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Well ever since this past summer, I have fallen in love with pdn. No matter what programs I try out, I always do the final touches with PdN.

I just though it would be nice to rick, if everyone post here their gratitude to Rick for his PdN project, and for keeping it going on with updates, beta's, plug-ins, etc. So let's aim for 10 Pages!

And if this is overdone by others, or is breaking the rules (I don't know how thanking the developer is breaking the rules, though) Then please d.a or Ash, please close.

So I'll start....

Rick I wanna than you personally for all your effort into your PdN project and development. YOU DA MAN!

tHs

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I think that these type of posts would go in the Paint.NET [current version] thread. ... I dunno though. :/

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In any case, you've done an outstanding at developing your program. As far as I'm concerned you've made one of the single greatest pieces of software ever.

A minute to learn, a lifetime to master.[/Othello]

Great work, man! :D :D

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Thank you very much Rick! Your constant work with Paint.NET and your loyalty to the community you have almost singlehandedly farmed yourself deffinetly takes commitment, and I want to personally thank you for that. You have opened up a very different world for me, one in which that I can spread to others by you having done all of this work without a true price. Thank you, Rick!

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Rick, I would like to say a good ol' gramercy* for sacrificing time and money (see Rick's bundleware blog post) to create a program beyond all previous imagination and supporting it's development into the deep forboding annals of time.**

*archaic word for "Thanks"

**Basically:

"Thanks Rick!"

:D

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Rick, Thank you for the wonderful program called Paint.NET. I truly appreciate the work that you have put into Paint.NET, along with all previous, future and current contributer. I hope that the development of Paint.NET continues. Again, Thank you Rick.

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Edited ;)

You're going to update that everytime uH makes a new post!? :shock:

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x posts that were used to aid fellow users of the software into which Rick put so much effort. Thus allowing him more time to develop the greatest software ever instead of answering menial questions from the unwashed masses...

Must've been what you meant. ;) Otherwise, it just kinda says that you like to talk a lot. <_<

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Well Rick, it's your fault I can't make a Paypal account. If I did, I would donate my life savings to you, which (though good for you) would be very bad for me. :D

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Rick. I just want you to know, that you are the maker of :wink: one of the most important things in my life.

(Try holding Ctrl and scrolling with your mouse wheel to read the fine print :wink: )

And, I respect you, for all your genius, for all your glory. :D

[sarcasm] Now, if we only we could add some glow with a 45 blur radius, max brightness and default contrast. Then you would be perfect. [/end sarcasm]

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(Try holding Ctrl and scrolling with your mouse wheel to read the fine print :wink: )

Whoa! I didn't know it did that!

Anywho, thanks again Rick for all the work you put into PdN. We really do appreciate it!

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I had a 30 day trial of Adobe Flash CS3 and I was going to become insane because of the zoom function. You can't zoom in and out by left and right clicking as with PdN.

I never used Adobe Flash again, although the smoothness of the hand drawn paintbrush lines was better :D

Hip Hip Hurray to the maker of PdN! :mrgreen:

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Not a geek? I like being a geek. Geekyness shows enthusiasm. Nerd though: ouch.

(And that final 'thank you' was not a 'thank you for having read my bleating', but 'thank you for PDN'. Perhaps I should have made that more clear...)

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(Try holding Ctrl and scrolling with your mouse wheel to read the fine print :wink: )

Or simply copy and paste into notepad.

Or hit "Quote" and read between the tags. :-)

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