This update is probably a little more interesting than you may have been expecting. It has the usual grab bag of small bug fixes, but also includes the ability to install custom shapes (for the Shapes tool, obviously ). I’ve also updated everything to look good in Windows 10, and fixed many high-DPI blemishes that had gone unfixed for awhile.
If you’d like more info about custom shapes, you can check out BoltBait’s guide, “How to Install Paint.NET Shapes”, which has installation instructions and a pack of sample shapes. It’s all XAML based and will look very familiar to you if you’ve ever worked with WPF’s Geometry system.
As usual, you can download the update directly from the website, or you can use the built-in updater via Settings –> Updates –> Check Now.
- New: You can now create and install custom shapes for the Shapes tool.
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