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Well its just a matter of running it headless.

It uses the command pattern and so can be done.

But there are some difficultires in getting the headless code base running i found whne attemtping it. Mainly because of the unmanageg code hooks.

I cant believe there is not a huge community dong this as its immensly useful to leverage the pant.net code base for dong server side processing.

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I cant believe there is not a huge community dong this as its immensly useful to leverage the pant.net code base for dong server side processing.

Yes I'm utterly amazed that a project intended to run on desktops doesn't already have a huge crew of people doing all of your work for you. Oh the humanity! :roll:

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Yes I'm utterly amazed that a project intended to run on desktops doesn't already have a huge crew of people doing all of your work for you. Oh the humanity! :roll:

So what you are saying is that you have no interest in making it web compatible? What if someone financed the expansion into the server side?

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So what you are saying is that you have no interest in making it web compatible? What if someone financed the expansion into the server side?

If they have the money to finance all that, then they hardly need the Paint.NET code in the first place. You're talking about hundreds of thousands of US$ for software that's already been written by probably 10+ other vendors.

And like pyro said ... sheesh, you are rather late to the party. Even the wine-from-water is gone by now.

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