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Paint.NET was the first image editor that had very easy zoom controls.
Winkey+z is the Zoom menu item. If you press winkey+z, the Zoom dialog is opened. Lets you select from 16x, 32x, 48x, 64x, 96x, or in case you cant read the different numbers like this Zoom > 96x, then click OK to zoom in and tick the box to zoom out and click OK again.
The app can operate in both a classic window mode (like Paint.NET), and an overlay mode (like Photoshop and Painter), which is like a virtual drawing tablet, where you can then apply effects and filters directly onto your images. The window mode is also where you can choose your brush size and brushtype (not brush complexity like Photoshop, and not brush resolution like Painter), zoom and rotate the canvas, and even change your Photoshop layers to brushes (using standard Photoshop layer names for layer types).
The above video shows this. I leave you with some shots of Paint.NET in action. Its a program that anyone can use for free (Paint.NETs Free), and only has a few, but robust features (documentation is also free). Many of the Photoshop and Painter features are only available on paid Windows or Mac apps, but it would only be for a very small percentage of their users.
From Paint.NET, we have features such as the Selection/Navigation toolbar, layer groups, layer history, pattern tool, selection-lock, image editor, stack/document builder, export/print image, etc. We can also add more features to Paint.NET, see the Paint.NET website for more details.
If you have years of Photoshop muscle memory accumulated, dont consider Paint.NET to be a drop-in replacement. This author built a plugin for Photoshop for the most basic user-oriented tasks.. I found it a little to be cumbersome, and based on what I had read on forums, many others would too. With that in mind, the author built a plugin that works exactly like Photoshop’s editing tools.. This is where I am stuck at.
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They call it a one-stop image editor, which I think means that the underlying applications are fully integrated, in a way that is easier, faster, and more efficient to use than most other image editors I know. Its really a great time to try out Paint.NET. Once youve tried it, I think youll quickly agree.
Finally, take a few minutes to give the program a try . It really doesnt need much explaining, I hope, to get you started. (If youd like to learn more about Paint.NET, my humble opinion is that Readme.txt is all you need: just be sure to keep the readme.txt file in the same directory as the program you install, especially if youre installing it for the first time.)
When the installation process is complete, the virtual machine is running. In Windows Explorer, browse to the location of the VirtualBox virtual machine folder. You should see a folder called win8.1.
Now launch Paint.net from VirtualBox’s start menu.
The first time you open Paint.net, it should automatically download a small patch and install itself.
You can check that it installed correctly by opening the folder that contains the virtual machine, find the folder named win8.1 and open the location where the Paint.Net folder is supposed to be. You should see Paint.Net in the list of applications.
When working with images, layers are extremely useful as you can combine different parts to make a new image. Layers are one of Paint.net’s most useful features. To create a new layer, select the layer icon on the bottom left of the application window.
If you use any of the two older releases, I encourage you to start using Paint.NET v4.4 now to start taking advantage of the new features. However, there is still a bit of work to do on the old versions to ensure the backwards compatibility needed to make that possible.
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I just started working on an application that has to be ‘do-able’ without outside support/training or help. Thats why it needs to be straight-forward to install and have a minimal set of settings and buttons/shortcut (preferably no desktop icons). This application is quite complex, so it needs to have high ‘performance’ without sacrificing of either memory or ease of use. One other thing: Do people really use it? I have yet to see anyone with one of my.NET applications and those applications are pretty popular among my friends and family. But I would like to develop this, and Paint.NET presents me with some (many) obvious options.
Yes, performance can be a concern. I’m aware of this. This application has been around for a while, since the.NET 1.0 days. Its purpose is to be the ‘on-screen paint program.’ Its purpose is to automate the (all-too-often) tedious process of recording photo strip experiments in a flowchart format. I have found it much easier to draw my own flowcharts in Paint.NET than to use Picassa and do it without Picassa’s ‘history.’ This is a simple application, and the end-user may have some level of knowledge with image editing, but they may not be adept at Paint.NET. That’s where I’d like to put my effort (as well as my need to record fine-grained details about a photo strip experiment).
I like being able to resize a window to see the corners and the sides of images in larger devices (monitor display, laptop screen, etc.). Its also nice to be able to assign a different name to a window (on Windows 7 at least) so I can have a seperate instance of Paint.NET open for each project. For Windows 7 this is pretty easy to do, but apparently, Paint.NET 2.61 does not correctly interact with Vista’s system menu… that’s the ONLY reason I’ve been unable to get the applications menu to display correctly, despite my efforts in 2003 (Paint.NET version 1.0). The 2.61 release addresses this. I’m hoping for a better resolution to the next release which is in 3.0 (every major release has a 3.0.)
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What’s new in Paint.NET
- The What’s New? page.
- Improved performance.
- Lots of bug fixes. Look for the Bugs? page for more details.
Paint.NET System Requirements
- Windows Operating System
- Windows 2000 or later
- Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0
- Microsoft Windows XP.NET Framework 2.0
- 48 MB RAM minimum
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