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  1. Some comments on formatting: - if the comment ends in a bracket, below statement is wrongly indented - also for more 'using' statements
  2. OK, I understand, thanks for the answer.
  3. Thank you very much for this wonderful tool! Do you think it's possible to add a Classic Color control (existing in Windows) other than the pdn Color Wheel? It would take up much less space in the UI.
  4. Unfinished plugins

    Thanks @toe_head2001 but I've solved the problem in the Load File method.
  5. Unfinished plugins

    When i try to save the file I just opened, it doesn't work (A generic error occurred in GDI+. ErrorCode: -2147467259) When I try to save it with a different name, it works fine. I think the png file has the path blocked because it's open. But how can I close the path and save as the same name (overwrite)? private void saveToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { using (Bitmap bmp = new Bitmap(pictureBox1.Width, pictureBox1.Height)) { Graphics g = Graphics.FromImage(bmp); Rectangle rect = pictureBox1.RectangleToScreen(pictureBox1.ClientRectangle); g.CopyFromScreen(rect.Location, Point.Empty, pictureBox1.Size); g.Dispose(); SaveFileDialog saveFile = new SaveFileDialog(); saveFile.Filter = "PNG (*png)|*.png|JPEG (*jpg)|*.jpg|BMP (*bmp)|*.bmp|TIFF (*tiff)|*.tiff|All files (*png, *jpg, *bmp, *tiff)|*.png;*.jpg;*.bmp;*.tiff"; if (saveFile.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.OK) try { bmp.Save(saveFile.FileName); } catch { //I tried to create a new bitmap but it did not work using (Bitmap newbmp = new Bitmap(bmp.Width, bmp.Height)) { bmp.Dispose(); newbmp.Save(saveFile.FileName); } } } }
  6. 'New' - Request

    There is a solution but it is necessary for an intervention in the registers. https://i.imgur.com/aZiD7Rq.png
  7. Found in Effects\Object submenu. Align Object.zip
  8. Unfinished plugins

    Thank you all. Actually I deliberately left it in the top-level Effect menu because I use it very often and I want it to be immediately visible. If, however, it is absolutely necessary, I will change the place in the Object Menu. I would also like to point out that the UI may appear slightly different on computers with default display settings. I use a customized scaling factor of 123%. I also modified WindowsMetrics to make the text larger by using a small utility called SystemFontSizeChanger. I'm at the age I don't see so well.
  9. Unfinished plugins

    This is my finished Align plugin. I will not post it on the Plugins - Publishing ONLY! thread because there is already Kris Vandermotten's, which is extremely fast even on very large canvases. Thank you very much to MJW who helped me a lot. I learned a lot from him. The UI: And here is the dll file: ► Align.zip ◄
  10. Color Replace

    1. Select your file 2. Press F2 3. Add .zip at the end of name 4. Press Enter Now you have a zip file witch contains the .dll you want.
  11. Found in Effects ► Render. ► GuideLines.zip ◄ As the name says, it draws some guiding lines. I think it's too simple to need a description. The UI screenshot:
  12. Unfinished plugins

    @Eli, you're right, but this plugin has a lot of problems. 1. If you use Magic Wand and select the entire canvas less the object and run an alignment the object is basically copied although nothing should happen. 2. If there are two objects per layer and one selection is created for one object and then a alignment is run, the other object will be brought in the selection. I think the approach has to be completely changed and the code has to be rewritten from scratch. EER, thank you for your suggestions and information.
  13. Manele is the genre played by gypsies. I do not like it at all. Status Quo: my favorite song is "In the army now" I was in the army when it was released. How quickly time passes...