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  1. In here I will start documenting all of the popular feature requests and possibly status on them. If a feature you want is in this list, do not make a new post asking for it again. Your thread will be locked and/or deleted. The fact that the feature is on the list means that we have heard everyone's requests and pleas: the point of this list is to reduce duplicate and redundant forum traffic. Also, if a feature is on this list, it does not necessarily mean we will be adding it to Paint.NET. I'll say it again: If the feature you want is on this list, do not open a new thread to ask for it or
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  2. This plugin is simply but I couldn't find any other way to do what I needed - so I created it my self. The plugin will follow the shape from the center point, and will paint a gradient from it based on the inside distance. Download FloodFillGradient.zip Installation instructions: http://boltbait.com/pdn/InstallingEffects.php Menu: Object -> Flood Fill Gradient Using the following source image: Can easily result into As you can see, at the center of the image it's black (prim
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  3. This is a hotfix that address a crash at startup that was happening on some systems. If you’re using the Windows Store release, you should get the update automatically within the next 48 hours. You can also force an update check by following these instructions. For the Classic release, you should be offered the update automatically within the next week or so. You can get the update sooner by going to βš™ Settings β†’ Updates β†’ Check Now. You can also download and install it directly from the website. Changes since 4.2.6: Fixed a crash at startup (FileLoad
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  4. @TrevorOutlaw! Your last work "Double Exposure" was fantastic. Thank you for sharing your result!
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  5. @welshblue! I've been away a few days. And you've created such beautiful entries again. Sweets and orange looks excellent. "Split Personality" the colored my favorit. Thank you for sharing your result!
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  6. Nice job on the Double Exposure. Again great model choice. Colours are great too (although you may want to sort out the couple of stray artifacts by his nose πŸ‘)
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  7. I'm glad you are. I had cup in my head ... but cap makes much more sense.
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  8. FYI...it's called an ornament cap. (I'm so full of obscure information.) πŸ˜†
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  9. I like number 3. Number 2 may be too dark against a black tee. Number 1 has more color but...I like the skin tone on 2 more...it has warmth to it. @welshblue I re-read my comment. Doesn't make sense...I meant I like #3 more.
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  10. I like the first image's coloring the best, but ....... I would not have slanted Seattle so much to the right - just me being a neat freak though πŸ™„
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  11. Split Personality A dry run of a T-Shirt design I'm working on for someone. Based on this PS Tutorial Model (I'll have to choose a different one for the final version ... needs a top of the head ?) PlugIns: Grid Warp/ Alpha Mask/ Outline Object/ Inner Shadow/ Black + White + / Cross Processing/ Trail Blur Really not sure about the colouring ? Thoughts anyone. As I appreciated the great eye you's all have. It will only printed on black Tee's Or there's Sepia and then Lomography on a duplicated layer ? Or Soften Portrait o
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  12. Christmas is my favorite time of the year and tomorrow I will put up the decorations Meanwhile - a little something for the coming occasion.
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  13. Thanks again @Pixey ... I've just seen that I used the wrong texture map. Notice the bottom right edge ? @lynxster4 ... thanks as always. It was a challenge to keep building up the layers to get there @IHaveNoName ... thanks a lot. A lot of hours to get where I'm at with the programme. Plus a lot of support and advice along the way. From current and past members. Something I will always be eternally grateful for. Perseverance was the key for me. A lot of failed proects too. I found this sorting through some old cd's ... it's from 10 years ago.
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  14. @Vagabondi has inspired me to do another double exposure (which took me all afternoon because I was struggling with the technique) after a conversation in her gallery, so thank you for the idea. Stocks used: Man, City Street, and Birds. Thank you, Maggie. Thanks, man. Thank you! Thank you!
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  15. Vitamin C A combination of two OoTF entries
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  16. Going through my folders, and being a big advocate of backgrounds being an important part of any image. Making or breaking IMO I've decided to revisit some OoTF files and make them into images in their own right Indulge
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  17. Hi @Peekuhcheew, why can't you just run the plugin twice? First for the top, and then for the bottom?
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  18. I forced the dialog to the foreground when shown - they were being lost in the background even though they were modal. Added this code to Shown Events: this.TopMost = true; this.Focus(); this.BringToFront(); Sorry missed that. Try this v4.0.1 IcoCur.zip
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  19. The RULES Also read the: Pictorium Guidelines before posting in The Pictorium Tutorial Posting Guidelines before publishing a tutorial Tutorial Replying Guidelines before replying to any tutorials You must read these rules, and you must abide by them. They are mandatory. The rules are not 'recommended reading'. They are important for keeping the forum organized, productive, and awesome. We reserve the right to lock posts, delete posts, remove avatars, edit signatures, and ban users for not following these rules, or for any other reason at our discretion.
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  20. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Last revised: March 23rd, 2016 Is Paint.NET free? Yes, Paint.NET is indeed free in the sense that we do not charge money for it. You can also support Paint.NET by purchasing it on the Microsoft Store. Is there a portable version of Paint.NET? A portable mode is available, but it needs to be manually enabled. Also, LiberKey has permission to distribute a portable version of Paint.NET. If you use their portable version, please direct all troubleshooting questions to them. (This is by no means some kind of special
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