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Hi folks,

I love Paint.net, it is a wonderful program; however, I am slightly annoyed by the fact that when opening an image file from any directory, the Open dialogue under Paint.net has a tendency to set the directory in Thumbnail View by default. Perhaps, you can call this a feature suggestion, but for a future version, it might be a good idea to implement a "Remember Directory View" setting.

Thank you,

LB

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Hi folks,

I love Paint.net, it is a wonderful program; however, I am slightly annoyed by the fact that when opening an image file from any directory, the Open dialogue under Paint.net has a tendency to set the directory in Thumbnail View by default. Perhaps, you can call this a feature suggestion, but for a future version, it might be a good idea to implement a "Remember Directory View" setting.

Thank you,

LB

That's odd. I normally have the opposite problem.

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That's because I doubt you've used any other program based on the .NET framework. AFAIK, .NET is where Paint.NET gets its Open/Save dialog from; but I'm not entirely sure.

 

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