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  1. I was actually born in Worcestershire, but I was educated in Wales & have some Welsh relatives (& some Welsh ancestry). Also I lived in the Cynon Valley for quite a few years. So, although technically I am a Saeson I feel that I have a bit of Cymru in my soul. South Wales still feels like home to me whenever I visit it.
  2. Hello HELEN, thanks for the welcome. It certainly is an AWE-mazing program. There are few things in life that I regret, one of them is choosing to download GIMP instead of PDN a few years ago. I found GIMP such hard going that it put me off trying any other image manipulation programs for ages. They say that you learn from your mistakes ... I certainly hope so LOL!
  3. Thanks for the welcome nitenurse79. Yes, I nearly downloaded PDN ages ago but I thought I would give GIMP a go first. GIMP seems overly complex to a relative noob (like me) with image manipulation programs. What I especially like about PDN is that it has plenty of great simple effects & the like that an inexperienced user can utilise straight away. It's brilliant for touching up & improving jpeg files taken from a mobile phone camera. Quite a few people have told me PDN is as good as, if not better than, many Photoshop variants. I really am impressed with Paint.NET. I think it will be
  4. OK, thanks for the info welshblue, is it a free service?
  5. I watched 'The Big Lebowski' again the other night. It just keeps getting better.
  6. Hello, I'm Daveski. I am new to Paint.NET but I wish I had downloaded it ages ago. It really rocks! It is far more intuitive than the rather abstruse GIMP (which I have recently uninstalled) & yet far better than MS Paint. I'm really impressed. P.S. I have tried to upload an avatar from Photobucket (I made with PDN) & I'm having no luck. Any suggestions? Thanks, Dave
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