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Paint.NET v3.10 is now available


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You can get it at the website: http://www.getpaint.net , or via the built-in updater: Help -> Check for Updates.

Changes:

    * New: Soften Portrait effect, by David Issel, http://www.BoltBait.com .
    * New: Ink Sketch effect, by David Issel, http://www.BoltBait.com .
    * New: DirectDraw Surface (DDS) file format support, by Dean Ashton, http://www.dmashton.co.uk/ . Improved from the original source code by optimizing the DXT compression library ("Squish") to take advantage of multiple cores / processors.
    * New: "Paint.NET Search", available from the Help menu (shortcut key is Ctrl+E), allows you to search for Paint.NET help, forum posts, tutorials, plugins, and other related material: http://searchpaint.net (Note: This feature is only available in English.)
    * Improved: Visual fit-and-finish for the Layers window.
    * Improved: Visual fit-and-finish for the close / 'X' button on image thumbnails.
    * Improved: Small (about 5-10%) performance improvements for some effects such as Oil Painting, Frosted Glass, and Gaussian Blur.
    * Improved: Increased max brush size to 500, as per forum members request.
    * Improved: Expanded list of available font sizes up through 288.
    * Changed: The keyboard shortcut key for the Color Picker is now 'k'. This makes it so that the toolbar option, "After click: Switch to previous tool", is not useless for those using the keyboard shortcuts.
    * Fixed: In some cases, undoing an action that removed a layer would result in the un-removed layer not showing up until you resized the Layers window ("ghost layers").
    * Fixed: Pressing F1 from the main window no longer launches the online help in two browser tabs.
    * Fixed: Adding a new layer now adds it above the currently active layer, instead of at the very top of the layer list.
    * Fixed: Merge Down now activates the merged layer instead of the one above it.
    * Fixed: In Vista, clicking on a URL link from the installer will no longer launch the web browser with inherited, elevated privileges.
    * Fixed: Pressing Ctrl+[ no longer cancels out of drawing a line/curve, but instead decreases the brush size by 5 as expected.
    * Fixed: Ctrl+clicking on the brush size +/- buttons now changes the brush size in increments of 5.
    * Fixed: Save Configuration dialog would "creep downward" from its last position every time it was opened again.
    * Fixed: TGA codec now saves the # of alpha bits to the image descriptor byte. This was causing some other applications to load TGA files saved with Paint.NET as solid black images.
    * Fixed: Clicking the 'X' to close the Layer Properties dialog was not reverting changes made to the layer while the dialog was open.
    * Fixed: Installation will not proceed unless Paint.NET is closed, and will also not allow Paint.NET to be opened until installation is completed. This helps to ensure a fully coherent and complete installation or update.
    * Fixed: If a file failed to open, and there were no open images, and the user pressed either the Zoom In or Zoom Out toolbar buttons, then Paint.NET would crash.
    * Fixed: In Vista, it was possible to crash the Save As dialog by typing a filename that was too long.
    * Fixed: In Vista, it was possible to crash the updater if you let the UAC prompt time-out.
    * Fixed: It was possible to crash Paint.NET on some systems by clicking on a tool in the Tools window while the "Save As" dialog was open.

Enjoy!

The Paint.NET Blog: https://blog.getpaint.net/

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And the peasants, rejoice. :D

Hey.... :evil:

Rick you should replace Frosted Glass with Pyrochild's Frosted Glass+. (Why?) It is much faster (In one test it was 125 times faster) and it goes up to 100 instead of 10. 100 (On +) is faster then 10 (with regular).

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Wowzers, I didn't realize the list of changes was so long this time around. I guess they really just add up...

Thanks, Rick! It's a relief not to have half of the titlebar filled with numbers anymore ;)

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* Fixed: Adding a new layer now adds it above the currently active layer, instead of at the very top of the layer list.

For X = 1 to 1000000

...Print "Thankyou!!"

Next

I'm going old school C-64 basic on ya':

10 POKE 144,88
20 ?"Thank You!!"
30 GOTO 20

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How about some MS-Qbasic?

10 PRINT "Great, thanks!"
20 GOTO 10

Olllld schooool.

In other news, I was expecting 3.10 final long before the beta expired, but almost a month early? Awesome work! Downloading as soon as I get home to my computer.

 

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* Fixed: Adding a new layer now adds it above the currently active layer, instead of at the very top of the layer list.

For X = 1 to 1000000

...Print "Thankyou!!"

Next

I'm going old school C-64 basic on ya':

10 POKE 144,88
20 ?"Thank You!!"
30 GOTO 20

I speak the language... ;)

for (int i = 0; i < 1000000; i++)
   Console.Writeln("Thank you!");

Thanks Rick! :D

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I hate when code is written without the curly brackets!

Write your code as follows, its cleaner, easier to read and understand.

for (int i = 0; i < 1000000; i++)
{
   Console.Writeln("Thank you!");
}

* Fixed: Adding a new layer now adds it above the currently active layer, instead of at the very top of the layer list.

For X = 1 to 1000000

...Print "Thankyou!!"

Next

I'm going old school C-64 basic on ya':

10 POKE 144,88
20 ?"Thank You!!"
30 GOTO 20

I speak the language... ;)

for (int i = 0; i < 1000000; i++)
   Console.Writeln("Thank you!");

Thanks Rick! :D

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