March 22, 2023

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The first thing I noticed was that, even though Paint.NET is still a beta, its a lot better than the beta it used to be. They just released v2.0. I got a clue why Paint.NET is such a success when it goes out of beta and isnt really supported anymore. According to the download page, the version number is “01/15/2017”. I guess its a good thing Paint.NET is being released and not being ignored.

And as with all versions, you dont have to pay. Paint.NET is completely free to use, modify, and distribute for all personal, commercial, academic, and governmental use. Paint.NET is available in English, French, German, Spanish, and Japanese. And again, thanks for any support you are willing to give!

Well, not entirely true. Both Windows Store and Desktop Bridge apps can access the AppData folder- they have too, its where their local settings are stored. The only difference is they can only ever access *their* AppData folders, no one elses, and cant arbitrarily browse through them. And heck, Paint.Net has one created for it by default when installed through the store (AppData/Local/Packages/[PDN]/AppData which is can access. Not a horrible places to store things, if not the easiest for users to find.

Ive wanted to put Paint.NET into the Windows Store for awhile, but I couldnt determine a way to monetize it that fit in with the existing distribution philosophy. Microsoft wont allow you to accept payments or solicit donations except through their billing system, which meant that the Help menus Donate link had to go. And, since updates are handled automatically in the background, the polite Please donate! link in the updater was effectively gone as well. So if I were to give away Paint.NET for free on the Windows Store, anyone who installed it from there would probably never even see the tip jar and be encouraged to contribute.

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The Paint.NET app supports RAW images, but it doesnt support RAW+JPEG or RAW+TIFF. Lightroom has always been able to do both those things. You can export as various types of image formats including BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, TGA, PSD, PCD, and even PDF. Thats handy. The PSD support is a little iffy. I get PSD files with dead libpsd.dll. I cant figure out why, but I cant just tell Paint.NET to use libpsd.dll. So not all PSD files work. If you use a plugin, the PSD will likely not convert properly. There are two other issues with PSD files I find: 1) Sometimes images appear as transparent, which I find really strange. Paint.NET has no reason to generate transparent images but Paint CS6 does. 2) Some images appear to have left and right tags that point to garbage data, or just incorrect data. This is a problem when you have layers inside of other layers, such as when you use a mask to mask out some areas.

In addition to RAW, there are a couple of other file types that Paint.NET can handle. The ones I use the most are JPG and BMP. BMP is a raster format, so you have to scale a bit before you can export to it. But once you do, its fast. Even though BMPs can be quite large, Ive never run into the kind of slowdown Ive seen with PNG images. The other advantage of BMP is that it compresses well. The JPGs are nice because they have all the speed benefits of a true JPEG, including lossless transparency.

Paint.NET is better suited to the casual user than the professional, thanks to its lack of enough features for serious work and its purely functional. I was reminded of how difficult it was to create text labels on an image, since the API is there, but in an unexamined manner. I also tried out some of the tool functionality, like the paint bucket tool. I could define a new brush, but in many cases, the brush would not display or load. The option to turn on or off the floating toolbox was absent, which made it hard to see where to change tools. The shadow blending mode would not work with one of my images, which made me think perhaps I didnt have enough RAM installed.

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OK, so, back on topic. Now that you know the major problems Paint.NET V4 has, please, please, please, tell me what you think about the image quality when exporting a ‘paint’ from Paint.NET 3.5 to Paint.NET V4. I mean, I know that Paint.NET V4 is in development and I know it’s not available yet, but most people I ask about it like it better and they should be able to tell me how it is for them.

I have no data on this yet, but I’d be shocked if the Paint.NET team did more than a cursory glance at this, because I have a strong feeling that Paint.NET 3.5 for Windows 10 does not and will not support Retina. In fact, I doubt it even supports DPI lower than 80. So, if you decide to use Paint.NET V4 (and I’m pretty sure you will), you’ll need to make sure that when you export your Paint.NET image to a different app, that app can easily adjust its own DPI settings. The Paint.NET team doesn’t seem to be concerned with Retina right now, and I have no idea why.

Most people will probably be shocked when they turn on their computer on day 1 of Paint.NET V4… oh, I almost forgot, that’s the day it will be out, right? This is the only widely known disappointment that I can find online, and the comments on this post lead me to believe that this is the only reason it’s a big issue.

Myself: I cannot confirm nor deny I have any issues. My GPU is a PCI, NVidia. My only issue is that the UI is so amazingly buggy. I tried to use it on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, but both times I was made to feel like an idiot when I tried to do simple things and found that I couldn’t do so with any degree of success. I don’t want to write the kind of stuff in the blog comments that people use forums for. All I can say is that I still love Paint.NET so much that it makes it impossible for me to switch over to v4 (and I will be changing over to v4, sometime soon). I absolutely need my brush sets, and the things I do, I need to do them fast. If is unusable for you, well, that’s just too bad.

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Paint.NET System Requirements

Paint.NET System Requirements

  • Supported operating systems:
  • Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10
  • Latest version of Paint.NET works with Windows XP SP2 or later

What’s new in Paint.NET

What's new in Paint.NET

  • Thickness tool in the Brush panel in addition to the width and type
  • The Snapping setting has been removed and can be accessed under Edit | Options | Tools
  • Resize presets are now found under Edit | Options | Environment
  • Active Brush (Bold) is now under Edit | Options | Brush
  • Pinch to zoom has been removed. One of the best features of Paint.NET was how it could use multiple clicks as a pinch and zoom and bring back the object in place
  • Improved selections
  • Customize panel options
  • Drawing selection enhancements

Paint.NET Ultra Registration Number

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Paint.NET Registration Serial Key

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