This is another small update that fixes a few bugs. It also optimizes the Image->Flatten command for multiple CPUs/cores.
You can either use the built-in updater from the Utilities menu, or go to the website and download it. There’s no need to uninstall the old version; that will be taken care of automatically.
Changes and fixes since v3.5.3:
- Improved performance of the Image->Flatten command by making it multithreaded.
- Fixed the File->Save As dialog not opening to the correct folder.
- Fixed a crash with certain plugins and their use of the File Open dialog.
- Fixed a very rare crash with the toolbar’s font list.
By the way, this comic is completely true.
4 thoughts on “Paint.NET v3.5.4 is now available”
I’m interested in PNG chunks, in particular iTXt, and was surprised and delighted to open a PNG image (not knowing it had been created by Paint.NET) in a disk editor and see several chunks. Among them is the iTXt chunk, and there was something like “created by Paint.NET.” Cool.
Are you writing these chunks via the .NET API? I want to insert text in some archival PNG images, and haven’t found a utility to do so. A promising image metadata editor from Microsoft (unofficial) doesn’t handle PNG.
I’m hoping to avoid writing my own.
I (re)found TweakPNG, which supports the iTXt chunk since version 1.3 (current is 1.3.2).
This utility shows that Paint.NET overwrites any iTXt chunk.
I think exiftool does the job, but I’ve only used it for jpegs so far – http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/TagNames/PNG.html#TextualData
Thanks A LOT for this application, great job to all who have worked/are working at it.
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