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I recently updated to the latest paint.net version (4.0.10 (Final 4.10.6033.29846). I love the new overscroll feature, but one thing that annoys me very much is the behaviour of the zoom tool. Before when I zoomed in and out, it always centered on the place where I clicked. But now the image just jumps all over the place when zooming in or out. This behaviour is mostly noticeable with small images. For example I have an 50px by 50px image centered on the screen with zoom level 100%. I left click on the center of the image to zoom in on the center. Suddenly the picture is now at the top left of my window, and I have to scroll my image to the center of the viewport be able to see it again. When zooming out, the same annoying behaviour pops up. The image always seem to jump to the upper left corner.

 

I hope this can be solved soon.

Application	paint.net 4.0.10 (Final 4.10.6033.29846)
Build Date	vrijdag 8 juli 2016
	
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Yes the Zoom tool is broken and will be fixed in the next update :) For now you can ... not use the zoom tool. Ctrl + and Ctrl - are pretty good for zooming in and out. You can also zoom with Ctrl + Mouse Wheel. And you can select an area and use View -> Zoom to Selection.

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