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  1. 1. How Long Have You Used Paint.net?

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So how long have you been using Paint.net. I'd like to see how much people have been using it for a while.

I've been using it since late summer last year.

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wow. ive had pdn longer than most of you...

I'm pretty close to you. I just joined the forums a lot later than you. :P

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LOL your a year away from me...

So says your sig...

My 700 post will be a tutorial/plugin... So until the this is my last post

I was going to say a years and a half, but it wouldn't fit. :P

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Paint.NET v2.7x

v2.72 Released: August 31st, 2006

This seems a prominent date in my life, so I guess from then. Over one year, but not quite one-and-a-half just yet.

As for me also. Prominent indeed. :)

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I first got PdN sometime last year. I can't remember exactly when. It's probably inbetween 1 and 1 1/2 years now. (I want to say June-August 2006) I remember back when I was using MS Paint for all my old stuff. The Rotate/Zoom feature was what I was most attracted to at first. Most of my very first PdN pictures were super simple. And generally involved changing the angle of text. Then I found the Firey Text tut. :P

Since that year+ started, I've definitely gotten better. I'm not quite as good as I'd like, but I can do what I need and I'm happy with it. I love this program. It's just... amazing. That's all there is to say. :D

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I find my forum join date to be more prominent than when I downloaded it. Reason being: When I got Paint.NET, I was a download junkie, getting anything that was free and highly rated (yes, including GIMP). It was only after I joined the forum that I started to play with it and become the enthusiast that I am today.

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LOL your a year away from me...

So says your sig...

My 700 post will be a tutorial/plugin... So until the this is my last post

I was going to say a years and a half, but it wouldn't fit. :P

then why did you write "about" instead of "over" :D?

I guess I wasn't thinking. :P

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When i downloaded Paint.NET i wasnt expecing to use it much, i downloaded it to mod games, hue mostly, but that was about 8 months ago though

i found it to be more useful then i thought, so then all of a sudden i got a new hobbie :mrgreen:

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