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So I created a drawing on paint.net, I clicked saved and then i continued. It brought me to the configuration page but i didn't like it so i clicked the "x" button. I went to check my files and on the quick access page, the drawing which i did not like was there. I tried to delete it but u can't delete stuff on the quick access page. When i opened the file it said file could not be found. Is there a way of deleting the file? And yes i did open the file location i searched the name but it said no files found. Now, I have a useless file in my pc. The picture can't be accessed and neither can it be deleted. Would be really helpful if u could help me

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Perhaps it's a Cache problem?  If it's gone it should be gone.  Perhaps the PDN was saved in a folder you weren't aware of :)

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7 hours ago, YonderBeyonder said:

I created a drawing on paint.net, I clicked saved and then i continued. It brought me to the configuration page but i didn't like it so i clicked the "x" button. I went to check my files and on the quick access page, the drawing which i did not like was there.

 

Confirmed.

Closing/Canceling (without saving) the 'Save Configuration' dialog will still cause an MRU entry to be created that appears in the Start Menu and Taskbar Jumplist.

 

It can be removed though. Just right click on the entry, and click "Remove from this list".

 

 

To be fair, those MRU entries automatically created by Windows when the 'File Open' and the 'File Save' dialogs are used.

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Ha, that's a new one :) I've filed a bug, thanks! It may or may not be possible to fix, however, if Windows is auto-handling this.

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