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About dan9298

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  1. Is the .NET framework 3.5 installed on your PC? Based on the error message, I'm guessing it may not be installed.
  2. Is the .NET framework 3.5 installed on your PC? Based on the error message, I'm guessing it may not be installed.
  3. Thanks again to everyone for the feedback. Somehow I had missed Curtis' Rounded Rectangle plugin, otherwise I probably would not have taken the time to create this one. However, I think it's nice to have choices. Anti aliasing is a great idea, and I will look to see what it would take add it.
  4. MODERATORS NOTE: This effect is incompatible with Paint.NET 4.0x This addin fills the current image with a tiled version of another image. Just copy an image to the clipboard, create a new image that is larger than the first, and run the addin. For example, start with something like this: And the tiled version could look like this: It can be useful for creating textures, or patterned backgrounds. The addin is attached to this post, and the source code is available here: http://dan9298.blogspot.com/2008/11/tile-fill-addin.html TileFillFromClipboard.zip
  5. I just modified the attachment above to an updated version, that prevents you from using a radius that is larger than what will yield good results on the current image. If you are interested in further details, or want source code, they are available here: http://dan9298.blogspot.com/2008/11/radius-fill-corners-update.html
  6. Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback! Aethec - I agree that a submenu does not make much sense unless it contains multiple items. I originally decided to create the submenu because I have ideas for a few more effects that will fit well in this category (but it’s hard to say if I will ever get around to creating them). About the 400 radius, you will definitely get some strange results if the radius if is greater than the midpoint of the height or width of the image (the code was not designed or intended for this). Perhaps it would be better to limit the radius in the code. I will think things over and try to post an update in the near future.
  7. I did not see any plugins for rounding the corners of an image (like below), so I decided to create one. The effect DLL is attached to this post. The plugin requires the .NET framework 3.5, so you will have to install it, if you do not already have it. The source code, and additional information is available here: http://dan9298.blogs...r-rounding.html. RadiusFillCorners.zip