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*How to become the most thanked person on the PDN forums?*

Do what eer did before he did it^^, Thanks dude big help.

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Welcome plugin fans! The February 2010 update sees eight new plugins being added - two from brand new authors.

The list of plugins is now 342 entries long. Enjoy.

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Thanks so much, after reformatting, ive lost all of my PdN plugins...

Any chance of this being compiled into a single .zip file (hosted on mediafire or the like?)

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Any chance of this being compiled into a single .zip file

No. That would require permission from every plugin author, and a huge time investment of whoever was in charge of compiling and maintaining the collection. It's been attempted before.

(hosted on mediafire or the like?)

Definitely no. MediaFire is horrid.

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Any chance of this being compiled into a single .zip file

No. That would require permission from every plugin author, and a huge time investment of whoever was in charge of compiling and maintaining the collection. It's been attempted before.

(hosted on mediafire or the like?)

Definitely no. MediaFire is horrid.

I see. This would be very useful though.

And yeah, I agree, mediafire does suck, at least it has lately, but its the first host site that came to mind.

Thanks for the quick reply.

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Most of the more prolific plugin authors have a plugin pack or set stickied in this forum, so it really shouldn't take very long at all to rebuild your collection. You can always add the more obscure ones as you need them, but the stickies should get you pretty well covered.

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Yeah, thats true too, but still takes a lot of clicking.

What about compiling a post/html page with direct links to all plugins, not the plugins' threads. Would that require authors premission/be against the rules?

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It would indeed be against the rules. Links must be to the plugin thread on the forum, so that the author can maintain control.

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Okay well, whatever then.

Ill set aside like an hour for clicking and stuff. Firefox's snaplinks plugins will be handy.

But seriously, its not like these plugins are for cows, they are free (which of course is awesome on its own).

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I see a lot of talk along the lines of...."someone should do this", "Wouldn't it be great if you guys could do that".

Unless you're willing to:

1. Approach every plugin author (and some of them don't frequent this forum any more) and gain their express approval to bundle their software.

And....,

2. Bundle, maintain and track every new release and update of every plugin.

Then I suggest you consider this conversation closed. Yes it takes a few clicks to download the major plugin packs - that's a small price to pay for the astonishing (free) effects - and you're assured of getting the very latest release with the authors blessing.

Would you really want a single Zip file with all 300+ plugins? You're not really going to install all of them are you?

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Agreed. Its not very useful, and even if I were to do it there would only be a few people who ever use it.

However, just for the record, it wouldnt be all that hard to do all those things, your list follows a singular format, so writing a program to extract all the authors names wouldnt be hard at all.

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March Update:

9 new plugins, 3 new authors, 2 plugins depreciated, and one updated.

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I am looking for a reflection plugin that is not a water effect one. Can someone point me to one. I had a look at the list on the front page and only saw the one water reflection one.

The flat reflection plugin does not work either as I want to create a reflection for an object on a diagonal.

Thanks.

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Thanks Sarkut,

I don't want the water reflection one, I want a mirror like reflection.

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Thanks Sarkut,

I don't want the water reflection one, I want a mirror like reflection.

It's "wet floor" not "ocean." The reflection will be a mirror.

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Hi,

The links in your post for all the plugins go back to the old paintdotnet website. Will you be updating this anytime soon?

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Hi,

The links in your post for all the plugins go back to the old paintdotnet website. Will you be updating this anytime soon?

Yes I will.

Give me a few days to see if we can figure out a way to automate the update. I honestly don't want to do it manually.

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The Plugin Index has been updated with all new links to this forum!

Note that some URL's in the Plugin descriptions are not functioning correctly just yet. I will get these fixed in the next scheduled update (1st May).

I am also aware that a handful of plugins are incomplete. These too will be fixed on the next release.

The main (colored) links to all Plugins and Authors should be working. If you find one that is not working properly please let me know.

Many thanks to Pyrochild for his help in updating the links! He deserves one of these...:bmw:

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Another update posted today - 18th April 2010.

This one is mostly cosmetic (coloring of plugins & authors) as well as a handful of resolved links.

All the plugin packs have had their plugins & effects updated.

All links should be operational. Please let me know if you find any that do not work.

Thanks to a tip from Simon Brown, the list is condensed and thus faster to download (OK it's a marginal improvement ;)).

Enjoy.

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Great! I use it all the time! (It's really amazing how fast you updated it!)

By the way, the anti-alias 1.5 leads to another plugin of jsonchiu's (bevel plugin).

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Good catch - thank you (fixed).

Updated 1st May :Plugins:

Links to user "Tim!" refuse to work with the "member=" format I'm using. I suspect that this is because of the exclaimation mark in the username. I'll investigate this for the next revision.

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