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  2. What happens? When making a selection, for example a rectangular one, and you want to move the selected pixels by a fixed amount using ctrl+arrow_key a copy of the original is left behind as if you have had copied it before. What should happen? The selected pixels should just be moved without them being copied / the original being left behind unmoved. How to reproduce? See "What happens?"
  3. This happened because you added a data entry row, but didn't add any data on that row. Like this: I'll fix this later.
  4. Try disabling the 'Hardware accelerated rendering (GPU)' option in the Paint.NET settings. https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/SettingsDialog.html#2 Also , do you have an Nvidia graphics card, and have any G-Sync features enabled?
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  6. Impressive plugin Crash with choosing Stacked Bar option in 3D mode ...
  7. Ah, I see, it is happening when you try to sort the rows of data by clicking on the column title. This happens because there is a blank cell in that column. EDIT: @xod This error is now prevented. Redownload.
  8. Very nice plugin! Thanks. First crash: Enter some data and click on Tuesday. Exception details: System.ArgumentException: Object must be of type Double. at System.Double.CompareTo(Object value) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewRowCollection.RowComparer.CompareObjects(Object value1, Object value2, Int32 rowIndex1, Int32 rowIndex2) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewRowCollection.RowArrayList.Pivot(Int32 left, Int32 center, Int32 right) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewRowCollection.RowArrayList.CustomQuickSort(Int32 left, Int32 right) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewRowCollection.Sort(IComparer customComparer, Boolean ascending) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.SortInternal(IComparer comparer, DataGridViewColumn dataGridViewColumn, ListSortDirection direction) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.OnColumnHeaderMouseClick(DataGridViewCellMouseEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.DataGridView.OnMouseClick(MouseEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseUp(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)
  9. ImageMagick would be a good option for you. https://imagemagick.org
  10. Okay, thank you for the reply
  11. No. Paint.NET is not designed to be used this way.
  12. Try this plugin: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/114530-boltbaits-charting-control/
  13. BoltBait's Charting Control v0.1 (Prerelease, Test Build) I quickly slapped this together because of this request. (There are probably issues. Give me feedback and I'll see if I can fix them.) It looks like this: You'll find it in the Effects > Render > Chart menu. Instructions: First, choose your chart type. Then, click the "Enter Data" button to enter your chart data. On the data entry screen, you can click the colors to change them and you can right-click on column titles to change those. Finally, tinker with your other options and click the OK button to finalize your chart image. Important: Remember to click the "Save Data" button to save a copy of your chart data to an xml file. This file can then be used later when clicking the "Load Data" button to restore your chart options and data. This is the only way to save the format of your chart if you wish to come back later to make tweaks. Once you click OK, your chart is now a graphic and can't be edited. Limitations: This chart control is not designed to work with selections. I might add that later if users think it is important. The resulting chart is scaled to the size of your canvas. So, before running, set your canvas size to the size of graph you want and press Ctrl+D to close any selection you might have active. Download: Click the button to download the zip file which includes an installer. Download the zip file to your desktop, unzip both files to your desktop and run the installer. If successful, you can delete all the new files from your desktop. Download Once all the bugs are worked out, I'll be adding this to my plugin pack. Source code: I can't take credit for all of this... lots of it was written by @toe_head2001 and Microsoft.
  14. Have to agree with MJW. That's the most realistic 'plastic' I've seen yet! Great job!
  15. Have Paint.net an API? I want to write, for example with Python or Java, an Tool, which automatically changes the Picture. And Paint.net have some tools, which I can need for this, and I do not want to write these functions myself
  16. The shading on the example is very impressive. It looks like real plastic.
  17. I haven't used Paint.net in a little over a few months and the newest update comes out and I am experiencing a "Cursor lag" that makes using the program impossible. Basically when I used any tool or drag my cursor through the image I am editing the tool cursor is behind my regular cursor by an inch or two and it is overall slow. I have uninstalled Paint.net and reinstalled it, along with repairing the program, and restarting my computer. Occasionally on startup Paint.net will run fine but as soon as I load in an image and start working it slowly degrades back to lagging and stuttering cursor movement. Has anyone experienced this problem or know how to fix it?
  18. @MJW ... curse you. I've got to rewrite part of it. Gives a much better finish, especially if you want to add to the whole look by adding shadows. Much cleaner. I should have thought of this ... Sarkut's Copy & Paste Blues comes to mind Larger image to show you can't see the join left behind
  19. A bit of Yacht Rock West Coast Sound always lifts the spirits
  20. I hadn't seen that suggestion ... was posted during my PDN ermmm holiday. Will try it. I'm always up for improving my tuts if needed Great results @dipstick and @LionsDragon
  21. Also if you execute your work in bright colors and after completion boost the saturation level it will look more like a blacklighted work.
  22. Hello @Donny McPizza and Welcome to the forum I've just Googled Blacklight posters and there are many to choose from. Do you mean something like this ? If so, there are some Plugins that may be of use. For example here.
  23. Hello @last_dovahkiin The only thing I can think of - at this minute - is that you can make yourself a brush (make a small .png), like this: And, using either Custom Mini Brushes or Brush Factory you can draw the lines. I have yet to successfully upload a brush to Brush Factory, but it works, kind of, with Custom Mini Brushes using the RIGHT click on your mouse to drag the brush over the canvas.
  24. At this point, you're going to have to use a vector supported software. Raster don't translate very well to adjustable lines.
  25. Does anyone know how I can recreate the blacklight style in Paint.Net? Yes, I DO mean like with those blacklight posters that glow when you shine said light on them, but I want to make a picture that LOOKS like blacklight, but isn't actually. Anyone have any ideas or tips?
  26. hey so I know it's a lil bit late but yeh tried your plugin recently and the result was way too much pixelated, so I'm asking you if I can do something to fix this or if I can just wait some update, thank you!
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