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Windows 7: Paint.NET (Alpha) 3.50.3424.34110 Alpha

18 May 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
Paint.NET (Alpha) 3.50.3424.34110 Alpha

Something some of you guys might find useful.



Latest Changes -
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Now requires (and uses!) .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
- Significant improvements to the installer. Prerequisites are now handled in a much more user-friendly fashion (it's no longer "go to the Microsoft website and decipher geek talk and download stuff")
- The auto-updater can now download in the background, and then install the update after you've exited Paint.NET. Compare this to v3.36 and earlier that jump in your face and require the download and installation to happen right now, and block you from us
- New effect: Blurs -> Surface Blur, by Ed Harvey
- New effect: Distort -> Dents, by Ed Harvey
- New effect: Distort -> Crystalize, by Ed Harvey
- The responsiveness of effect dialogs has been greatly improved
- When zoomed-in, the rendering quality has been substantially improved. Paint.NET » Blog Archive » Paint.NET v3.5: “Improved rendering quality when zoomed in” ... zoomed-in/
- When zoomed in, it is now much easier to correctly resize or move a selection
- Improved performance when opening multiple images, especially for systems with only 1 processor. Paint.NET » Blog Archive » Paint.NET and Performance — Thumbnails ... humbnails/
- Memory usage has been greatly reduces when more than one image is open
- The selection outline is no longer animated, which substantially reduces CPU usage. It also uses XOR blending
- The middle mouse button can now be used to close an image tab
- Improved the Unfocus effect
- Fixed an issue with Gaussian Blur and its treatment of alpha values
- Fixed a crash with the "Units" selector in the toolbar area
- Added a "Utilities" menu, and moved the following menu items there: Check for Updates, Language chooser, and View Plugin Load Errors. For the alpha release, there are also menu items for "Force Crash" and "Perform Full GC" (you'll know what that means i
- Installer now has a "Start Paint.NET" checkbox at the end. (On Vista and Windows 7 with UAC enabled, it will correctly start Paint.NET at non-elevated privilege.)
- Renamed "Grid" to "Pixel Grid", to more accurately describe its functionality
- The DirectDraw Surface (.DDS) file type now allows you to select the resampling algorithm for auto-generated mip-maps
- Effect plugins now have access to a "Services" property which allows them to properly access certain internal Paint.NET functionality
- Fixed some very small memory leaks when opening many images
- Russian translation
- A processor that supports SSE is now required (almost all CPU's purchased this decade satisfy this)
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18 May 2009   #2

 

Ya beat me to it lol....

I get the FileForum RSS feed as a live BM in Fx.....

I'd spend way too much time if I listed even half the software I DL from them on a daily basis....
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19 May 2009   #3

Windows 7 x64 / Same
 
 

I really like Paint.NET. Do you feel this is a stable alpha version worth upgrading to?
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19 May 2009   #4

 

I'll let you know tonight - I DL'd it yesterday but have not installed it yet....
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19 May 2009   #5

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

I like paint.net and I like the fact that its 64-bit.
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