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How to fix the Microsoft Paint interface with an iOS app

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Apple’s Paint app has always been a popular way to bring digital art to life, but it’s gotten a bit too complicated in recent years.

Today, it looks like the company is trying to make the experience a little easier by giving users a way to tweak the interface for their specific needs.

A new tool that is available in the App Store for iOS has a new interface that allows you to tweak various elements of the app to make it a little more personal.

This isn’t the first time that Apple has added this kind of functionality to its app store, but today marks the first to allow you to do it directly from the Windows app.

This is a pretty nifty new feature for Paint.

First off, the interface is now a bit more intuitive.

The first time you open the app, it will ask you a few questions before it shows you a lot of information about the app.

This is because the new interface is actually a bit of a work in progress.

You can’t just open the main app, for example, because that’ll just make it much harder to use.

You’ll need to go to Paint.com or the Paint app itself, though, which can be found at the bottom of the page.

Here, you’ll find options like the default background color and a list of available brushes.

The latter of these is probably the most important one to tweak, because if you set it to white, then the brush you use will be completely invisible to the user.

The default brush can be changed, but I was able to get it to look a bit nicer with the following settings.

The new interface also shows a little history.

You’ll find the time and date you’ve saved on each brush, which lets you see what you’ve done in the past.

The user interface is also slightly better in general, with a little progress bar in the lower right corner of the screen that lets you quickly zoom in and out.

This means that you can look at a brush that has been dragged from the lower left corner of your painting canvas to the upper right corner.

This can help you get a better idea of how things look, since you can click on it to bring up the painting canvas and see how it looks.

The background color you choose here can also be changed for the brush itself.

It’s also easy to make your own brushes and make them look a little nicer.

For some users, the new design also makes the app a little bit more familiar.

It is still a bit rough around the edges, though.

For some users it might not look as nice as the first version.

There’s also a small button at the top of the paint palette that lets the user select a different color to use for the new brush.

It also has a shortcut for opening the brush from the Paint application itself, which is a great way to get a look at the brush without having to go through the Paint interface.

The tool itself is free to download from the App Stores, and you can always find a tutorial or other tips on how to use it on the website.

Microsoft has already shown a new version of the Paint for iOS app in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update earlier this year.

It looks like it will be available for Windows 10 Mobile in the coming months.

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