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  1. Plugins have access only to the current layer. So all you have to do is manually number the layers and then manually place them in the desired order.
  2. You have not read the posts above. There is a post where you can download all versions of libraries. Click on Circular text/July 4, 2020 link.
  3. Happy Birthday! 🍺 For me... you look like Hugh Laurie.
  4. Because the background is transparent, simply use Rectangle Select tool to select the content then Copy (Ctrl+C) and Paste into New Layer (Ctrl+Shift+V). You don't need to use Magic Wand in this case.
  5. Also you can try this unpublished plugin: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/111330-unfinished-plugins/?do=findComment&comment=551323
  6. Thanks for the new version. In the Dark Theme the labels under Auto Dimensions are black, hard to see.
  7. Very nice job! Thanks. Shouldn't Pan control enabled / disabled have a gray border reflecting the size of the canvas? There are also some issues with scaling the Color Wheel control in the UI interface.
  8. The effect of this plugin is similar to that obtained by Rotate / Zoom except that the zoom is centered on the created selection. To see the center of the selection click on the Move Selection tool and notice where the small circle marked with + is. If there is no selection it zooms the entire canvas. The plugin is inspired by the discussion on this thread: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/117885-zoomin-plugin/ It is located in Effects -> Selection submenu. Zoom Selection.zip LE: @Djisves pointed out to me that there is already an
  9. Also, you can try Kaleidoscope plugin from @MadJik .
  10. Hi Djisves!

    This plugin was made for you as a result of the comment here:

     

     

    You can find it in the Render submenu. Enjoy!

    ConcentricCircles.zip

  11. Hello @gotgot and welcome. Make comments on a separate layer then you can delete / replace portions of text. I also use the following method: I write the text in a Notepad file then copy and I open Paint.net and after choosing the text tool I paste the text. I always use a transparent layer for this. This way I have access at any time to the text in the Notepad file that I can change it as I wish.
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