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    This is a hotfix for a few important issues that have come to light with the 4.2.11 release. If you’re using the Windows Store release, you should get the update automatically within the next 24 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 4.2.11: Fixed an error that was preventing some old PDN images from loading (reported here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/116501-error-opening-older-pdn-files/) Fixed a crash in the new selection outline renderer (due to misaligned Push/PopAxisAlignedClip calls) Changed saving to use the ReplaceFile Win32 API, which improves its compatibility Fixed an EndOfStreamException error that prevented some JPEGs from opening (thanks @null54 for the fix!) Enjoy!
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    WaveToolBox Last version 1.5.7466.17310 [ 10 June 2020 ] Download link > > > Download Change log summary: Fix crash with small image using mirror border handling Improve matrix coefficient accuracy Location: Effects -> Advanced. Corresponding source is available in the last post. Plugin description The goal of the proposed plugin is to provide advanced settings for processing image using Sinc filters. It offers the following settings: - Kernel shape (square, disc and diamond) (diamond is not a shape really common) - Basic cutoff settings (Will be improved in future version) - Kernel radius, literally the size of the box filter in pixels - Border handling (uniform color, extend, mirror) - Global contrast The processing may be heavy in case of large radius; optimization is in progress... Graphic user interface Plugin usage - Inverse dithering - Anti-aliasing And the corresponding spectrum (originally for validation purpose but I found it is nice to show) Best regards, WaveToolBox.zip
  3. 1 point
    Yes, one more height maps tutorial! I used two different maps, hidden below for anyone interested. This tutorial cries out to be tried on a vase. For the vase, I made my own map (also hidden below) using a red & orange gradient and @Red ochre's wonderful Contour plugin that @lynxster4 brought to my attention through another tutorial.
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    After checking FFT results I noticed diamond shaped filter was leaking. There were a bug in the coefficient creation. Here the fixed version v1.2. The results show a better retention of unwanted frequencies. Minor upgrade : The filter cutoff parameter has four states corresponding to the number of lobes of the Sinc functions (4-8-12-16). WaveToolBox.zip
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    Use the Gradient Tool in transparency mode. Have a look at the documentation on Gradient Tool <- click
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    If it isn't already, make black the Primary Color. Select the blue color with the Magic Wand, as Ego Eram Reputo explained above. Invert the section with Ctrl+I (or use the Edit menu). Fill the selection with Backspace (or use the Edit menu).
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    Locking -- final build inbound!
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    Cool result @Djisves it works great against the background... I've pinched the emap so thanks for the share @ANONYMISS ... left click and drag your mouse across the text you want to hide ... then click the icon
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    Looks cool @Djisves! 😁 And shiny, too! It makes very respectable 'chrome'. To hide text or an image: highlight it and press the 'eye' button. Tooltip is 'spoiler'.
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    Excellent tutorial, even more so for the chance to practice on @MJW's wonderful Height Map plugins. Thank you @lynxster4. The "bean" refers to the eMap I used. In case anyone wants to use it, it's "hidden" below (that is, I hope I remember how to "hide"). EDIT: No, it doesn't work. I hope someone lets me know how to. In the meantime, here is the eMap:
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    How cute is this?! Kids reacting to The Empire Strikes Back big reveal: How did I not know this was a thing?
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