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Conditional Hue/Saturation Effect Available

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dextras13    0
Try the plugin on this image.

1078187b.jpg

3d58ff6a.jpg

You need to change the range on the color wheel.

And you should see what color range gets adjusted.

Hope this helps.

If you have more questions. Let me know :)

I still don't get it

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Ash    9

Download the 1st image, open in Paint.NET.

Look at the other image I made about which controls does what.

Run the plugin, adjust the setting, See the image changes.

Then you should know which control affects what color and such.

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MikeGale    0

A great plugin. Thanks Evan.

While using it, I thought about using a picker to help set the range.

In other words you bring up the dialog, then use a picker on the image to get a first cut of the colour range to target. Adjust manually after that. (If the picked colours were overlaid on the colour wheel it would help.)

I'm not familiar with the PDN API and how it can be accessed from plugin code. Has this sort of thing been done before? If it has I'd be prepared to spend a little time trying to integrate it into the code that Evan has generously provided.

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Simon Brown    38
I'm not familiar with the PDN API and how it can be accessed from plugin code. Has this sort of thing been done before? If it has I'd be prepared to spend a little time trying to integrate it into the code that Evan has generously provided.

I presume he copied it from the PDN source to his plugin.

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Cruise    0

It seems that I cant for my life get this to work. I tried the dll file, but Paint.NET tried to open that. I cant change the program which opens it either. I tried extracting all the files to the effects folder, which also didnt work. I know that Im missing something along the line? :?

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LFC4EVER    4

Download the .dll file from the first post in this thread (its the first link not the second). Then a pop-up box thingy should come up, asking you to open or save the file. Click save. Then click the following: My Computer > Hard Drive name (C:) > Program Files > Paint.NET > Effects

Save it in the Effects folder. Once saved, restart Paint.NET and Conditional Hue/Saturation should be in your Adjustments menu.

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St.Jim    0

Amazing plug-in. Has become one of my favourites for making a rainbow/recolouring effect without messing arround with curves/curves+

I think it has plenty of scope for tutorials! :D

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Ash    9
Amazing plug-in. Has become one of my favourites for making a rainbow/recolouring effect without messing arround with curves/curves+

I think it has plenty of scope for tutorials! :D

Yes there is viewtopic.php?f=44&t=27257 :)

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Hazy Dayz    0

Hi, I downloaded this and whacked it in the 'effects' folder, closed and opened Paint.Net, but I can't find it in Adjustments to use.

I am aware that I am semi-retarded when it comes to this sort of stuff (but I have sucessfully added other plugins), please help me - I REALLY want this one!!! :cry: & :?

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david.atwell    280
Hi, I downloaded this and whacked it in the 'effects' folder, closed and opened Paint.Net, but I can't find it in Adjustments to use.

I am aware that I am semi-retarded when it comes to this sort of stuff (but I have sucessfully added other plugins), please help me - I REALLY want this one!!! :cry: & :?

You won't find it in Adjustments. It's actually in the Effects menu. :-)

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Ash    9
Hi, I downloaded this and whacked it in the 'effects' folder, closed and opened Paint.Net, but I can't find it in Adjustments to use.

I am aware that I am semi-retarded when it comes to this sort of stuff (but I have sucessfully added other plugins), please help me - I REALLY want this one!!! :cry: & :?

You won't find it in Adjustments. It's actually in the Effects menu. :-)

David David, It's in Adjustments. :idea:

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Hazy Dayz    0
Hi, I downloaded this and whacked it in the 'effects' folder, closed and opened Paint.Net, but I can't find it in Adjustments to use.

I am aware that I am semi-retarded when it comes to this sort of stuff (but I have sucessfully added other plugins), please help me - I REALLY want this one!!! :cry: & :?

You won't find it in Adjustments. It's actually in the Effects menu. :-)

David David, It's in Adjustments. :idea:

Ok maybe I'm slightly more than semi-retarded, looked in there as well and still can't find it :(

Maybe I'll try the whole process again from scratch, Thanks

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Ash    9

Yes, IIRC, that is a very old version.

@Hazy Dayz:

Are you sure you installed the plugin correctly?

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david.atwell    280

Bwuh? Hmm...I seem to have one in Adjustments, too.

Oh well, when 3.5 comes out, I'm going to start from scratch on my plugins anyway... :-P

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Ash    9
Bwuh? Hmm...I seem to have one in Adjustments, too.

Oh well, when 3.5 comes out, I'm going to start from scratch on my plugins anyway... :-P

This is the one you should keep, if you can't wait. :wink:

CondHSAdj.dll

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princess85    0

Hi there! I am new to the whole plugin thing and cant seem to get this plugin to work, im not sure to save it as or how to open it as it says its a apllication extension, any help id really appreciate it thanks

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