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  1. This has always been the case (as far as I can remember; I started with version 3.5.11). In this case, the interface does not depend on and his changes, but depends on number of whitespaces, which the author effect placed between words Magenta and Green. It is logical to assume that if the words Cyan, Magenta and Yellow are tied to the left edge, then the words Red, Green and Blue should be aligned to the right - take a look at the interface of the Color Balance effect by @BoltBait. The last time @dpy was at the forum in July 2016. Try to send him a private message, maybe he will respond to your request to change the interface. Although I do not consider this situation a bug.
  2. Fixed variant 7 and added variant 8.
  3. I simplified the tutorial a bit for variants 1, 2, and 3 by changing the Emboss+ effect settings to eliminate inverting colors.
  4. Added Variant 7. I was sure I had finished this tutorial, but today I found the effect that interested me - MultiSpline by @Red ochre. Using this effect can give you a great choice for creating embossed textures. Thank you @Red ochre for this good effect. Perhaps this tutorial is getting cumbersome, but I'm not sure that this was the last variant.
  5. Welcome back to the forum, @Xhin! Interesting effect. I think it will be useful in many cases.
  6. @lynxster4, Align Object by @xod located in the menu Effects -> Object, but Align Object by @moc426 really is on the menu Effects.
  7. All the best on your Birthday, @AndrewDavid!
  8. I think this feature will be useful, even for a few encoders. Most likely, this feature will help us to quickly master Snippets in Visual Studio. I want this.
  9. Thanks for the PDF, @Woodsy.
  10. Amazingly beautiful! Thank you, @welshblue.
  11. I confess that I have not yet mastered the technique of working with a Brush Factory. Yes, I will mention both of these plugins in the tutorial a little later. Thanks for the tips, @welshblue.
  12. I rewrote this tutorial because after 2009 there were new plugins that allow you to achieve the same result with fewer steps. For example, the Tone Gradient Angle by @Red ochre proved to be a suitable replacement for Normal Map by @stinger. In my opinion, I was able to simplify the tutorial.
  13. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it This tutorial is a reconstruction of @h3llb0yn3cr0's Spacescape tutorial. This is the result that was announced in @h3llb0yn3cr0''s tutorial: Required plugins: Shape3D by @MKT Random Shape Fill by @pyrochild Outline Object by @pyrochild Outline Object by @BoltBait CustomBrushesMini by @Simon Brown AA's Assistant by @dpy Tone Gradient Angle by @Red ochre Brushes needed: Nebula Brushes by @h3llb0yn3cr0 Load here Nebula Part 1: Star Background Part 2: Foreground Star Our star is done! Of course, a different base colors will produce a different star color. Part 3: Planet Your planet is finished! If you want to create a planet similar to Earth, go to the next part. Part 4: Earth-like Planet Merge all the layers and we will get this image: and his outcome:
  14. Yes, it's much faster. Thank you @SodiumEnglish!
  15. If I had seen this image elsewhere, I would have thought it was a photo of a real spark plug!
  16. Paint.NET unlike Photoshop, it is a free program developing by one person - Rick Brewster, unlike Photoshop team development. However, there are enough plugin developers (coders) on the forum who may be able to help you in response to your request for the plugin you need. Remember that possibilities Paint.NET not comparable to the possibilities of Photoshop. Take a look at Plugin Index - maybe you will find what you need. Some plugins have analogues (full or not full) of Photoshop plugins.
  17. Yes, it's an interesting method, and @yellowman left us a mini tutorial. @MJW, thank you for the reminder.
  18. Thank you @Woodsy, It was not difficult because @kaunas163 left a link to the video tutorial and I just refreshed the text and images.