Djisves

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  1. Quite right. And that's the way.. aha, aha.. I like it and I hope it doesn't change. I remember in v.3 the Rotate/Zoom dialogue box had a "Reset All" button. That was also useful.
  2. Drew, what an honour making music of this quality! I enjoy everything by Mike Oldfield but my favourite is Amarok. Was this just a one-off appearance or were you part of the band for the tour?
  3. Thank you. Also useful for turning any font into a grunge font.
  4. So they now don't show up in the plugin window. I think it's better to be able to see the characters that cannot be rendered. At worst, we just get a rectangle instead of a symbol. Like you changed it, I will not be sure if a symbol I want to use is simply unavailable or if it's a case that I can just not find it. I appreciate the extra characters, thank you. Also true for the latest Firefox, IE and Edge.
  5. "Cyanotype" in KrisVDM's Plugin Pack was made for this effect.
  6. The Rubber Stamp plugin works just fine, thank you toe head. The link to the tutorial does not.
  7. If the canvas is expanded, the added canvas area on the BACKGROUND layer is painted with the secondary colour. However, I've noticed two exceptions: 1. If the original background layer is deleted, the expanded canvas area of the bottom layer is filled with transparency. This is true even if the background layer is duplicated, the original deleted and the copy layer is still named as "background". 2. If a clipboard image is pasted into a new image (Ctrl+Alt+V), the bottom layer in the new image is named "Layer 1" and Paint.NET treats the new image as if it has not a background layer. So, in this case too, he expanded canvas area is filled with transparency with one having to delete any layer. To save myself from worries of this nature, I always duplicate the bottom layer if I want to expand the canvas and then I just delete it.
  8. As good an album as any that came out for a few years now. For those who like this track, check out the album playlist: Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins For the last 3 or 4 days I listen to nothing else in my car.
  9. You can dot it yourself with a custom palette like I did in the example below: As you can see, I used four colour "places" for each of the colours in my palette, so I made a larger "target", much like the example by BoltBait.
  10. I think what Eli identified as issues with the strikeout and underline options can be explained by what simmetric described as "..a superfluous space at the end".
  11. The error refers to a custom palette (included in the pack) that could not be installed. This is because you have no other custom palettes and, therefore, no "Palettes" folder. There are two ways around the problem. One, is to use the Windows File Explorer to create the folder yourself in the same path indicated in the error message. Two, is to force Paint.NET to create the folder by saving a custom palette you made yourself. How? See here: Working With Palettes Just change a few of the colours of the default palette and save it under any name. You can later delete it, if you have no use for it, using File Explorer.
  12. Yesterday I had to revert to my old phone, the one with the intro to "All Revved Up" for a ringing tone. I usually get smiles and nods of approval when it rings in public
  13. If you still have access to the image, remove the white background before you paste in the image. 1. File > New (Ctrl+N), set the desired size, click "OK". 2. Edit > Select All (Ctrl+A), Edit > Erase Selection (Del) 3. Copy the desired image (in any browser: right click > copy image) 4. Paste copied image on transparent background: Edit > Paste (Ctrl+V)
  14. let's see.. Success! Who would've thought!