Mahatma Coat

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  1. Hi, thanks for taking the time to point this out. I completely missed it, think I was blinded by looking. All works fine now. Thanks again, much appreciated!
  2. Hi, Thanks for pointing this out. I think I was blinded by looking. Fixed 100% anyway, so many thanks for your time, much appreciated
  3. Hi Madjik, Many thanks for your reply. I have no other plug-ins as yet. I only installed the Paint.NET app a couple of days ago. I've followed the instructions for adding Plug-ins for the Windows 10 app, but they do not appear to be working for me unfortunately. You can find these instructions here: I'm not really sure what I can do. I'll probably just download the 'classic' version, uninstall the app and consider the payment an overdue donation to team.
  4. I have the Windows store version of and I cannot get this plug-in to work. I've downloaded this plug-in and moved individual dll. files it contains to: C:\Users\Gebruiker\Documents\ User Files\ App Files\Effects I've also unblocked each file via right-click, 'properties'. The plug-ins are not visible in even after I restart the programme and the PC. Is anyone able to give any advice on this please?
  5. HI, I've downloaded this plug-in because I wanted help aligning some images. I have the windows 10 store version of and I cannot get the plug-in to work. Following the download I've unblocked the file via right-click: 'properties', and moved the dll. file to: C:\Users\Gebruiker\Documents\ User Files\ App Files\Effects I've restarted Paint.NET and my PC, but the plug-in is not visible within I've also tried adding the dll. file to: C:\Users\Gebruiker\Documents\ User Files\ App Files\FileTypes But this doesn't work either. I've used the 'classic' version of Paint.NET for several years with zero issues, I recently upgraded to Windows 10 and thought I would use the store version because I liked the idea of automatic updates and thought it was about time I gave something back. Currently I'm looking at a deinstall of the app version and going to back to classic if I can't get these plug-ins to work. I've got the identical issues with the Red ochre v10_1 plugin pack also. Any help on this would be much appreciated.
  6. Hi, Thanks for the replies, your time is appreciated. Regarding the maths, I think I was correct (always room for error of course...): Number of pixels = 4500 * 4500 = 20,250,000 Number of bytes per pixel = 4 4 x 20,250,000 = 81,000,000 bytes Minimum number of layers required by Pdn = 1 + 2 = 3 3 * 81,000,000bytes = 243,000,000bytes 1024 bytes in a megabyte = 243,000,000bytes / 1024 = 237304.69KB 1024 kilobytes in a Megabyte = 237304.69KB / 1024 = 231.74MB 1024 Megabytes in a Gigabyte = 231.74 / 1024 = 0.23 Gigabytes For this operation Paint.NET is using approximately 0.23GB Available physical memory: 1.46 GB Alongside I'll be running Firefox with a couple of open tabs, Windows player and Kaspersky 2013; I usually have system idle processes in the 90% + region. I will look to increasing memory and installing Windows 7, but given that the maths is correct and the use of other programmes running simultaneously alongside is low I find it hard to put this particular problem down to a hardware issue alone. I don't think a 15cm x 15cm / 4500 x 4500 pixel image is that large, even for my computer. Any further insights and ideas gratefully accepted.
  7. Hi, I've been using regularly for over a year now to create online marketing images, posters and flyers for music events. I have recently began working on a logo and wanted the master file to be large so I could use my created image across a variety of different media. The problem I am facing is thatI cannot resize my image bigger than: Pixel size: W 4500 x H 4500 Resolution: 300dpi Print size: W 15.00 x H 15.00 centimetres No layers and the canvas is totally blank & white, (i.e. background) If I attempt to increase my image size beyond this freezes and I have to use task manager to shut it down. My computer has the following specs: Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 64bit @ 2.66Ghz Available physical memory: 1.46 GB Available virtual memory: 1.96 GB Operating system: Windows XP SP3 I have checked previous threads on related issues and understand the formula (pixel width X pixel height X 4) x (layers + 2) I understand that (4500 x 4500 x 4) x (1+2) equals 243,000,000 MB or 0.237GB (1 GB = 1024 MB) As my available physical memory is 1.46GB I can't understand why the image won't resize beyond this pixel size; even considering that image resize requires a PC has enough memory to hold both the old and new image sizes simultaneously I should be able to double the image size with plenty of memory to spare. Thanks to anyone for any information, advice or clarity they can bring to the issue.