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Who said I was ignoring the feature? I've actually done a fair amount of investigation in to this.

Plus there's something of a 5 year backlog of features at this point.

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Rick I completely understand as far as the backlog of feature requests. I've done programming before and know it can take a long time to correctly implement new features. But I did have 1 comment and 1 question:

1. Should it be pretty easy to simply give the option to not use the Photo Printing Wizard and just use the standard Windows Print that comes up in almost every other program? This would give the option to "just print" like many want with no large feature implementations. People would then not have to do weird things like opening it up in MSPaint or Word just to use the standard Windows Print interface. (if this is already an option I'm sorry but I couldn't find it or reference of it)

2. While having your own Paint.NET custom print interface might be a pain to implement...it does seem like an application that is as nice and well rounded as Paint.NET would have something like that.

Keep up the good work!!!

-Greg

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Rick I completely understand as far as the backlog of feature requests. I've done programming before and know it can take a long time to correctly implement new features. But I did have 1 comment and 1 question:

1. Should it be pretty easy to simply give the option to not use the Photo Printing Wizard and just use the standard Windows Print that comes up in almost every other program? This would give the option to "just print" like many want with no large feature implementations. People would then not have to do weird things like opening it up in MSPaint or Word just to use the standard Windows Print interface. (if this is already an option I'm sorry but I couldn't find it or reference of it)

2. While having your own Paint.NET custom print interface might be a pain to implement...it does seem like an application that is as nice and well rounded as Paint.NET would have something like that.

Keep up the good work!!!

-Greg

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