Paint.NET 3.35 Beta
Paint.NET is image and photo manipulation software designed to be used on computers that run Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Server 2003. It supports layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools.
It started development at Washington State University as an undergraduate senior design project mentored by Microsoft, and is currently being maintained by some of the alumni that originally worked on it. Originally intended as a free replacement for the MS Paint software that comes with Windows, it has grown into a powerful yet simple tool for photo and image editing. The programming language used to create Paint.NET is C#, with a small amount of C++ for setup and shell-integration related functionality.
- New: Posterize adjustment, by Ed Harvey
- New: Intersect selection mode
- Improved: Dramatically improved selection editing performance for the Add and Subtract modes (and also for Intersect). The performance used to be dependent on image size, and thus was often unusable on images larger than 1024×768 pixels. It is now depende
- Changed: Hotkeys for selection modes are now Left click for Replace, Control+Left click for Add (union), Alt+Left click for Subtract (difference), Alt+Right click for Intersect, and Ctrl+Right click for Invert (xor)
- Fixed: Sometimes pasting would result in a crash when certain types of malfored data were on the clipboard
- Fixed: It was possible to get around some of the protections imposed by the IndirectUI system. This was causing instability with some plugins
- Fixed: There were some issues with the implementation of “linked” sliders in IndirectUI