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  1. @Pixey I'm not sure what you mean by the background is not really transparent. The image I showed is a screenshot and the bakground contains colors because the transparent pixels aren't really transparent in a ss, but rather the actual cube paint.net renders on transparent pixels. but thx anyway! @Djisves I actually tried the plugin and it worked - thanks!
  2. I have the following image: and as you can see there are transparent lines between the circles. I want to fill them so they'll match the border (either the outer or the inner, doesn't matter). How can I do that?
  3. I'm looking to create a spiral where: - The line has a big width (using a 8k img, need around 300 units) - The width of it is biggest at the center, and gets smaller until 0 at the "outer edge" I tried to use this Spiral Plugin: I thought about doing it with the Secondary Color line, and filling between the lines so it will end up like the width I wanted, but the space between the 2 lines is actually smallest at the center and bigger as it spiral "outside", which is the opposite of what I'm looking for.
  4. @Ego Eram Reputo oh wow that's a cool application! @lynxster4 yw. Post the results in here so we can all see - I know I'm interested! @Seerose thanks, and you welcome!
  5. This plugin is simply but I couldn't find any other way to do what I needed - so I created it my self. The plugin will follow the shape from the center point, and will paint a gradient from it based on the inside distance. Download FloodFillGradient.zip Installation instructions: http://boltbait.com/pdn/InstallingEffects.php Menu: Object -> Flood Fill Gradient Using the following source image: Can easily result into As you can see, at the center of the image it's black (prim
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