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2.5 Release Candidate 2 is now available

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Grab it via the updater (File -> Updates -> Check Now, and make sure the "also check for betas" is enabled), or at our download page: http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/download.html

Ended up taking 3 high priority bug fixes for this one:

* Fixed: Crash when working with images and selections with an area of exactly 16,384 pixels (e.g., 128 x 128)

* Fixed: Rectangle selection ignored when the closed polygon of the mouse's trace path was outside the canvas area, even if the bounding rectangle was within bounds

* Fixed: Resource manager ignoring language setting when retrieving strings on a background thread.

Still on track for November 30th final release! With any luck this should be the last Release Candidate.

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I'm not 100% sure, but when I updated just a moment ago with the updater, when it downloaded, the string was in finnish. Took a while. But for the brief moment it extracted it... I could've sworn the string wasn't translated.

So I check the .resx file because I thought I had all translated. Bingo, all the UpdateDialog strings are done, including the Extracting... one.

So.... I uninstall Paint.NET 2.5RC2 and google for RC1 and install it. Time to give another update a go. Bingo.

Yet another l10n bug?


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If you've chosen to make Paint.NET the default editor for .[extention] images, then you need only right-click -> Edit to open it in Paint.NET.

If it's not in your "Open With >" roll-out, select "Choose Program..." and look in the list for Paint.NET. After you've used it to open an image once, it should stay in your "Open With >" submenu so you don't have to select it from the list again. The more often you use Paint.NET to open images from the "Open With >" submenu, the higher in the list it will get.

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