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    This plugin integrates OptiPNG with Paint.NET. It optimizes PNG to make them smaller in file size. Both OptiPngFileType.dll and optipng.exe need to be in the FileTypes directory. This plugin is compatible with Paint.NET v3.5 and v4.x. Download OptiPNG.zip Changes - Image Resolution is now retained. - UI fixes for HiDPI and Dark Theme. - The bundled OptiPNG executable is at the latest version (0.7.7) Based on code from @I Like Pi and @null54. Source Code https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-optipng
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    Thank you so much @MadJik! Size first 4000x3000 then, 800x600. https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/21469-a-way-to-create-more-abstract/
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    Hello guy!! So I've been wanting to ask you something for a problem How do you remove a watermark that is already on a picture? I got this picture emailed to me that I want to use as a background on my computer, but it's got a watermark on it, and it looks funny like that. Is there any easy to remove the watermark? It's right in the middle of the picture. แทงบอลฟรี Thank in advance.
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    Hello @Rickenbacker perhaps this video will be helpful to you too:
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    Happy Easter to Everyone! Playing with GMIC: A little @ReMake's new PS Emboss+ and TGA:
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    Ooops, forgot to add wrinkles. Satin bump map, if anyone wants it...
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    @dipstick ... very nice. Love what you've done with the font. It looks just right @lynxster4 ... nice combination/ blend. Looks great. I've discovered the lighter the 'denim' the more it will take Emboss. Very dark and it looks very striated. When I've a bit more time I'll finish a tutorial to add on how to add seams. I think I've got it down now
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    I had fun making this today. Many thanks for the technique @lynxster4
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    This is my quick try. Thanks lynxster4.
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    In paint.net v3.x, it was possible to use the square brackets to change the Brush width while painting. You could make strokes like this: Would it be possible to add this feature to paint.net v4?