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Do any of you know where to find Paint.NET v1.0? I haven't been using Paint.NET for that long, and would like to see what the first version was like.

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Do any of you know where to find Paint.NET v1.0? I haven't been using Paint.NET for that long, and would like to see what the first version was like.

Seriously, man, have you even read the rules?

8) Do not ask for older versions of Paint.NET. This is a corollary to #7, but I'm spelling it out separately anyway. We will not provide download links for them -- you are on your own to find them (hint: try a search engine).

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Why don't we put link on main site about no asking for old version, that way people will stop asking here.

There is.

8) Do not ask for older versions of Paint.NET. This is a corollary to #7, but I'm spelling it out separately anyway. We will not provide download links for them -- you are on your own to find them (hint: try a search engine). Along with this, don't ask about Windows 2000 support. Seriously. You may think you have some new question or insight, and that's definitely possible, but this is not something that will be added back in to a future release of Paint.NET. End of discussion. If you want to complain about this, then don't talk about it here -- just write on your blog or something instead, please.
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OMG. Just a couple members to register until we reached 20,000. :shock:

Then again we have so much here with no posts at all...

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^ Not bad. Only two things I'd point out (which means you're already officially better than my boss :roll: ).

1) div#space

It would probably be better to directly give it a height than use an out-of-context break-rule to pad it out.

2) div#right

Generally, position:fixed is used for one-off elements, like ThickBox pop-up images or DHTML dialog boxes - things that are only shown when they require the user's direct attention. Using position:fixed "fixes" the element to that area of the visible browser window, removing the element from the document rendering flow. As such, position:fixed elements do not extend the document, meaning they won't trigger a scroll bar if they go off the bottom of the page. It also means they don't scroll with the page, so if your document got taller, it would always be taking up that area, regardless of how far down you scrolled.

I see you have left:80%; right:0; in order to give it a dynamic width. The same can be accomplished with width:20%; float:right;, though you will have to remove the right margin to get it to line up with the header block - since it's position:fixed at the moment, it ignores the body margins that push the header away from the edge of the page.

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I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

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Any comments on the code? It passed the w3 validator...

CMD is a lot more knowledgeable than I on the subject of web design, but I'll go ahead and add that your stylesheet should probably be in a separate file.

It's a very calming color scheme. I like it :D

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