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  2. Hmm, another idea I can think of. G'MIC does support updating offline. I wonder if it would be possible to use that to get around this issue. One would have to disable weekly update, and use another updater with using the latest g'mic. You would have to rename updatexxxx where xxxx is the latest version, and yyyy is the current PDN version. This isn't ideal, I know, but it's the only thing I can think of. Maybe another filter just to do this?
  3. I can provide the current G'MIC beta, but as the beta releases are not tagged in git I will not be notified when a new beta is released.
  4. HI @DannieUltra and welcome I too just get a bunch of text. I assume the author's Zip is no longer working/removed/deleted. Sorry about that, but it does go back to 2008. I still have the Zip and I will get it attached to the 1st post asap
  5. Hmm, I refreshed into PDN and not seeing anything. Krita and GIMP does have the palettes support using latest beta G'MIC refreshed. The palettes should be in Testing-> Reptorian -> Premade Palette. To reduce colors using those palettes, they should be under transfer color reduced, and you can change the reference layer option to palette to reduce using palettes. If they're not there, then at this point, any changes I made will only be seen in G'MIC 2.5 PDN which won't be arriving in a long while. @null54 Would it be possible to provide beta version of G'MIC? Krita and GIMP have the benefit of using beta G'MIC while PDN just does not have that benefit.
  6. Not seen any additions, where exactly do the pallette's reside ?
  7. I am unable to get the link to open. I chose "save as", saved it to desktop, then opened it and all I see is a garbled text document. If I select "open", it opens the same text document. I have installed and used the other chroma key software by "mgeorgiady" and it works fine. I see that one other person had a similar zip file issue, but there was no resolution. I am undoubtedly missing something, probably obvious, but regardless, I am unable to install the plug in. Any thoughts or help are appreciated.
  8. Okay, those changes are merged through master, and now can be seen via refreshed. You should see premade palette filter. The emboss cli is however here as well as changes through the other two filters related to it. Here's the palette list extracted from the g'mic code
  9. I shared it some time ago though I can't say on what page it is. I however understand it's too good to not post it again 👍
  10. Sounds like your file became corrupt. ☹️ Your best bet would be to restore it from a backup. Locking this.
  11. @ReMake! Thank you so much for your effort.
  12. You know you're working class when your TV is bigger than your bookcase. If you’re being chased by a police dog, try not to go through a tunnel, then on to a little seesaw, then jump through a hoop of fire. They’re trained for that One of my earliest memories is seeing my mother’s face through the oven window as we played hide and seek and she said: ‘you’re getting warmer’. I used to think sticks and stones could break my bones but words could never hurt me – until I fell into a printing press. As a child I had a medical condition that meant I had to eat soil three times a day in order to survive. Lucky my older brother told me about it really. Most of my relatives are police marksmen, apart from my granddad who was a bank robber. He died recently, surrounded by his family
  13. PLEASE HELP!!! This just happened to me in 4.1.5. I last saved the .pdn 2/19. Hadn't made any significant changes. Then today 2/21, I get the error with the following details: Application version: 4.1.5 System.IO.EndOfStreamException: Attempted to read past the end of the stream. at PaintDotNet.IO.StreamExtensions.ProperRead(Stream input, Byte[] buffer, Int32 offset, Int32 count) in D:\src\pdn\src\Base\IO\StreamExtensions.cs:line 131 at PaintDotNet.Document.FromStream(Stream stream) in D:\src\pdn\src\Data\Document.cs:line 1393 at PaintDotNet.FileType.Load(Stream input) in D:\src\pdn\src\Data\FileType.cs:line 496 at PaintDotNet.Functional.Func.Eval[T1,TRet](Func`2 f, T1 arg1) in D:\src\pdn\src\Base\Functional\Func.cs:line 158 Does this mean anything to ya'll? I clearly don't want to lose this file! Days of work and at least 6 layers. 10 if you can't the ones I've merged down. NOTE: The file is now 4kb
  14. Well it could be something you've changed in your NVIDIA control panel. I'd first look there for anything non-default. The lag is likely not Paint.NET specific, and will probably happen in any other application with similar technology characteristics. Direct3D / Direct2D, runs in a window, in particular. MSPaint and Paint.NET are about as far apart, technologically, as is currently possible ... I would not compare them.
  15. No G-SYNC monitor, and the lag is specific to Paint.NET. I can draw in microsoft PAINT with no lag
  16. G-Sync windowed mode is known to cause all sorts of problems with everything, including Paint.NET.
  17. Last week
  18. Does this happen only with PDN? Can you draw in Paint or some other app without the lag?
  19. Have unchecked, experiencing the same lag as before. Its like Paint.NET is about 500ms-1s behind the windows cursor
  20. I'm not sure if I saw this here or not...
  21. Hey there Pompey - welcome to the forum Upload an image (so long as they are family friendly) and post the URL here. One of the clever people on this forum may be able to suggest something.
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