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Suggestion: Notification to user on open of .DLL


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There have been many questions regarding installation of plugins with problems as users have tried to open the plugin with Paint.NET and I predict there are many more without the courage to ask.

I am proposing a new mini-feature to Paint.NET. When a .dll is opened, a messagebox would be shown explaining to the user that informs them that this is not how to install plugins and gives them a link to the appropriate information on the web and/or explains to them how to install plugins.

Your Thoughts?

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But when people try to edit the canvas later, won't Paint.NET try to overwrite the DLL with the image data?

 

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