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Not exactly sure how we went from saving all the images to closing them by accident...

 

However, the two are related in that, if you close paint.net without saving, you will be prompted to save what hasn't been saved. Sooo...

Crazy as it may sound, if you want to save everything that is open, just click the little red "x" in the top right and click "save" in the window the pops up.

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Well I think Jubbes isn't wanting to exit, and just wants to save everything in one go.

 

It's not possible with 1 command, and I have no plans to implement this.

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Well I think Jubbes isn't wanting to exit, and just wants to save everything in one go.

True, but (I'm quite sure you) realize that I'm no developer, so the best I can do is give workarounds ;)

As far as I know, closing paint.net is the fastest way to save everything that is open...unless you have something else hidden up your sleeve...

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  • 4 months later...

Long time (satisfied) user of paint.net - I would find this feature quite valuable. One task I use paint.net for is capturing screenshots of presentations. I then annotate them in real time as I listen to the presentation. Depending upon the length of the presentation this can easily result in many images open. Usually I want to save these snapshots for later review. This is where a function to save all images with a naming scheme would be very useful. Otherwise, I'm forced to save each slide individually (and manually). You might argue I'm using the wrong tool for the job but keep in mind that paint.net is almost always running on my box.

 

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This is a rather old thread (take a look at the forum rules, resurrecting old threads is against those rules). Also note that before making a feature request you must check this thread: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/2940-popular-feature-requests/ , which has currently had this feature added to it.

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