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Is there a way to list the plugins that have been loaded or are being used? I've recently installed the OptiPNG plugin (copied the .exe & .dll into the FileTypes subdirectory) but I don't know how to tell it's actually being used.

 

Also, does 64bit Paint.net require 64bit plugins? I'm using Windows 10 64bit and paint.net installs in "C:\Program Files" (not (x86)) but I can't tell if the OptiPNG plugin is 64bit or not (or if it matters).

 

Ok.. My bad. It's easy to tell that this plugin has been loaded by the "Optimized PNG (*.png)" file type available during Save As.

 

Other than that... is there a List Loaded Plugins option somewhere?

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Yes - use the Plugin Browser plugin. It lists the installed plugins.

You can relax about the 32-bit/64-bit issue, they work everywhere equally :D

 

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Please note that BoltBait's suggestion doesn't include filetype plugins.

 

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