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Love this Dark Mode! Two requests.


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First off I'd like an easier way to toggle between Light & Dark mode, currently the only way is under the option panel, could there be accessible button added somewhere on the toolbar for a quicker toggling.

 

Second, I notice there is a thin grey line bordering images, can this be removed? It makes dealing with problematic edges on images with it. An example of this that makes it harder for me would be something like this.

 

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Anyway thanks for considering, and still love Dark Mode!

 

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What's with the AOE images?

 

1 hour ago, Special said:

Second, I notice there is a thin grey line bordering images, can this be removed? It makes dealing with problematic edges on images with it. An example of this that makes it harder for me would be something like this.

I think that's the "shadow" of the canvas. I don't like it either on the Dark Theme.

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First off I'd like an easier way to toggle between Light & Dark mode, currently the only way is under the option panel, could there be accessible button added somewhere on the toolbar for a quicker toggling.

No? Why on earth would you need to be constantly switching back and forth between the two?

 

Also, if you leave the setting as Default within Paint.NET, you can use the Windows 10 Settings to switch between Light/Dark mode. That's pretty darn convenient.

 

As for the drop shadow, I'm thinking about ways to improve it. It can look weird and get in the way sometimes.

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With the picture above, there is a tiny thin 1px white line at the bottom of the image, this is something you're going to miss if opening the image with Paint.NET, because the grey line that borders the image hides this, opening the image on something with a pure black backdrop and you can see it well.

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