wakanasakai Posted September 30, 2011 Share Posted September 30, 2011 (edited) OS = Windows 7 home premium 32-bit version. To whoever is supposed to answer this kind of question, I have a request. (For the rest of this topic, I'll refer to Paint.NET as PDN.) I have made a portable version of PDN 3.5.8 (it only took about 5 minutes & zero programming). I know that there is a VERY big need for a portable version of it, so that would be extremely useful & appreciated by a lot of users of PDN. I too needed a portable version, because I couldn't install a NON-portable version of it, read next paragraph for why. For anybody who doubts that anybody would genuinely NEED a portable version of PDN, I'll explain. I had an earlier version of PDN (I forget now which version) installed on my Windows 7 computer. I was going to install the very latest version, so I deleted the older version first, but instead of running the un-installer, I deleted it manually. Before anybody starts getting violent about "Why did you do something that stupid?", I had no idea that deleting a program would basically blow Windows 7's brains out. After that, I couldn't BRIBE Windows 7 into re-installing any version of PDN, so I tried to make a portable version of it. As I said, I have made a portable version of PDN 3.5.8, & since it works in my situation, other who are in the "Un-install disaster situation" should also be able to use the same solution. So I request permission to upload this "PDN portable 3.5.8" (suggested name) to a place(s) of your choice so that everybody who has the required .NET framework can use it. Btw, my thanks go out to the creators of PDN & to LiberKey for making all of this possible. Edited September 30, 2011 by wakanasakai Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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