kevincrans

Diagonal Arrow Key Drawing with click holded

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Dear Paint.Net,

 

 

When I try to use the arrow keys to draw a diagonal, it just goes straight to the direction of the latest key pressed.

 

Since with free mouse drawing, you can also draw diagonally without triggering the pixels around it, so it should also be possible with the arrow keys, so I see this as a bug.

 

Tank you for listening!

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Kevin Crans

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First I do just single arrow key, right and up. After that I keep repeating diagonals, some of them I manage to do somewhat, with some, it only moves 1 pixel in and then travels straight.

I'm guessing that's it?

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On 6/7/2019 at 7:49 PM, Zagna said:

First I do just single arrow key, right and up. After that I keep repeating diagonals, some of them I manage to do somewhat, with some, it only moves 1 pixel in and then travels straight.

I'm guessing that's it?

aHR0cDovL3d3dy5sYXB0b3BtYWcuY29tL2ltYWdlDear Zagna,

 

This is a bug that I also saw using

 

a notebook pointing stick,

 

on 100% zoomed in of course. 

 

(Also when go in windows 10 to settings>easy_of_access>interaction>mouse and turn on mouse keys, now I think of it)

 

 

But I meant holding the left mouse-click and then holding the down key and then holding the right key at the same time with the pencil.

 

This draws a horizontal line first and then a vertical line instead of a line diagonally right-down, this also happens without clicking with hovering.

 

Sorry, most of the times I report bugs I usually explain a little more.

 

Thank you both for your support!

 

I hope these both issues will be fixed and see you later.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Kevin Crans

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fixed positioning correction and clearer setting explenation

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