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I find it best to always redownload plugins and Paint.NET when doing a fresh install. That way, you get all the latest plugins.

Plugin authors often make changes and republish plugins. It pays to redownload every so often just to stay current.

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The suggestion of always reinstalling plugins is a good one for the reasons BoltBait mentions.

In a pinch, however, it should also work to just copy the Effects and FileTypes directories to the new system. I fully understand that sometimes (or often) (or always!), it just isn't something that's fun to do.

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