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Hello, I have been using Paint.net for quite some time and recently been having to do a bit more manual editing. Using the paintbrush tool presents a few problems, however. When unselected, the paintbrush tool has this + in the center to indicate where the center is. This + goes away when you actually start using the paintbrush tool and you're only left with the circle. This makes it quite hard to follow along and keep the center where I would like it. Is there a way to keep this + available all the time? It seems like it should be rather simple but I have been googling for a few days now when I get the time and haven't seen anything about it. My current fix is to constantly click the mouse and apply about a thousand paintbrushes as this strobes the + so I can see where it is, but this is not ideal.

 

Thanks very much.

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It's been a few days so I figure it might be a good idea to try and describe this issue with more detail, despite this being a relatively simple problem.

 

Surprisingly, this seems to be partly a windows thing, as capturing my screen with print-screen or any other tool removed the precision pointer in the center.

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The cursor looks like this before using the paintbrush tool. After clicking down the left mouse button,

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The precision pointer disappears, making it difficult to stay right where I would like. I would like to fix this problem, thanks.

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This makes no sense to me as long as the paint in the brush is not at least semi-transparent.

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19 minutes ago, Rle said:

This makes no sense to me as long as the paint in the brush is not at least semi-transparent.

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Im currently tracing some edges and keeping an accurate paintbrush center really helps me do what im doing and the lack of a cursor in the center makes this a lot harder.

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