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OK/Cancel buttons overlap in file save details (alpha 4.300.7881)


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The OK button is mostly hidden behind the Cancel button, but both can still be clicked fine so it's more a nuisance than a deal breaker. Happens for both jpg and png options dialogs while saving. 

 

I know Windows 7 isn't supported anymore, but the buttons were placed just fine in the previous version. I use 125% DPI in Windows display settings (120 ppi); disabling DPI scaling for paint.net in compatibility options has no effect.

 

 

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Windows 7 is still supported, for Paint.NET anyway, for a bit longer.

 

I'm not seeing this happen on my laptop (w/ Win11) but I can poke around in a Win7 VM when I'm back from being AFK.

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As a random idea, what happens if you resize the window? Sometimes "jiggling the handle" can get things to work.

 

If that works, then I still need to put a fix in place, but at least it tells me a lot more about why this is happening and where the fix needs to go.

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19 hours ago, Rick Brewster said:

As a random idea, what happens if you resize the window? Sometimes "jiggling the handle" can get things to work.

 

If that works, then I still need to put a fix in place, but at least it tells me a lot more about why this is happening and where the fix needs to go.

 

If I resize the window, the buttons stay overlapped exactly the same way, they don't adjust their relative layout along the size change.

 

As for Win10... nah, I'm good until something absolutely mandatory starts requiring it -- yes, I've heard all arguments for updating to Win10 and they make sense, I don't want to get into the discussion why I still don't want to.  A "sorry, just not supported anymore" is enough.

 

Paint.NET is one of those absolutely mandatory things so... no rush making it Win10+ only if you ask me. :P

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It's happening sooner than you think. Quite possibly by end-of-year.

 

"Not supported" doesn't mean you don't get any support (like here on the forum). It means the app will not install.

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