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  1. Here's an "effect" that Tom wrote. Basically what it does is let you write code that is compiled on the fly and that is then executed in the Paint.NET effect engine. This is the same plugin that we made available for Paint.NET v2.1, but it has been updated to work with Paint.NET v2.6 (and later). With this you can implement almost any type of effect you want if you have the programming and mathematical talent to do so. This plugin works by presenting you with a simple text editor that you can use to type in C# code that is then compiled and executed (rendered) as soon as you stop typing.
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  2. This plugin allows Paint.NET to load and save the brushes used by Adobe® Photoshop®. Only the brushes that are sampled from image data are supported, the dynamically computed brushes are ignored. Download: ABRFileType.zip Source Code: https://github.com/0xC0000054/pdn-photoshop-brush
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  3. I got an email from MoveOn.org petitioning for gun control in the wake of the shooting in Connecticut. Those poor kids aren't even cold yet, and these political twits are using this tragedy to push their anti-gun agendas. Makes me sick. Then, there are the religious nuts shouting about how this would not have happened if we had not "taken God out of our public schools". Really? Because I can point them to a few stories of similar tragedies occurring in churches in recent history that would seem to disprove that notion. Let the families grieve and stop using their losses to try to
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