Yesterday, I released Paint.NET v3.5.9, which has some good bug fixes, as well as adding back the Korean translation and mapping Ctrl+0 to the View –> Actual Size command. Ctrl+0 is now the “primary” shortcut key listed in the View menu. As it turns out, I forgot to do one small thing. You see, Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+9 are shortcut keys for “switch to image 1” through “switch to image 9.”
As it turns out, I forgot to deactivate Ctrl+0 as a shortcut key for “switch to image 10.” So, if you have 10 or more images open, Ctrl+0 will not work for View –> Actual Size. Thankfully, it does not perform both actions in this case, and you can still use Ctrl+Shift+A or Ctrl+Alt+0. I will be rolling out an update called, you guessed it, Paint.NET v3.5.10, to fix this.
In the meantime, my recommendation is to install v3.5.9. However, if you’re planning on a deployment and would like to save some effort, I advise you to hold off until v3.5.10 is available. It should be next weekend (October 8th/9th) or the following (October 15th/16th). I may take the opportunity to fix another bug if any are found, or maybe to bundle in a performance improvement or two.
For some reason, I didn’t even think of this until precisely 5 minutes after I had finished releasing v3.5.9. Why is it that things always seem to work out like that?
7 thoughts on “A small bug in Paint.NET v3.5.9 with Ctrl+0”
It’s conscientious of you to fix the bug, but since an easy circumvention is available, I’d personally wait to issue another release until there is a more substantial reason to do so.
I’d agree except for the fact that Ctrl+0 is now the primary shortcut key listed in the View menu.
With 4.0 going to stop XP support, I’m just thrilled to see any releases for me. I just hope you’ll add a few more features for us XP holdouts before you say goodby (until I buy a new computer).
The 5mn-after-realease bugs discovery is something I also experienced many times. Seems related in some obscure way to the Murphy law… 😉
While you’re at it, on my computer at least (Windows XP), Ctrl+Shift+A isn’t actually working in addition to Ctrl+0.
Woops … you are correct. I’ve fixed this for the next update. Thanks.
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