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  1. About Color Wheel

    Work in VS not a problem for me. But also there is no wish to be beyond IndirectUI too.
  2. About Color Wheel

    Ctrl+F! I forgot about it! It was the attempt to find the solution in the program way. Thanks for a detailed explanation once again.
  3. About Color Wheel

    Thanks for the clarification.
  4. About Color Wheel

    Thanks for the answer. Let's say the effect has only one control - Color Wheel. In this case your solution is not exactly what I'm talking about. After the first start of effect the Color Wheel accepts PrimaryColor color. Then, when I will change color in the 'Colors' window, I want that again started effect has accepted this new color, but Color Whell keeps PrimaryColor accepted at the first start.
  5. I use in my effect Color Wheel control with PrimaryColor (for example, blue) by default. After applying the effect, I changed the PrimaryColor in the 'Colors' window from blue to red. Then I again called (restart) this effect, but the Color Wheel still had a blue color. Is there a way to set the color for Color Wheel for each call of effect, which will coincide (correspond) to the new (changed) PrimaryColor from window 'Colors'?
  6. CodeLab 3.04 in Russian You can find the new version of CodeLab in Russian here. Вы можете найти новую версию CodeLab на русском языке здесь.
  7. Thanks for information, @TrevorOutlaw. I will see it later. I think this information would be useful.
  8. Welcome Back Max!

    Welcome back @Maximilian! I hope you're all right and you're back for good.
  9. It depends on Rick only.
  10. Yes, of couse.
  11. It is very difficult to find the information about algorithms of blend modes in the Internet. and the blog by Andrey Zhuravlev in LiveJournal - two sites where I found the most detailed and the helpful information. Below is the fragments of the code for additional blend modes for written on the basis of the analysis of information from the websites shown above. All modes have been tested on similarity with blend modes of the Photoshop. In most cases results had the full coincidence, but sometimes results had a small difference. Perhaps these codes are not perfect, and someone will be able to improve them. It would be very nice and helpful. P.S. Perhaps when the algorithms will be brought to perfection, Rick will include these additional modes into (although this is a great piece of work).
  12. Maybe I have missed something - we have a new moderators! Congratulations, @toe_head2001 and @Pixey! You both deserve it!
  13. Edge Blur RGB

    I have specified algorithms of the blend modes and have finished effect. See: Averaged Color Blur.
  14. This effect is modification of Average Edge Blur effect by @Cookies. For each pixel of the image this effect finds colors of the pixels surrounding it within the selected radius. Then this effect fills current pixel with averaged value of the found colors. Unlike Average Edge Blur this effect allows to blur the image not only in each separate channel of color, but also in their combination. Also the drop-down list of blending modes is added to effect. You can find it: Effects -> Blurs -> Averaged Color Blur The User interface This effect has a simple and intuitive user interface. The original image and examples: Except 13 built-in blend modes (without Xor) this effect has 10 additional modes, similar to Photoshop's blend modes.

    dpy's Plugin Pack has no installer. See: How to Install Paint.NET Plugins