Tragetaschen Posted December 7, 2020 Share Posted December 7, 2020 (edited) I can reproducibly break the "Color" dialog's rendering immediately after the startup of Paint.NET 4.2.14 - Start Paint.NET - Immediately when visible, grab the window and drag it so the Color dialog is (partly) off-screen There is a notable pause during startup between the first time the window is visible and Paint.NET is actually reacting to user input. Moving the Window has to happen during that time and you won't get a reaction to that dragging until the initial lag is over. I currently have the Roslyn solution open in VS which helps clogging up my CPU and enlarging that time window considerably 🙄 The net result is an invalid rendering of the Color dialog and results are different between attempts. They reach from an entirely empty dialog, to various partial renderings: The cut-off for the wheel in the first image is where the bottom of my monitor is after dragging the window down. The next paint event will resolve the situation, for example clicking on the Color dialog's title bar. Edited December 7, 2020 by Tragetaschen Add version number Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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