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Text too large in the "Resize" dialog box (french version)

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Windows 10 "anniversary update".

 

The "Relative size"  label is too small for the text in french ("En taille relative").

 

If you don't want to enlarge the control, you could perhaps simply replace "En taille relative" with "Taille relative" (and "En taille absolue" with "Taille absolue").

 

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Thanks for your wonderful software.

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It was OK before the Anniversary update...

 

My screenshot of this issue from Czech version of paint.net v4.0.12.

Resize.jpg

 

The Canvas Size dialog:

 

Canvas Size.png

Edited by Vasek

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Hello. I have the same issue ( my paint.net language is Finnish). I recently updated paint.net and all was fine before updating.

My OS is Windows 7 (64 bit), and my paint.net version is: 4.12.6099.39434

paint net resize window bug.jpg 

Edited by SenorPootis
added possibly needed details

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Yeah, I'm working on the fix. This dialog (and File->New and Image->Canvas Size) keep having ongoing problems like this, so I'm rewriting the layout code from scratch.

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Good :)

 

Fixing the Resize (and File->New and Image->Canvas Size) dialogs is something I've been meaning to do for years. It's a surprisingly large and complex block of code, and dates back to version 1.0 of Paint.NET with old school patterns of absolute layout positioning with no regard to whether text can actually fit correctly. But, finally, the problems were piling up and the minor fixes I kept making were not working well enough, so I decided to gut it and rewrite the layout logic. It was pretty complicated, but it works! Totally worth it.

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4.0.13 fixed this issue for a number of dialogs but others remain broken (e.g. the color palette "Colors" as well as various built-in Adjustment & Effect dialogs).

colors dialog.png

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