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  1. Version 2.0 released Added HSV jitter options. Jittering the redness, greenness, blueness isn't quite enough; I've personally ran into situations where I wanted value or hue jitter. The HSV jitter options can work in conjunction with RGB jitter as well, and in that case take the color produced by RGB jittering as input for the HSV jitter. Here's the modified tab appearance: I cut half the labels because it shouldn't take too long to figure out how it works as you play with it, even if you forgot since the last time this plugin was used. Here's an example of using HSV jitter with grass, using some value jitter.
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  2. - Auto-detect - 24/32-bit It may be possible that this is only the case with more de-saturated colors, as I haven't had problems with more vibrant colors/images
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  3. The file is not available anymore: I was able to download it frow the wayback machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20190730150729/http://download.microsoft.com:80/download/7/E/9/7E9188C0-2511-4B01-8B4E-0A641EC2F600/MicrosoftProgram_Install_and_Uninstall.meta.diagcab After a while, it successfully removed the old version: Then I was able to install 4.2.13. Thank you toe_head2001.
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  4. A hometown band, The Gold Souls. Enjoy.
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  5. Many thanks for all the helpful suggestions. I didn't realise, for instance, that there were ways of influencing font quality available in PDN. I shall be playing with these ideas to-morrow, providing that my wife doesn't have other things in mind. She managed to blow the fuse in the wallpaper steamer, today. Never a dull moment! I'll let you know how I get on. Oh, and I've downloaded the TT2 font, by the way. Looks quite promising.
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  6. Fantastic tutorial @Djisves thank you I realized after doing this rendition, that I didn't have @MadJik's latest Rays Plugin. So I downloaded the one you linked to, then thought I'd lost it, as it's now in Textures 🤣 I wonder where @MadJik is these days? Hope you are well wherever your are @MadJik Here's my rendition of your tutorial @Djisves
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  7. Without layers you need to separate the target element from the background. In most cases the magic wand is the most appropriate tool. The exception is where the element is a regular circle/ellipse, square/rectangle or a reasonably simple combination of these shapes.
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  9. Played with this tutorial a lot but never was satisfied with the results. Now, at last. Thank you so much @Red ochre - and everyone who posted here - for the inspiration!
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