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The vector tools of Paint.NET are of the same quality as the photo tools, and both do a good job at squashing artistic mistakes. In fact, you can draw things in the photo tools that you can only do with the vector tool. I also found the Pen tool to be a nice addition, because it essentially allows you to draw freehand paths. It works with a tool like the Freehand tool, but you can also draw the tool path yourself, saving space in your toolbox.
The best quality Paint.NET offers up are the brushes. Brushes allow you to take an existing image and paint over it. In some cases, you can paint over an existing brush, which is a really nice workflow and almost mimics the functionality of Photoshop. Paint.NET can also save brushes, making them available in the preset library so you can paint over pre-existing images. For users of other apps like Painter, Paint Shop Pro, or CorelDraw, a brush is a very useful and powerful tool.
Paint.NET 2, at least, offers users of previous versions some consolation. The app feels similar to the classic desktop Paint application, but there are some features like a wider selection of tools. It retains the colors panel where you can choose from a large selection of 10 million colors. (Although, Photoshop CS5 introduced even more than that.) You can also lock the canvas, duplicate layers, use the canvas fill or apply a layer mask, lock the canvas, and lock both the canvas and its layers.
If you are looking for a replacement for your Paint app, then Paint.NET can definitely serve as a strong option. While it doesnt have some of the more obvious features (such as the help menus or the canvases Quick Fix), it adds a wealth of tools to a plethora of situations. For example, the text tools offer some power and the selection/eraser tools are surprisingly powerful. For the most part, Ive come to appreciate the flexibility in colors, brushes, and unique canvas functions.
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Its pretty much precisely what the community has been after since the first version was released. I realize that Paint.NET has its own features and its own sets of features, but it always struck me as odd and somewhat unfair that the community constantly had to justify its existence in the face of a (comparatively) closed, locked down app. Its unfortunate, because Paint.NET has always had some really great features, and theres no denying its great potential.
I agree that my team has had the longest time getting around to porting to Win 10. Your point about limiting exposure is a valid one, and Paint.NET can actually be considered a native app by virtue of this, and we can get around that with UWP.
A. The problem isn’t people saying that Paint.NET sucks – it’s that apparently they have their own reasons to think that way. Some people think its ugly, some people think its too minimalistic, others think its too different, and yet others think its not what Windows 10 should look like.
Mixed feelings about this one. On one hand, theyre right to complain. On the other, if you’re not a developer with opinions on this youre a bit missing the point. Paint.NET isn’t a “get me the defaults” kinda app – its an image editing program that people use. There are actual design and usability issues that need to be addressed. In fact, its a program that we created for the sole purpose of showing off user interaction capabilities, as I mentioned before. The least we can do is put some effort into being pleasing to the eye. If we’re going to try to make Paint.NET to be a native app, we need to actually design for that, not just slap the Windows 10, Store look on it.
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What is Paint.NET and what is it for
Me, I like to use Paint.NET for almost everything. I create pictures and other images for my blog, my e-mail newsletter, my signs, and so on. I also use it to edit images from large photo albums. And I use it to create.pdfs (signs) for weddings, and license plates for the DMV, and birth announcements for family members. I use it to make screen savers for my computer, and maps for my GPS, and websites for my business.
As a multi-purpose image editor, its not for everybody. But if youre looking for a robust, fast, easy-to-use image editor that can do any kind of image editing tasks you can think of, its a definite go-to for me.
Over the years, Ive made a lot of third-party extensions for Paint.NET, and Ive always asked authors if they want to charge for their extensions. A few have ( Paint.NET extensions ). Most people say, “No!”, so they dont charge. So that means that for Paint.NET, theres no need to charge for anything. This is a very important reason that Paint.NET is free, because it increases the chances of people adopting, using, and recommending it. Paint.NET is also less of a problem for me to keep developed as a hobby because of this. Ive always billed for myself, but those days are pretty well behind me. I don’t wanna get to the point where I gotta start the whole grinding of business-soup-for-chicken business again.
If youll notice, theres no big upcoming new features. Theres just ongoing smaller features (there are no “big” new features coming into v4.3.2, for example). It’s far easier to just keep improving Paint.NET and keep inching toward the bigger list, because when you do, theres just one more thing to do. Plus, there arent too many major new features that need to be considered in detail or discussed. Its just a matter of picking off stuff in whatever order seems best to you.
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- Mac OS X
What’s new in Paint.NET
- Extend to more than RGB channels, including alpha channels. This allows you to change the alpha channel to transparent in a single color, without affecting other channels. That has been a long-time desire.
- Adjust colors, without affecting values of other colors. If you make a color brighter (add a Red (R) value), it might make some colors brighter. If you make it white (add a B (Blue) value), the colors that get brighter might change in a way that make them change in value, as well.
- Create flat colors from an image or any color you draw. This requires creating a mask (e.g. colorize an image with a color). With that mask, you can define a flat color, and make the area between color only and have a flat color image.
- Use the watermark tool to allow you to place a watermark over a flat color image.
- Lagacy ID, so you can create a signature on-the-fly.
- Create and set opacity percentages, so you can apply pixel-based images without changing the brightness of the whole image.
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