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Oftentimes, I'll download an image from the internet, which I will then edit. Sometimes, these images are gifs, bmps, what have you. I want to save them to jpeg format but sometimes I'll forget before transfering them to my personal media player (which doesn't support gifs).

Is there a way to set the default save format to jpeg?

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There is no way to do this. Paint.NET automatically defaults to .PNG (flattened) or .PDN (layered).

 

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Can we suggest this as an option for the next release? I too save almost everything in Jpeg and would like to be able to set that as the default.

I second this suggestion. The ability to set a preference to save as Jpeg (or whatever) as default would be a BIG PLUS in my book. I'm sure lots of other users would welcome it as well.

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Agree that this is an desired feature request; it will save me much time in my work if it was available. How hard could it be to add it?

And while we're looking gift horses in the mouth, I would love to see some form of macro playback or batch editing feature added as well... ;^)

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