but I can't get past this error message. Am I doing something wrong or do I need some kind of plug-in or what? Help! "
I was told I needed the plug-in that is the topic of this forum. It was already in the File Types folder, but, in case that wasn't the correct one, I replaced it with the latest from the website. That didn't fix the problem. I was told to check to see if the PDN program had the ability to Save As .psd...it does. Then it was suggested that maybe I didn't have the memory necessary to completely load the file w/all the layers. I repsonded that it loads fine in PhotoShopPro and I can see all the layers there. That leads me to believe that memory is not the problem and that there's no problem with the .psd file either.
Any ideas why PDN can't load this file and just presents me with the error message and what I can do to fix it?