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http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/roadmap.htm

Paint.NET v2.2

Scheduled release: 2nd half of 2005

The major goals of this release will be to support localization to other languages, and to implement a few highly requested features. This list of possible features includes (but is not limited to) gradients, measurements available in inches and centimeters, GIF transparency support, TGA file format support, a much improved Text input and editing tool, and the ability to freely transform selections and selected pixels (rotation, scaling, etc.).

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Gradients have not been promised for v2.2, but they are definitely on our radar and are a higly requested feature. It's just that, right now, we have other highly requested features that are higher priority :)

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Yup. Almost every new poster requests gradients. I know I did...

But, hopefully soon, I'll finish my next tutorial: How to create linear gradients with Paint.NET. So, if v2.2 includes gradients, then my tutorial will quickly become antiquated...

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Well heck, technically you can do anything with Code Lab ..... you should see the crazy stuff Tom cooks up.

We're polishing up the new Rotate / Zoom which started out as a quick Code Lab hack. That thing is amazing for rapid prototyping, after which we bring it into the main Paint.NET code tree and flesh it out.

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  • 4 years later...

Yup. Almost every new poster requests gradients. I know I did...

But, hopefully soon, I'll finish my next tutorial: How to create linear gradients with Paint.NET. So, if v2.2 includes gradients, then my tutorial will quickly become antiquated...

I heard about Paint.Net from my college's computer tech department and was hopeful there was a searchable tutorial for newbies. After thanking you what you have developed, would asking for a tutorial be asking too much?

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