bleh Posted June 30, 2014 Share Posted June 30, 2014 (edited) The new version of Paint.net really is a triumph in its own successions but for the moment is simply broken to me. Not only do the new features impede my work, but they also dramatically reduce the blazing speeds of the previous version's already existing features, such as box selection and saving, though this is partially my own fault (my laptop is nearing its sixth year of age). There are three hideous discrepancies in this new version that hinder my ability to do what I love, and so I list them here so that they may be repaired in a future update: When using the brush tool on the canvas when antialiasing is disabled, width three renders as width two. Sections of the canvas erased by the eraser are selectable as seperate entities even when the canvas is transparent. In other words, the eraser tool functions like the brush tool with only one color that contradicts all the others. Courier, a naturally aliased font face, no longer appears in the font list. There may be others missing but I have not bothered to compare the extensive font lists between the previous version and this one. In the meantime between these annoyances being rubbed out and now, I will revert to the last working iteration of the program as this one is (to put it lightly) unusable. Attached is an image of the bugs I am referencing. Good day to you all. EDIT: Actually, it seems there is no legitimate way to reacquire the old version. Edited June 30, 2014 by bleh Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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