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  1. How to bring out faint impressions

    Hey, I'm a coin guy too! At least the bottom half of the blunder S seems to be noticeable from the image. You can sort of bring it out some more, or at least make it easier to make out, using the Majority Color Effect plugin, results below. I used a Radius of Analyze of 4 and default tolerance.
  2. Blur Fill v1.5.1 (Jan 16, 2018)

    Love this, always did this by hand and now its so much simpler!
  3. DOWNLOAD buttons for attached files

    Blue Gray Orange? Edit: It looks to be in working order now! I can also edit the color with inspect element but it only accepts the default provided gray and blue. Custom colors turn white.
  4. Plugin Index

    I'm not sure how much this will help but what version iPhone and Safari were you using? What doesn't work when you try: page doesn't load at all, page loads but plugins don't show, page loads but everything looks wrong, everything loads but search controls don't work, etc.? Screenshot if possible or relevant?
  5. runs too slow

    @IRON67 looks like a necropost from the post above you. Thread is over 7 years old so Vista and low ram would be a little more common back then haha.
  6. I thought you could do this although it's not very apparent. If you hold the mouse (using the Move Selected Pixels tool) anywhere right outside the selection edge an angle symbol should appear You can then do custom angles of your selection until it looks just right.
  7. Plugin Index

    @Ego Eram Reputo Hey Ego, while I have used Paint.NET for a long time I am new to using the forums. Your index is a really useful tool and thanks for keeping it updated! I wanted to share with you a tool I made, using your index data, allowing people to filter and search the plugins in your index. I of course credited you and linked back here for people interested. I have it publicly available on GitHub here and using GitHub Pages "PDN Plugin Index" so that it is available all the time and can be updated with each revision. Do you think this is a good idea? Is it okay to use your index data in this way? If you think it is okay, would you consider sharing it/linking it in the first post?