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When you say "pin" do you mean you want to be able to keep the tools window outside of Paint.NET? I don't think you can do that. I just know that you can move it outside the Paint.NET widow, but not pin it outside the window.

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You can't "dock" them to the taskbar or anything, no. But you can move them wherever you'd like them inside the window. :-)

 

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Right now, no, you cann't dock the floating tool windows to the outside edges of the main window.

This is something I considered back when I was developing this code 3 years ago for the v3.0 release. I think the "snap manager" code supports it but there wasn't anyone asking for this feature so I decided not to enable it so I could limit the amount of testing that had to be done. (which had the effect of increasing the testing and stabilization I could do elsewhere, mind you)

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...there wasn't anyone asking for this feature so I decided not to enable it so I could limit the amount of testing that had to be done. (which had the effect of increasing the testing and stabilization I could do elsewhere, mind you)

Sounds like fair judgment to me. Do you think this feature could end up in Paint.NET sometime in the future, though? I think it would be rather convenient for people with large monitors/dual monitors.

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