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Rick Brewster

Paint.NET v3.5.3 is now available

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This update fixes a few small bugs. As usual there are two ways to get it:

    1. Download directly from the website, http://www.getpaint.net/ . There is no need to uninstall the old version; that will be taken care of automatically.
    2. Preferred: Use the built-in updater from within Paint.NET. You can go to Utilities->Check for Updates, or you can wait for the following update dialog to show up automatically within the next week or so:
    20091119_pdn351installAtExit.png

Changes and fixes since v3.5.2:

    * Fixed DirectDraw Surface (.dds) file format support for CPUs which do not have SSE2 (Pentium III, Athlon XP)
    * Fixed an issue with the File->Save dialog related to file type plugins that were only written for opening (importing).
    * Fixed some crashes which were supposed to be "out of memory" errors.
    * Fixed a race condition with the New Image, Canvas Size, and Resize dialogs. If you typed extremely fast you could cause a crash by typing a negative number and immediately pressing OK or Enter.
    * Fixed a File->Save dialog issue in Win7/Vista where it could ask you about overwriting the wrong file.

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Hi,

Followed the steps recommended - could not load the dlls and the program crashes. I'm using a 64 bit Windows 7 system and was running Paint.net 3.5.1 with no problems

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...could not load the dlls...

I'm not sure what you mean by this.

...and the program crashes.

Got a crash log for me? (pdncrash.log, on the desktop)

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No need to post that in two places. It's already in the troubleshooting thread; you're just making it harder for yourself to find the answers. :-P

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Thanks, Rick!

Fixed a race condition with the New Image, Canvas Size, and Resize dialogs...

I find it hard to believe that Paint.NET would show any racial prejudice... That must be a typo. :?)

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