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  1. 3 points
    tuvm @Rickhum And now ....................... Golly - another Perfume Bottle
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    I should probably make it so plugins can use the UIScaleFactor class. It makes things pretty straightforward.
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    It is available now. 😃 Updated to the February 27 2019 pre-release build of G'MIC 2.5.0, file version updated to
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    I've discovered a cool website to quickly remove the background of an image with people. It only works with people, but does a pretty good job of it. https://www.remove.bg/ Example:
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    Please note that this is an "alpha" simply because I still plan on adding more stuff for the 4.1.6 release (or whatever version # it ends up being called ... ðŸĪŠ) As I've discussed here (blog) and here (forum), I've been working on a new set of icons for the app along with full high-res / high-DPI support. Things no longer look blurry on high resolution screens! This has been a 2 month project so far and I'm really glad to finally unveil it All of the icons have been redone as vector art (SVG) and match the modern Microsoft Office style guidelines. They can now scale all the way from 100% (96 DPI) up to 400% (384 DPI) without looking too blurry. If you're at 125% (120 DPI) or 150% (144 DPI) then things may still be a little blurry, but it'll be loading the 200% images and scaling down instead of the 100% images and scaling up, so it'll still look a whole lot better than before. There may still be some layout bugs if you're at >200% scaling, but they're not new bugs. I do plan on fixing them. Most prominent is a very obvious glitch in the Colors window. The only remaining art asset that hasn't been vectorized is the actual application icon/logo. We'll see about that ... Download to try it out: https://www.getpaint.net/files/zip/test/paint.net.4.106.7000.4729.install.zip Change log since the 4.1.5 release: New: Completely redone icons throughout the app to match the Microsoft Office style guidelines, with native support for up to 400% scaling (384 DPI) New: File -> Save All (thanks @Bruce Bowyer-Smyth!) Changed: Ctrl+Shift+F6 and +F7 will now also reset the floating window sizes for History and Layers, respectively (same if you Ctrl+Shift+Click on the button at the top-right of the main window) Fixed: An icon handle was being leaked every time a dialog was opened (thanks @null54 for the fix!) New: Turkish language
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    That's such a pretty bottle @Pixey! The texture and coloring, looks so realistic!
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    @null54! A wonderful plugin. Thank you so much for your effort.
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    Download here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/113220-boltbaits-plugin-pack-for-pdn-v41-and-beyond-updated-december-1-2018/?do=findComment&comment=552962
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    Free Photoshop Patterns http://designm.ag/resources/650-free-photoshop-patterns/ https://photoshopstar.com/photoshop-patterns-collection/
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    OK, will you let us know? Thanks. Collector :-)
  11. 1 point
    The answer was 6 topics above your post 😜 How to install and some already made custom palettes https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/2947-color-palettes-go-here/ You can also use online palette generators that give you the hex code to make your own palettes http://www.palettefx.com/ ... there's loads out there. Example
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    The new icons look great. How does the DPI scaling affect the icons used by Effect plugins? I assume that the plugin icons would remain 16x16 pixels and the built-in Effect and Adjustment icons would scale with the rest of Paint.NET, but I do not have a high DPI display to check. Is there a supported method for plugin authors to detect the current DPI and provide an appropriately scaled icon?
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    Sure, just scan your photo and then use the text tool to add the name. More info here: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/TextTool.html
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    Some screenshots if you'd like a preview. Although if you want to see them all you'll have to install (click for full-resolution version if it looks blurry on your screen)