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  1. Whoa, I had forgotten all about that plugin. Maybe I'll add some more options to it.
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  2. You could also edit the Paint.NET shortcut to open the template file when it launches.
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  3. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Bevel Selection AA's Assistant Sarkuts Yellow Gold - found at the bottom of his tutorial. Gradient Mapping Metalize Emboss - which I think is standard now with v4. Font used is: Frankenstein (can be found on fontzone.net) Tip: Remember to save your work frequently in case of a crash. 1. Begin with a canvas of 800 x 400 and fill with black. 2. New Layer - with color FFD800 and size #192 type your text. Align centre & Gaussian Blur at def
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  4. <snip> forget posting anymore tute results. I make an effort to post my example OP can't see fit to reply!
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  5. A simpler way: -Set selection mode to replace, and select your image so that it only includes the image you want to move (transparent pixels are ok to highlight) -Set selection mode to subtract, and use magic wand to select a transparent pixel that is already in the selection Now only the image should be selected with no other images or transparent parts selected
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  6. @Pixey All the commands, transitions, etc...are located in his Read-Me file in the download. Hope this helps.
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  7. I just want to mention that in Project Template - Effect the slider has a minimum value equal to 0 which leads to crash due to division by zero in the following line: CurrentPixel = (y% amount1 == 0)? ... Also, SubmenuName is Blur although I think it should be null to be easily found by the user. The plugin below was created just to test some things. It doesn't do anything special, it just draws lines and a circle. The color control is based on the control in the CodeLab source code and is quite similar. Here is the source code: http://www.mediafire.com/file/9f9gz
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  8. OK thanks for your help - when you get back on - How do I turn off transitions ? I used a transition =fade which is nice (maybe too slow) but now everything after is using fade so I tried transition=none and I think that worked
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  9. Tried to make a wood texture
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  10. I made this tutorial 6 years ago, so I had to revisit it. No,it is NOT the embossed layer - which is the top layer. You duplicate layer 2 and change the layer mode. I think I used Negation. These are the steps:
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