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4.1.7 Crashing when trying to open a file

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Looks like the same issue @Seerose reported at https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/114503-paintnet-417-alpha-build-7104/?do=findComment&comment=559274

 

 

I should have a fix for the next build.

 

The reason this is happening is you have a "bad" DLL in your FileTypes plugin folder. For now, as a short-term workaround, you can rename your FileTypes directory to FileTypes.bak (or just anything else).

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Yes,of course. If you rename the FileTypes folder then the plugins won't be loaded. Agif is a plugin.

 

We're still waiting for a fixed Agif plugin. @Pixey may know more at this point.

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18 hours ago, Rick Brewster said:

Yes,of course. If you rename the FileTypes folder then the plugins won't be loaded. Agif is a plugin.

 

We're still waiting for a fixed Agif plugin. @Pixey may know more at this point.

 

@Seerose Unfortunately @midora's Animated Images  Plugins: ImaGIF and ImaAPNG are not compatible with Paint.net version 4.1.7 but it still works in older versions of Paint.net.

 

I have contacted @midora via email, but he has not responded about whether he will be able to update the Plugin :(

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Every time there is a Paint.Net update I fear that some effects will no longer work and be lost. I think of TechnoRobbo's, midora's, Red Ochre's effects for example.😥

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<3 @Rick Brewster!

 

Thank you so much. Currently works great. :cake: :coffee:

 

<3 Dear @Pixey!

 

Thank you very much. But as I said: there is worse ... :cake: :coffee:

 

<3 Dear @Eli!

 

Believe me, I am always afraid.
Thankfully experienced members always willing to help. :cake: :coffee:

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