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Everything posted by BoltBait

  1. Are you looking for an After Effects plugin or a Paint.NET plugin?
  2. "Smoke effect" is a pretty wide range... Google up an image that shows what you're trying to achieve and show us.
  3. If you are decompiling a debug build with associated .pdb file, it may be possible to get the actual variable names. Not for a release build.
  4. When you click the Browse button, is drive F available?
  5. While C# decompilers are pretty good, they are not perfect. In the code example you show, those are not the actual variable names used in the real code. And, without those names, the code is actually more difficult to understand. And, no, comments from the source files are not saved in the executable so the decompiler can not produce them. While function names are preserved, variable names are lost and so are lots of other things. Sometimes commands are changed (like from "switch" to "if then" blocks, etc.)
  6. I wonder if this is the plugin used:
  7. You could have done this at the time of resizing the canvas, like so: Bottom LEFT*
  8. Before issuing DOS commands, you must CD to the directory where that file exists. For example, if you put the file on your desktop, open a CMD window and type: cd %USERPROFILE%\Desktop
  9. Since you always put text on it's own layer (... you do this, right?!) just put the font name in the layer's name.
  10. Make sure ALL of your Windows Updates are applied. Then, install the .NET v4.8 via this link: Once that's installed, make sure all of your Windows Updates are applied. Then, try to install the latest Paint.NET again from this link: (Upper right corner of screen)
  11. Answered by Rick himself here: Closing.
  12. Try this plugin:
  13. The reason the dialog box exists is so that Paint.NET knows what you want to do with the files you just dropped into the screen... Do you want to open each file as a separate image or do you want to open each file as a layer in your current drawing. Paint.NET can't make an assumption in this case.
  14. С Днем рожденья! 🎂 😎
  15. It is a good start. Here's the thing: As you start out, select the squares you want on the top most layer and do those. Then, when you go back to the source layer, select overlapping squares and process those. You'll see that they neatly work fine as the overlapping part is already processed from above.
  16. Start with a standard picture in the right size. You'll need my plugin pack installed and your primary color should be black and secondary color white. Select your starting picture layer. Use the selection tool to select one rectangle. Press Ctrl+X followed by Ctrl+Shift+V. Run the Effects > Selection > Outline Selection (Outline width: 1, Color: black) Repeat for each rectangle you wish to have in your final image. Start with the squares you want as the top most layers. Select your starting picture layer. Press Ctrl+A followed by Shift+Backspace (This should fill your background layer with white.) Save as PNG file (flattening as required.) For an advanced look, before saving, press Ctrl+D, then select one of the square layers and run Effects > Object > Object Shadow (all defaults). Repeat for a handful of those layers... the ones that look like they're at the top most level.
  17. To do what you expect, after selecting your pixels press Ctrl+X to cut them and press Ctrl+Shift+V to past them into a new layer. Then, you can move your selection around like you expect where the transparent pixels do not replace the pixels below.