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It does for me. Are you sure you pressed Ctrl-V?

I get the following message box:

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Hope this helps.

BTW, you still need to pick a better thread title next time.

Read the rules: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3446

I edited your thread title instead of locking... this time. ;)

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If BoltBait doesn't mind me taking this one, that dialog appears when the image you are pasting (the Ctrl + V stuff) is larger than the canvas that you are copying to. Paint.NET subsequently asks what you wish to do.

So, for instance, you have copied a picture 100 x 100 pixels in size, although the canvas you are copying it to is only 50 x 50 pixels in size. Paint.NET proceeds to ask you if you want to retain the current canvas size (50 x 50 pixels) or expand it to accommodate the awaiting image (100 x 100 pixels).

That will always happen, no question about it. Unless you aren't using the latest version (3.31), which you should be ;). If you haven't, tootle across to the download page and download the latest version, full of canvas-resizing goodness and all.

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