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Paint.NET does not have the full Photoshop feature set, but it does well enough for photo editing. The ability to create masks and change the selections that are applied to them is a nice feature that most editors should consider. Layer styles, brushes, gradients, and painting effects can also be created in a similar fashion as with many other photo editors.
Paint.NET also lets you output photos as web-friendly JPEGs for use on the Web. File sizes are quite modest at just 3.3MB. But like most other apps, you can zoom out to a full size image, and then crop and fit the image to the desired dimensions. Once youre done editing the image, you can either save it or add it to a library. For me, this is where the app begins to fall apart. I cant always find my libraries when I need them. In addition, the program doesnt seem to offer enough ways to sort my libraries by name. If you havent used PhotoFlow or its like, its probably not a big deal.
Paint.NET is a free product. And as such, you need a license to use it for commercial purposes. Currently, Paint.NET offers two editions: open source and desktop. The desktop edition has limited functionality and limits you to two concurrent projects, one of which must be a large scale project. The open source edition has no such limitations. The install is small and the app is easy to use. The only downside is that it does not seem to be regularly updated. A new version of Paint.NET hasnt been released since January 27, 2017.
Paint.NET’s goal is to be a very complete and professional tool that provides complete and professional quality image editing capability. Though it is free, users get what they pay for and should not expect a complete and professional product out of the box.
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While Ive been enjoying the new brushes, I’d mostly suggest this if you have a little bit of Photoshop experience. While Ive spend some time with GIMP, Paint.NET provides far more functionality in a comfortable interface, plus its relatively simple to switch. One of the biggest reasons you might want to use Paint.NET is because you can do everything you can in Photoshop without needing a ton of resources. Its possible to install a 64-bit version of Photoshop to get the full performance benefits, but Paint.NET runs just fine in a 32-bit version of Windows.
One of the main reasons I love Paint.NET, the main reason I wrote this, and the reason I recently started making progress on this project is I can create a program that works on any computer I choose! Nobody needs to have a 64-bit version of Windows in order to install Paint.NET, and even if they do, they still won’t be able to use all of the functionality.
I probably use Paint.NET on a daily basis. Its my paint program of choice for doing any crazy image manipulation, making custom brushes, and just generally doing anything I need to do to a photo.
Quite often when I create a new Photoshop workflow, it comes down to a few things: 1) to figure out how to do it in Paint.NET, and 2) to figure out how to do it in Photoshop. If I couldn’t do 1 then 2 becomes much easier.
However, this is not a bad thing. In fact, I’m taking away from this exercise for Bricscad is that by using Paint.NET and taking a similar approach, I’d certainly be able to develop a number of other tools very fast.
I haven’t looked at the older versions, but I understand the problem the OP posted from few years back. I believe this is when Resharper came into existence as well. I’m not aware of any such plugin for Paint.NET, but why not just make one? Thats been the custom part of the paint program for quite a while now.
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The only reason I still support Windows 8.1 is because so many websites still use it that I don’t want to completely cut myself off from them. If there is any functionality I can’t replicate in the Chromium-based Pixelmator, I’ll be dropping Windows 8.1 support altogether. There is a possibility however that I may extend support to Windows 8.1 on a case-by-case basis.
Same with Win 7, I can’t make money off of it. Paint.NET is open source, open source is free, and free is healthy for the industry, so I’ll still continue to support it on that platform.
I know this was a long-winded post, but I hope it makes a little bit of sense. I’d also appreciate it greatly if anyone can simply download and give it a try on Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 to help us test and diagnose any issues with it. I can be reached on my [Gmail](https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&fs=1&tf=1&to=kennethdagbrink%40gmail.com) if anyone would like to send me screenshots, remarks, or bugs you find.
For those of you not familiar with Paint.NET, think of it as a FREE, quick and simple image editing application (Windows Only) whose features range between good ole MSPaint and Adobe Photoshops (probably 3/4 of the way towards Photoshop). The great thing however about Paint.NET is that its very lightweight compared to the more sluggish GIMP or Photoshop applications not to mention its FREE. All versions prior to v4.x are completely unsupported.
The Paint.NET development team is planning to add a lot of support for Microsoft’s Office 365 service. It’s now in preview, meaning that it’s not officially supported yet. This will allow users to download and install Paint.NET directly from the Office 365 service for easier setup and management. You will be able to set the program to open automatically with the service, as well as update to the newest version on a regular basis. It’s also possible to let Paint.NET sync settings and history across different computers. Eventually, Paint.NET might even offer live editing across all Office 365 devices. Note that this feature is still in development and not guaranteed to ever be implemented.
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What’s new in Paint.NET
- Resizable brushes for non-rectangular images. Use the “Layer >> Resize” option to apply it to any layer.
- New option to restrict selection to image content: “>More >> Select”.
- Fixed #1282: Tooltips got cutoff in the Editor.
- Fixed #1274: Screen capture dialog #885: buttons don’t match expected size
- Fixed #1423: Paint.NET Reports.NET crash under certain conditions on certain systems
- Fixed #1477: Rectangular tool gets weird when screenshot saved
- Fixed #1499: export dialog crashes
- Fixed #1438: Fix several (27) issues with fonts that didn’t show up in Paint.NET.
- Fixed #1439: Wrong number of options in project properties
- Fixed #1464: DrawText.Text gets stuck in winforms input box
- Fixed #1433: Fix tooltips on canvas layer
Paint.NET System Requirements
- Windows 95/98/NT/XP
- 8 MB of free hard drive space
- Windows 2000/XP with SP2 or later
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