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  1. Thanks folks. I haven't updated this thread in a bit since I do most drawings in Krita, but any form of pixel art I still use only PDN for. Wine with fruit, drawn today in about 2 hours, mostly due to indecision about how to draw the wine glass. The fruit was very quick.
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  2. Yes. You read it right.. A game.. In a plugin.. In a photo editing software.. You may ask why? Cause I was bored.. Yeah. <removed>
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  4. This plugin allows AVIF images to be loaded and saved with transparency. It will replace Paint.NET's built-in AVIF support. This plugin is bundled with Paint.NET 4.2.14 and later. If you need the features from a newer version you can still install the plugin. The plugin will override the bundled version if it has higher version number. Compatibility: 4.2.13+ Installation: 1. Close Paint.NET. 2. Place AvifFileType.dll, AvifNative_x86.dll and AvifNative_x64.dll in the Paint.NET FileTypes folder which is usually
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  5. This plugin displays and reorients equirectangular images. Equirectangular images are panoramic views, which represent a complete spherical image in longitude-latitude format. The plugin is (perhaps not too sensibly) in the Height Map menu. The plugin DLL (version 1.0.0): Equirectangular Viewer.zip The Help menu description: Equirectangular Viewer projects an equirectangular image onto the canvas, as if viewed through a window, and also allows the orientation of an equirectangular image to be changed. Normally the width of an equirectangular projection is twice th
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  6. This update includes upgraded AV1 (*.avif) support (both opening and saving, and not just on Win10) thanks to the bundling of @null54's AvifFileType plugin. Performance and memory usage are improved, particularly when working with large images. Saving large, indexed (8-bit or less) image has been fixed, as well as the palette generation for 4-bit images (which was broken). To get this update, make sure you have "Also check for pre-release (beta) versions" enabled in Settings, and then click on the Check Now button. (Unfortunately alpha/beta releases are not currently available for
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  7. How is this any useful other than a coding practice? Also, I think that if you want to learn interactive filters, I will direct you to @Ego Eram Reputo
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  8. @Seeroseits a very basic game: you are controlling green circle and you need collect the red circle to get bigger (and change colors). After some time the game ends.
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  9. https://www.facebook.com/MalatestaArtist/photos/a.441666245980500/1727183487428763/?__cft__[0]=AZXJuyEQnEGbNVr69f-VBEhJ8izCh6uFTwFJd0jt7OAmLyCwL_1bUhAYeLp-58c9lt3ZpX7bY9qBO9nKk6xVOcLznY2CcZ2cb46M1WKrscoou6Bgm00xkVQodEXICJob3TvsB1I_MeZQQxhDcNeMv-Pn&__tn__=EH-R Maybe you would like to take a look?
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  10. Updated. My plugin pack now includes MathLaTeX
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  11. That’s the one I use. My hosting company’s control panel has it built-in. I just had to press a button and it was applied to my site. Then I added an “http” to “https” redirect to my site configuration file.
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  12. I generally recommend Let's Encrypt. Right now, I'm using certificates from Cloudflare, but that's only because I was already using their other services. Once you've obtained the certificate files from a third-party, your web host should be able to help you install them. i.e They'll do it for you.
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  13. Release version 1.0.5. Changes: Changed the Compression Mode header to Compression Speed. Changed the default compression speed to Fast. Renamed the Normal compression speed to Medium. Fixed a bug when reading empty AVIF strings.
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  14. Working on a new tool here. Transformation between cubemap and equirectangular map will be made as a gui filter soon. Only landscape is supported.
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  15. This will be fixed in paint.net v4.2.14. You can install an alpha build from here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/116972-paintnet-4214-alpha-build-7542/
    1 point
  16. Happy Birthday @barbieq25 hope you have a wonderful day
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  17. Congratulations to @Pixey, @welshblue, and @Djisves on some memorable entries. I admire the off-angle views some of the entries used, which is quite a challenge for irregularly shaped objects like USB drives. Thanks once again to Pixey for hosting, and to @toe_head2001 and @Ego Eram Reputo for another fun-to-do theme.
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  18. I have a huge German-built belt sander which I suspect is a repurposed war engine. I have two grits for it Digit removal Limb removal On the plus side, the beast is so heavy it takes two hands to operate it. I'm in more danger of being dragged right across the work piece and thrown into the far wall.
    1 point
  19. OK, this is terrible, and I don't expect any votes, but I had an interesting idea... I'm sure one of you could execute this idea better, but here it is... What was my idea? Well... The signature changes based on the theme chosen by the user. If you view the message board using the Default theme, the signature looks different if you switch to the "Goodnight nurse" theme. (For those that don't know, you can change your theme using the drop-down list at the bottom of every page.)
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  20. Just watched an episode of Grand Designs that featured this shed built from the ground up from an existing plot of land that had a 100 year old shed built. I must say - t was impressed. At a cost of about 250K Pounds. https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/376261743860159802/
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