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CodeLab v6.7 for Paint.NET 5.0


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CodeLab v6.7

(for Paint.NET v5.0+)

 

Changes in Paint.NET v5.0 prevents older versions of CodeLab from running.  So, if you want to develop plugins in Paint.NET v5.0 you'll need to download CodeLab from this thread.

 

What's new:

 

No support for authoring GPU plugins just yet.  Honestly, @toe_head2001 just made enough changes to get CodeLab back to a working state.  We have TONS of plans for supporting all the new toys @Rick Brewster has given us plugin developers in Paint.NET v5.0 (such as tabs and the ability to write GPU accelerated plugins), but that's a long way off.  We've been working on updating our own plugins first so that we can learn the new techniques required for the next phase of CodeLab.  It has been a LONG journey and much progress has been made.  Be patient and eventually CodeLab will be updated further.

 

Download:

CodeLabInstaller607.zip

 

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My system is clean.  I just don't have a way to sign my installers.

 

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Reputable code signing costs over $500/year... so, I'm going to need LOTS more donations if I'm going to make that happen.

 

I just MIGHT be able to get a discount code signer... they only cost $60/year.  Investigating...

 

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Windows Defender will not let me download this.  As it seems to be a false positive, do I have to disable Defender to get this downloaded?

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@Pixey No, you don't need to disable Defender completely. You can add an exclusion.

 

See here:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/add-an-exclusion-to-windows-security-811816c0-4dfd-af4a-47e4-c301afe13b26?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#ID0EBF=Windows_11

 

If you're having trouble to do this (because Windows being so fast to delete the file), just disable "Real-time Protection" temporarily then add the exclusion.

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39 minutes ago, otuncelli said:

just disable "Real-time Protection" temporarily then add the exclusion.

 

Many thanks for your help @otuncelli but I have a dilemma as the 'download' doesn't complete and says "Unconfirmed.crdownload" which Defender doesn't recognize as an exclusion 😱

 

EDIT:  I did it after temporarily disabling Real-time.  Thank you so much for the help 😁

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