paint.net 4.2.6

paint.net ist eine kos­ten­lo­se Bild­be­ar­bei­tungs­soft­ware für Micro­soft Win­dows, die ursprüng­lich von der Washing­ton Sta­te Uni­ver­si­ty und Micro­soft ent­wi­ckelt wur­de. Seit der Ver­si­on 4.0.20 setzt sie Win­dows 7 SP1 sowie das .NET Frame­work ab Ver­si­on 4.7 vor­aus.

Die Bild- und Foto­be­ar­bei­tungs­soft­ware bie­tet eine intui­ti­ve und inno­va­ti­ve Benut­zer­ober­flä­che mit Unter­stüt­zung für Ebe­nen, unbe­grenz­tes Rück­gän­gig­ma­chen, Spe­zi­al­ef­fek­te und eine Viel­zahl nütz­li­cher und leis­tungs­fä­hi­ger Werk­zeu­ge. Für paint.net sind zahl­rei­che Tuto­ri­als und Plugins ver­füg­bar.

paint.net in der Ver­si­on 4.2

Chan­ge­log:

Chan­ges sin­ce 4.2.5:

  • Impro­ved the input hand­ling sys­tems to use WM_POINTER, which enab­les glitch-free drawing when using a pen or stylus (e.g. Sur­face Pen, Wacom/Ugee tablet) (see here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/113173-the-first-5mm-of-a-freehand-line-are-straight-when-using-a-tablet/ ). This will also be the basis for adding pres­su­re sen­si­ti­vi­ty in a future release (v4.3).
  • Added a “Nati­ve poin­ter input” set­ting if a “poin­ter” device is avail­ab­le (pen, tablet, touch screen). Dis­ab­ling this will cau­se any poin­ter device to be emu­la­ted as a mou­se, which may be more com­pa­ti­ble but at the cost of smooth­ness. Poin­ter devices are listed in Set­tings -> Dia­gnostics.
  • Remo­ved the “Flu­id mou­se input” set­ting becau­se the use of Get­Mou­se­Mo­ve­Point­sEx() has been remo­ved (it’s a very bug­gy and bro­ken API). This final­ly fixes a num­ber of weird issu­es rela­ted to erra­tic or “scribb­ly” drawing.
  • Impro­ved per­for­mance of Move Selec­ted Pixels, Shapes, and Gra­di­ent tools when releasing the mou­se but­ton at the end of drag-and-drop ges­tu­re. Pre­vious­ly, anything ren­de­red bet­ween the last mou­se “move” and “up” events was re-ren­de­red, resul­ting in the appearan­ce of a delay/lag.
  • Great­ly impro­ved per­for­mance of lay­er thumb­nails when swit­ching bet­ween images
  • Impro­ved: The image list at the top can now be scrol­led by cli­cking the arrow but­tons and hol­ding the mou­se down, just like a regu­lar scroll bar but­ton. (Pre­vious­ly you had to click repeated­ly). This impro­ves usa­bi­li­ty, but was also noted as being important for acces­si­bi­li­ty.
  • Impro­ved: Smooth scrol­ling ani­ma­ti­ons have been remo­ved from the image list and lay­ers list due to them just not working very well.
  • Impro­ved win­dow chrome/theming when the app is run­ning in Remo­te Desk­top on Win­dows 10
  • Chan­ged: The size of the default/initial image (“Untit­led”) is now sca­led exac­t­ly by sys­tem DPI set­ting (pre­vious­ly sca­led by integer/floor of DPI set­ting). So at 150% DPI sca­ling this image will now be 1200×900 ins­tead of 800×600.
  • Fixed some high-DPI lay­out bugs with the Lay­er Pro­per­ties dia­log, while also pre­pa­ring this UI for future addi­ti­ons
  • Fixed a crash (OutOf­Vi­deo­Me­mo­ryEx­cep­ti­on) on sys­tems with hybrid GPU set­ups that are con­fi­gu­red wrong. This seems to be a bug in Win­dows and Direc­tX. A “hybrid GPU” set­up is an Intel iGPU or AMD APU pai­red with a dis­cre­te GPU in a lap­top.
  • Impro­ved hand­ling of the dre­aded “NoHard­ware­De­viceEx­cep­ti­on” crash: The user will be noti­fied of how to fix this. It hap­pens only on 2nd genera­ti­on Intel Core sys­tems with NVIDIA “Opti­mus” GPUs (GeForce or Qua­dro) when the NVIDIA Con­trol Panel is set to force apps (or just Paint.NET) to use the NVIDIA GPU. This is a bug in the NVIDIA dri­ver and/or in Direc­tX.
  • Fixed images being pas­ted incor­rec­t­ly from Out­look 2016/365. This is actual­ly a bug in Out­look: it puts PNGs on the clip­board that are arbi­tra­ri­ly crop­ped and sca­led for some rea­son, and spe­ci­fies they are the pre­fer­red for­mat to use when pas­ting. This com­ple­te­ly bog­gles my mind, it’s just real­ly weird, I can’t ima­gi­ne why it’s done this way.
  • Fixed some clip­board image hand­ling for plugins (regu­lar Copy/Paste is unaf­fec­ted)
  • Chan­ged: SSE2 is now requi­red for 32-bit/x86 sys­tems (pre­vous­ly, only SSE was requi­red). See blog post: https://blog.getpaint.net/2019/10/14/paint-net-v4‑2–6‑will-require-sse2-on-32-bit-x86/
  • Updated bund­led Web­PFi­le­Ty­pe plugin to v1.3.1.0 (thanks @null54)
  • Updated bund­led DDS­Fi­le­Ty­peP­lus plugin to v1.9.8.0 (thanks @null54!)

 

Down­load: paint.net
Ver­si­on: 4.2.6 
Datei­grö­ße 9,68 MiB
Ver­öf­fent­licht am: 21.11.2019
Betriebs­sys­tem: Win­dows
Lizenz: Free­ware
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