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lifeday last won the day on May 24 2018

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About lifeday

  • Birthday July 8

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    Music as classical as Beethoven, Mozart and all the others
    Rock: Joe Coker, J. Joplin, Hendrix and many more
    My garden
    My nice dog Nico, a Perro de Agua Espanol
    Books, Poems and my Homepage

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  1. @BoltBait, @lynxster4, @Pixey, @null54, @nitenurse79, @Seerose Many thanks for your birthday greetings. It was a big surprise! lifeday, Hamburg
  2. "Better late than never" - All the best for your birthday and your new year of life. Greetings from Hamburg
  3. @Maximilian All the best for your birthday, good luck and health for your new year. Greetings from Hamburg
  4. Today I have modified the latest G`mic version to the latest paint-net update. Works very well. Thanks for that!
  5. @Maximilian I am very happy about your birthday greetings.
  6. Dear @Seerose, @lynxster4, @BoltBait, @Pixey, @null54, @HyReZ, @LionsDragon thank you very much for the wishes to my birthday. A wonderful surprise! Greetings from Hamburg lifeday
  7. @Seerose A little too late dear Seerose, but all the more cordially "Best wishes for your birthday on May 14th!" greetings from Hamburg lifeday
  8. @songohanssj I don't understand the problem with paint.net! You can simply press "Save", you stay on the Paint.net page. Then go to "Save As" and select the folder where you want to save the image, the file extension. Paint.net stays open. I am sometimes in Gimp and when I go to Export, the process is almost identical, I just enter the filename in Gimp, specify the filing folder, specify the extension and click Export. (This kind of handling in Gimp was strange for now.) I don't find any significant difference between the two systems. Both a
  9. Dear @Seerose I just came back to Paint.net and I am happy to see that your problem has already been solved. I was unhappy with the colors and so I tried some more. I shut down "Blending" and so the colors true to picture and adjusted them here. Have a ice evening!
  10. Now I've tried Paint.net again and found out for myself, if you reduce blending, the colors come out super again.
  11. @Reptillian It didn't leave me alone, so I tried the filter again. The result is again what it should be. Thank you for your effort. The result is worth it!
  12. @Reptillian Thank you very much for the news - but the problem has not got better but much worse. About Gimp I will not post the result here, it is worse than what I get here on paint.net as a result. I put a try from yesterday in paint.net and another try from today. Judge for yourself what is more beautiful. My judgement stands! Emboss Relief can now be found under Faves, which is very practical. (Left Embass Relief yesterday, right Embass Relief now. greetings
  13. @Seerose wrote: I Like it very well. Thank you for sharing your result! Love hugs, and beautiful weekend. 💐 Dear Seerose, Thank you very much for your appreciation. I was very happy to here from you. I wish you a wonderful Sunday evening and tomorrow a good start into the new week. Greetings from Hamburg
  14. @Reptillian Reptillian answers: Since I do not use GIMP as my main program at all nor installed G'MIC there, . . . . . 1. Sorry, I didn't realize you weren't on Gimp. I go here at Paint. net and also at Gimp in Gmic - Testing. And there I tried your filters - they look great in processing. Well, short and sweet, I thought it would interest you that in Gimp "Emboss" in the latest version is not executed in color. It appears "time out" and it is time out. I didn't mean to annoy you! I will address my text to Github. Maybe it will help. If not, it's OK too, because
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