IRON67

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  1. SAVE AS is also correct. It doesn't matter. Using SAVE is better if the image already exist and can be overwritten. SAVE AS is better for choosing a new name and filetype.
  2. You must adjust the compression level in des SAVE dialogue (Save Configuration). Better quality = less compression. Lower Quality = higher compression.
  3. Test Effects -> Distort -> Polar Inversion...
  4. Sounds for me extremely strange. You make something completely wrong or your PCs filesystem is heavy damaged. I've NEVER lost any plugins or fonts. Fonts are installed and managed by the operating system, not by PDN.
  5. If you need such basic HELP in Paint.NET, press F1. BTW: That works for almost all (Windows) programs since nearly 30 years. http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/GradientTool.html
  6. Everything in your knowledge, that is running as a visible program with a window and a taskbar icon or everything that is listed in task manager?
  7. The best solution would be an adjustable value. In most programs I prefer a value between 5 and 15.
  8. That's not really much. I have here over 300 files in my Effects folder and PDN works well. TRs... means plugins by Techno Robbo.
  9. The Link is broken. (http twice)
  10. http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/LayersMenu.html Layers -> Import from File
  11. Please tell the exact and complete error message. "Account" can only mean the Windows user account with which you are currently logged on. Please tell us whether there are several or only one and whether this is a restricted or an Admin account. It may be enough to finish Paint.NET (or its installer) running the Task Manager.
  12. Glad to help such a thankful and nice person like you.
  13. In your first posting this would have prevented some misunderstandings. However - it is something completely different as I've expected. And since all the shapes are in different layers, a plugin can't do that (if I've understand other postings right) because it can't handle multiple layers. Ego Eram Reputo's advice is an good idea in case of it doesn't matter how realistic the shading will be finally. If you want to have better looking trees, you should say goodbye to the idea of automatic/random coloring. If you are interested in a video to quickly and easily paint a tree (12.5 MB, ~6 min): http://workupload.com/file/N3vG6h6
  14. Don't blame us. Some illustrations of you might have explained everything better. It is not that you can explain here only with words.
  15. Probably it does not help in your special case, but as a general work help here is an idea: Step 1: Create a leaf-shape at a transparent layer and multiply it by Layers -> Rotate / Zoom..., Tiling Step 2: Create an Help Grid in a new layer using one of the available plugins Step 3: create a color gradient as the lowest layer and adjust it with Pixelate+ to the grid Step 4: Select a grid in the Grid level with the magic wand tool Step 5: Subtract the area around the leaf in the Leaf layer Step 6: Profit