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Perhaps you could change yours to match?

Regardless of what type of UI is employed, the rendering algorithm is still not very good.

I bet Tanel could write a better algorithm.

I'm curious where he wondered off to...

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Perhaps you could change yours to match?

Regardless of what type of UI is employed, the rendering algorithm is still not very good.

I bet Tanel could write a better algorithm.

...

Yes! :mrgreen:

To be honest I never paid attention to red-eye removal effect.

But I certainly see potential there.

Perhaps I post something in the plugins development section soon.

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After recently finding this application (thank you Moneysavingexpert.com) I have found that it looks like it will be able to satisfy all my needs.
MoneySavingExpert - free office software[/url]":2ycmu03h]
  • [*:2ycmu03h]Pro-style graphic design: Paint.net.
    Originally conceived as a University project, Paint.net is about as close as you can get to Adobe's pro software without spending. It's not as feature-packed, yet still includes pro-design staples such as layering, and a plethora of nice looking effects. What's more, it's easy to use too; its original mission statement was that it should be instantly familiar to users of MS Paint.

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This is a very strange quote. At first, it seems well put for Paint.NET but something feals eery about it:

UX Evangelist[/url]":2xqmi1l9]MS Paint: In terms of functionality, imagine a software somewhere between the currently-existing MS Paint and the wonderful Paint.NET freeware application. Make everything accessible through a ribbon bar (tabs ‘n all) ala Office 2007 and voila. Even remoted in, the performance was quite nice. All of you users who love MS Paint but still need a second photo editing application just to do that one thing or two that Paint won’t do (like working with transluscent/transparent .png files)will be delighted to know that you may very well no longer need said second application. Bear in mind that this is MS Paint as it currently exists in a milestone 3 build OS not scheduled to be completed until mid to late 2009, so a lot could still change between now and then. Long story short, regardless of what changes, rest assured that MS Paint is going to be the cat’s pajamas!

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We have Paint.NET in our school too, but we will use Corel Paint Shop Pro in the image manipulation short course. The Paint.NET is also version 3.22 and updating it is strictly prohibited. :(

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