OverraughtEnclave

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  1. the "bottom status bar" is what i'm calling this section of the interface that displays tool hints, resolution, and cusor location. i don't like the bottom status bar or any of the information displayed on it. the hints are unnecessary, the resolution display redundant, and the "information on the pixel your cursor is currently placed" is rarely ever needed, i can't think of any time i actually needed a use for this information to be displayed is there a way to remove or hide the bottom status bar to gain more screen-size? it makes fast usage of the bottom horizontal scrollbar is more difficult because it's not on the very bottom edge of the screen. imagine using your web browser and not having your vertical scrollbar directly on the right edge of the screen, doesn't that seem tedious and strange? there was also a movement of the "zoom in/zoom out" section of the interface from the top menu down into this bottom status bar. i want to move this back to the top section where it was in older versions because it's position was more convenient if there is currently a way to change any of this i would very much appreciate knowing. it could be accomplished in a similar style to firefox customization, basically you drag and drop sections of the interface elsewhere, disable menu text, change text size, icon size, etc, place empty space between sections... i realize this probably isn't an issue for others and so there's no reason to ever develop it but there's no harm in voicing my interest in these sort of features also, this is only partially related, but is there a way to remap hotkeys? i know we have a settings menu now with a fair amount of useful features, but i haven't found anything for remapping
  2. i've used paint.net without any custom addons for almost a decade now, maybe longer, but today i upgraded to the version 4 and started looking through the addons and everything available here. since from today onward i will use a new paint.net with new addons, i figured i can show a few things from the last 2 years using my old setup, starting with the most recent the technique i'm currently experimenting with is stretching portions of an image to recreate the original. you can see this in all the pictures above to various degrees. it results in stretched gradients, brushstroke-looking blocks of color, and the effect is interesting i think. i have been considering creating an addon to make this type of work easier or perhaps even automate a portion for fun also just using layers and the layer filters to impose simple effects, it's a useful basic skill and you can always learn something new or a nice combination, or maybe even just the basic effects in different combinations other things i've experimented in the past years are glitching/databending a variety of ways to generate interesting results, like the last 3 pictures which i consider 'waves'. i was also trying to generating patterns as you can see anyway i know it's not a whole lot of original work, even though this is just a sample. most of the things i make now are just edits of my photos, but i try new things every so often. hope you enjoy
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