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  3. Sorry, but you've come to the wrong place. This forum is for the Paint.NET software program.
  4. I think he means he already has the other pictures in different layers. If that is the case then the solution is simply highlight the layer of the image you want to move in the Layers(F7) tool box and use the Move(M) (Selected Pixels) tool. You can then move the image in that layer around with mouse or keyboard directional keys.
  5. My kitchen walls are a mustard/yellow color sort of like this and I would like to paint the interior doors (which presently are the same color as the walls), all the trim and cabinets are a honey oak color as well as the floor, we have stainless appliances. We have 4 doors the open from the kitchen. I was thinking of a lighter blue color a little like this but I am really looking for opinions. Thank you in advance.
  6. My kitchen walls are a mustard/yellow color and I would like to paint the interior doors (which presently are the same color as the walls), all the trim and cabinets are a honey oak color as well as the floor, we have stainless appliances. We have 4 doors the open from the kitchen. I was thinking of a lighter blue color but I am really for for opinions. Thank you in advance.
  7. Looks like there may be an issue with your UIAnimation library. Please run the sfc utility. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026529/windows-10-using-system-file-checker Let us know how it goes.
  8. This message appears everytime i try to install paint.net Specs; Windows 10 1809 Ryzen 1600x Radeon RX580
  9. @welshblue hope you don't have Sepsis like I did last week. Not funny 😱 Hope you get home soon.
  10. 😂 I was sat in a hospital ward this morning looking around at all the machinery/equipment/ plugs and it dawned on me ... my entry has got a plug and flex - great -but it's 'bubbling' despite not being connected to the mains 😂 The way PDN can get into the blood as well as 'good' toxins is incredible
  11. It still fascinates me just how much artistic talent there is on this Forum, and especially the amazing creative objects which Paint.Net can create. Kindest wishes Roger the Dodger 😊
  12. Updated plugin. Improved color distance calculation, added new option "Automatic palette" to "Target palette", added slider to specify the size of the automatic palette.
  13. Updated plugin. Replaced the old rainbow palette with a new hue palette to make colors more acid.
  14. hello. i have a problem. in the paint.net v4.1.6 is a bug with the save all option. there should be a ctrl+alt+s combo for this but it react at alt+s. i'm a polish guy and the alt+s creates the polish ś. because of this when i wanna do the mentioned symbol in the text on paint.net so it wanna to save all my data. it's annoying -_- can you repair it ? it's a bug because the combo is incorrect and a problem for polish people using paint.net. thank you. repair it please
  15. There are some effects and filter effects that can be added to images in IrfanView, but I cannot find any information about these effects and filters being applied in batch/bulk conversion. I heard that batch effects processing can be done with G'MIC but I have not come across the documentation.
  16. Batch processing with PDN isn't supported. There have been a few attempts. Your best bet is to have a look at IrfanView.
  17. Having the same problem as Sakana Oji. I have the folder you mentioned but nothing in it!
  18. Greetings, toe_head2001 has developed a Jigsaw Puzzle plugin that is part of his plugin pack: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/109944-toe_head2001s-plugins-sept-29-2018/ I think that using his plug in along with the information and plugins found at the link below will get you started. https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/31629-animated-images/
  19. I want to have a picture of puzzle pieces over a landscape picture and gradually, one at a time, reveal the part of the landscape behind each puzzle piece. How do I do that?
  20. Trying to wrap my head around describing what I want to do because frankly, I'm not sure the ways I'm imagining it are very feasible. The situation is, I have X number of image files that is a high number where manually editing them all would take an obnoxiously long time. What I want to accomplish is applying an effect to them (the same effect with the same parameters for each one) and then simply save the file with that effect applied. I tried to do some searching on how to call operations for one program from another, figuring maybe I could have a process that opens each file in a given folder in Paint.NET, applies the effect, then saves it and closes it. But I wasn't having much luck finding info on that and it seems like from what I could find, it's not very advisable from a security standpoint anyway (and this is really not a situation where it's worth creating security holes just to do what I want to accomplish - this is a side project for fun). So then I was thinking, perhaps there's a way to write a plugin for Paint.NET that could do an operation like that and have it added to the registry, such that you can select multiple files in explorer, right-click, and choose the operation (I don't love this idea for the reason of how easily it could mess up files unintentionally by clicking the wrong thing in the dropdown on files that aren't related to the project, but I suppose it could be added and then removed when I'm finished). But anyway, from what I've read in the "What is and isn't possible when writing plugins" thread, this probably isn't doable with plugins, as it looks like they can't do things like opening or saving files. So that's where I'm at with it at the moment. Hoping somebody with more experience can point me in a direction of what might be feasible to try, or kindly explain to me how crazy and not-very-doable this idea fundamentally is if that is the case. I do have some experience programming, so I'm not totally in the dark on the concept of doing operations on lots of files at once. It's just, doing the operations that Paint.NET does on image-based files, there's a lot of unknowns, ya know. Closest I could think of to an idea for doing it without any reliance on Paint.NET would be to somehow figure out how the particular effect I want to do works and then apply it on given files in a folder by editing their binary values or something, but that may be even more crazy than the other ideas, as I'm not sure you can even evaluate the image information properly to apply an effect without first loading it into a program that has interpreted its data as an image, like Paint.NET.
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  22. @MJW ... gotta say, to paraphrase Bob Marley - that's Jammin' jammin absolutely stunnin' Real neat touch having the abalone on the fret like that.
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