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Post [App] paint.net 3.01

Paint.NET does work on my Surface RT.

i re-compiled Paint.NET source code 3.01 with Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 and removed some extra files.
Paint.NET supports 7 languages translations, you can change language at 'Help' -> 'Language' Sub Menu.

you can download zip file for Paint.NET 3.01 Windows.RT tested.

i'm new user of this thread, i can't write url direct.
please visit bellow url with internet browser.

dudusoft.co.kr/paintnet
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I've attached your binaries and the ones I've built from http://code.google.com/p/openpdn/

Thanks for the port!!! Great tool!

Cheers!
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File Type: zip Paint.NET.zip - [Click for QR Code] (1.09 MB, 1426 views)
File Type: 7z paint.net_3.36_openpdn_arm.7z - [Click for QR Code] (955.5 KB, 900 views)
 
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If only MinGW for RT was available, GIMP ftw.
 
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If only MinGW for RT was available, GIMP ftw.
The only thing holding gimp back is GTK...

And the only thing holding GTK back is libffi...

I've got all the other bits ported for the most part. MinGW isn't needed for gimp
 
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You'r a god. I was looking for this a lot of time!.
Thank you x 1000!
 
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I've attached your binaries and the ones I've built from http://code.google.com/p/openpdn/

Thanks for the port!!! Great tool!

Cheers!
Thanks to both of you!

I wasn't able to get 3.36 going, I received this error:
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Paint.NET has detected that some important installation files are missing. If you click the Repair button it will attempt to repair this and then continue loading.

The missing files are: FileTypes\DdsFileType.dll
Anyone have the courage to contact Rick Brewster, the author? He is bringing out version 4.0 soon which has improved performance, so it could run quite nicely on our RT computers. Previously, he has declined any requests to do with the source, but he recently got a Surface tablet so perhaps his opinion could be swayed. However, he does work for Microsoft...
 
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Thanks to both of you!

I wasn't able to get 3.36 going, I received this error:

Anyone have the courage to contact Rick Brewster, the author? He is bringing out version 4.0 soon which has improved performance, so it could run quite nicely on our RT computers. Previously, he has declined any requests to do with the source, but he recently got a Surface tablet so perhaps his opinion could be swayed. However, he does work for Microsoft...
The native code library is what's keeping it from running. Unless that gets ported by the original author there's no chance.

It seems he has a surface pro, so I'm not sure that would really increase his interest in RT. I guess there's no harm in asking though.
 
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There is a feature missing unfortunately.

Normally i'm able to select the behavior of the selection tools; Add, Remove, Invert XOR, Replace (default)

This option does not exist and it's a pretty big loss for me

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