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This Michael guys trying to steal the wonders Paint.net have created :) You should do something about him as you guys have put so much time and effort into making all this .

Im pretty new so i guees he has done it before?

Didnt he get a warning then and they say next time you get booked?

Shoulda been like that :roll:

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We <...> pwned Photoshop CS3!! Take that Adobe! xD

This Michael J. Hardy is even to stupid to remove the istock watermark with his "own" program. I tried it once, it's pretty easy when you know how. Hint: Blending Modes.

If I see how he cut out the crayons on the "Creative Paint" logo with the magic wand it appears to me that he is probably a 12 year old homeschooled infant who believes no one will ever get him for his piracy.

This Michael kid molested other opensource softwares too:

http://youfailit.net/random/ripoff/mozillalite/

If I see such website layout I think I couldn't eat as much as I want to puke out again o_O

Sweet:

http://www.geocities.com/doomclone2/

He can't even write the word "experience"...

Damn this guy isn older than I expected him to be: http://youfailit.net/?p=49

http://sam.zoy.org/blog/2007-05-26-bitt ... el-j-hardy

If you want to visit him

Michael J. Hardy

615 Old Hwy 66

Bourbon, Missouri 65441

>_>

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I AM NOT A SCAM OR RIP OFF ARTIST! DUE NOT LISTEN TO THESE LIES!

He doesn't know how to spell anything... And his "sites" defile the word "webdesign".

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I hope all of you know that it was proven Michael J. Hardy is the victim of identity theft. That is why there is always so much reference to his family and details about his family on each site dedicated to the crapware 'he' posts.

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Well, Rick can't. As far as Paint.NET is concerned, though he's done a million unethical things, he's done nothing illegal.

Sadly.

Anyway, this is a discussion about Paint.NET and articles about its rising star, not a continued discussion of Michael J Hardy. Back on topic, please!

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Reading the latest PC World issue, Steve Bass says that Paint.Net is his choice of Photo Editors, since it is powerful and easy to use, and PhotoShop is too complex. (Will look at their site later to find links to article.)

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Well, Rick can't. As far as Paint.NET is concerned, though he's done a million unethical things, he's done nothing illegal.

Unless he added plugins to the installation, which is blatantly violating intellectual property rights.

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Well, Rick can't. As far as Paint.NET is concerned, though he's done a million unethical things, he's done nothing illegal.

Unless he added plugins to the installation, which is blatantly violating intellectual property rights.

They still aren't copyrighted by law. and Creative Commons, while it sounds nice, it does little to stop people ripping off your hard work.

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They still aren't copyrighted by law.
You couldn't be more wrong.
Whatev! There is a big difference between Laws and legal rules...

There's even a larger difference between UK laws and US copyright laws.

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There's a large headline on download.com frontpage today.

Today on Download.com

Photoshop killer?

Free and focused Paint.NET packs in photo-editing tools to crop, rotate, resize images, and adjust colors for some of the most common image formats. The editor supports layers and effects, though red-eye removal is a weak point.

Get Paint.NET for Windows

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I have tried, and gave up on using PDN on red eye removal, after using the lasso or other selection tool. I have been using XN view or ACDSee 10 for that purpose. I have tried PS elements to do it, and it's not any better than PDN, IMO :lol:

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Paint.NET's red eye removal is quite poor, this is a fact. I asked pyrochild if he was interested in making a better version but he was doing something else ...

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Paint.NET's red eye removal is quite poor, this is a fact. I asked pyrochild if he was interested in making a better version but he was doing something else ...

In Corel Photo Paint, the red eye removal is a tool, not an effect. When you select the tool, the cursor changes into an eye, then you simply click on in the center of the eye you want corrected and the tool handles the rest (including figuring out the proper size, etc.)

Perhaps you could change yours to match?

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