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You know you're addicted to Paint.NET/the PDN forum when...

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...when you logon every day day after you get home from school/work.

...when you make your own website/blog talking about Paint.NET.

...when you recommend this software to a teacher.

...when you take the time to read half the posts in this topic.

...when you are almost late for work/school because you got on your computer just to mess around with Paint.NET.

...when you laugh at people that are using Microsoft Paint to edit pictures.

...when you can think of more than five things to add off the top of your head.

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...when you logon every day day after you get home from school/work.

...when you make your own website/blog talking about Paint.NET.

...when you recommend this software to a teacher.

...when you take the time to read half the posts in this topic.

...when you are almost late for work/school because you got on your computer just to mess around with Paint.NET.

...when you laugh at people that are using Microsoft Paint to edit pictures.

...when you can think of more than five things to add off the top of your head.

ive actually done all of these, minus the last one lol.

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PDN will not actually let you do that lol. Probally to stop you destroying your pc and them being held responsible.

Correct

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When Paint.NET runs out of numbers and does this: (note the file size!)

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You register just to post in this thread.

How could you be addicted to the forum without posting here first? You could GET addicted from your first post, but if you don't have an account in the first place, it's like saying you're addicted to looking at cigarette boxes...

-You refute someone's reply in this thread.

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You register just to post in this thread.

How could you be addicted to the forum without posting here first? You could GET addicted from your first post, but if you don't have an account in the first place, it's like saying you're addicted to looking at cigarette boxes...

-You refute someone's reply in this thread.

You could be reading the interesting posts. You don't need to be registered to do that...

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As I said...

it's like saying you're addicted to looking at cigarette boxes...

But never lighting one.

(I don't smoke.)

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You know you're addicted to Paint.NET/the PDN forum when...

You don't need to read through all 58 pages of this thread to know that what you are about to post isn't a repeat.

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...you are furious when you cannot :AddNewLayer: smiley on AIM

...you almost die when your school needs Photoshop use for an A+

...when someone asks for help using a plugin, you instantly write another one in hope of looking helpful

...you are angry when you cannot Frosted Glass your girlfriend to make her less ugly

...you go to the church of Brewster with Reverend David.Atwell and Deacon BoltBait presiding

...you go to aforementioned church once a day for five hours before spening your remaining 18.5 on the forums changing your signature

...you correct Rick on programming multiple times a day

...your posts-per-day is more than BoltBait's or D.A's (PPD is what counts :))

EDIT: Ok, nvm not more than D.A., but a full PPD more than BoltBait

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when you sit all the night and playing around with PDN even if you have to go to school/work the day after

when you walking outside and looking at something do you wonder if it is possible to make something that looks like that in PDN

( i do ) :P

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...when someone asks for help using a plugin, you instantly write another one in hope of looking helpful

If you call writing worse versions of many common plugins at the asker's request...

...you correct Rick on programming multiple times a day

You say "correct?"

...your posts-per-day is more than BoltBait's or D.A's (PPD is what counts :))

I (15.56) am more than three times sadder than BoltBait (4.78).

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...when you re-create the mona lisa for fun in under 10 minuites. Without using effects.

...when you want to slap annoying people who press buttons and don't know what their doing.

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When you are working on something and you dream about what would make it better....

when the PDN forum is the first thing you do every morning and the last thing before you go to bed.

when you realize 99% of the people you talk to live in the computer :cry:

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To give credit where credit is due, Ed Harvey has helped Rick with Paint.NET numerous times, the most recent of which was helping track down some memory leaks. As far as me correcting Rick, well that's just hilarious to think about. They have both helped improve my programming practices more than you can imagine (even though Rick still balks at some most of my decisions). Rick and Ed are both quite educated and experienced - I'm in high school writing a few lines of code between essays. They're both orders of magnitude beyond me. (For now... :twisted: )

You know you're addicted to the forum when you take a break from preparing a presentation to write the above.

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