xod

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  1. @operamint, thank you very much! That's the issue, I reverted to english and now the floating windows it does remember their positions.
  2. Thanks for answers. I have Windows 7 SP1, without some updates. I wonder if it is not about updates?
  3. Hello, I want to change default position of windows. How to make PDN to remember the last position of windows? (Tools, Colors, Layers, History). Thanks in advance.
  4. You can try some ornamental Fonts but I'm not sure.
  5. You can make a selection and then run the plug-in that selection. http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/4175-grid-maker-plugin/
  6. The easiest is to hide / show the pallete/layers/history windows (key F5,F6,F7,F8). Or you can expand the canvas like in image below, and at the final work, select ( with Magic Wand ) unwanted margin, invert selection ( CTRL+ I ) then crop. http://i.imgur.com/pQKrGVq.png
  7. Not exactly what you want, but you can try it: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/22568-photo-alignment-cropping-guide/?p=419811
  8. I'm not a Paint.NET guru but my advice is: Use MagicWand and gradually decrease tolerance then click in the background area and Cut. Undo and repeat this until you are satisfied with the result. There are other ways to get what you want, but that's the easiest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix9iCPseLFI
  9. https://youtu.be/MXlDpB8b9Pk https://youtu.be/6Kbv1OpIpaA And my favorite guitar song: https://youtu.be/MxHGyqobsbI
  10. http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/25327-grid-warp/ I used Scan Tailor - Dewarping option for this: http://i.imgur.com/MM4dENy.jpg
  11. Even so, with its limitations Rich Text it would be very useful for me. I hope you continue to working on it and publish it here on the forum.
  12. text pro1.1is just a plugin not a tool. I do not know how it was created. Works in PDN 3.5.11 but I don't know if it works in PDN 4xx. text pro1.1 dll I see a lot of talented programmers working around photographic effects but are very few who handles to solve problems like the PDN text as we see in text pro1.1 plugin. PDN is of course a photo editor and is very good (the best, in my opinion) but just for this reason it needs such a plugin.
  13. Thank you all for your advices and help. The BoltBait's website is very useful, and I use this opportunity to thank him for all the work in developing Lab Code and his wonderful website. About translation... I use Google Translate because I don't studied English ever until now. In school I learned French and Russian, but I never was a very diligent student. My intention was to precisely drawn some guide lines to obtain a digital photo album. The template layer is only used to center the image inside selection (center both).
  14. Thanks ReMake. I didn't know that but is logic. It works like a charm. But I want to obtain same value as the rulers for my personal use. If there were a function to transfer the size of the canvas directly as the value for sliders, would be great.
  15. This is my first try to make a plugin. The code is Red ochre's Quarterizer that I made a few changes that were needed me. Thanks again Red. If the canvas is bigger than 800x600, then we can't move the lines to the edges. Perhaps it will be useful to somebody else.
  16. F4 = Layer Properties and decreases the opacity of text layer.
  17. Thanks Red, that's the key. I used your code because is very fast and more simplest. Anyway I have a lot to learn. I don't made any changes without add an icon to display in effect menu and I changed Amount1 = 2 (line width) because 0 or 1 give some transparency, I don't know why. By the way, with value 0 should not draw anything, I suppose?
  18. Strange things happen with CodeLab v1.8 ( PDN 3.5.11 / NET Framework 3.5 SP1 / WinXP ). Plugins default named Untitled are not displayed in PDN 3.5.11 so I must to rename them keeping the .dll extension. After that they appear in the PDN Effects but appears twice.
  19. That's why I love this forum so much. What wonderful guys! Thanks EER.
  20. Thanks again. I'll study it and I'll work around it in Code Lab.