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About S0S

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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    Jax, FL.
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    mixing music, traveling, art and debating/politics

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  1. Thanks for the reply, BoltBait, when I used the "Move selected pixels" tool in the past I've been able to move the pixels and manipulate the image. When I use it this time it just scales the pixels when I need them moved to a different position. I didn't know if this was a bug so I went ahead and posted it.
  2. When working on this image to correct poor spelling, I find that when I switch to "Move selected pixels" I can't move the selected pixels. Here's the screenshot -> Let me know if you need any more info., I'm using Paint.NET Beta 1.
  3. Thank you very much, tsorelle, I was just about to post a new thread but found this topic and your reply. Your info. was the remedy I needed. 8)
  4. I found two registry settings that can come in handy for I.E. v6 and v7. The first one speeds up I.E. and makes pages render faster -> [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\ServiceProvider] "Class"=dword:00000008 "DnsPriority"=dword:00000001 "HostsPriority"=dword:00000001 "LocalPriority"=dword:00000001 "NetbtPriority"=dword:00000001 Only those settings with the numbers set to one should be changed. Also, save the old values in case you need to go back to them. The next reg. setting changes the menu bar so it sits on top of the screen under the header like I.E. 6 did. -To change I.E. 7 Menu position Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\WebBrowser] "ITBar7Position"=dword:00000001 You have to create a new dword value in that registry setting. To set it back, simply - -To change it back to original Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\WebBrowser] "ITBar7Position"=- That's it, hopefully these help out a bit. I've used I.E. 7 since it was released and it looks like a quality browser from M.S. My only complaint is the lack of a "new tab" button on the top menu, but it still works well enough for me.
  5. Excellent, I look forward to v3.0. About the gradient tool, will it be "editable" as far as greater control over the gradient (i.e. Artweaver's)? That's a little bit of a letdown that not more 64-bit owners took advantage of Paint.NET's 64-bit image capabilities, I remember when I mentioned Paint.NET to someone who did have a 64-bit machine how thankful he was that someone revamped the old MS Paint program... The MDI and the color palette look like welcome additions.
  6. Windows XP Home with SP2. I've noticed SP2 is now mandatory for Paint.NET on Windows Home/Pro, will this apply to future Service Packs as well?
  7. I remember a while back, where it was stated that you and Tom would like to add a "suite" of effects (relative to what a normal image editor has) to Paint.NET. Any chance of this happening for v3.0 or will it be a later version?
  8. O.k. then, I thought I'd "feel" it out anyway, I recently found out that .NET framework v3.0 is in beta and I was taken aback because v2.0 was released. -Microsoft is quick with those .NET framework releases!- :!:
  9. Another question, what will be done with Paint.NET as MS .NET Framework v3.0 for Vista is released? Will there be another migration to it?
  10. I've seen him play live when I lived in Memphis about a year ago, not bad for a South American (origin?) player. I take it you live there? Not a bad place. Now for my newest work, it isn't graphics intensive but I thought it was a good work and some of the people I have run it by like it, so here it is: And for those who know their movie history the grasped hands are the same from the movie "Schindler's List".
  11. I was at their concert two weeks ago at the Gorge man, it was awesome. It was even worth sitting through Bauhaus for (they are awful). Ha..ha.. I've heard Trent can really throw some good live shows and they usually outshine any other band onstage. 8)
  12. Thank you, I remember starting a thread about this topic and hoping it would be in v2.6 in some way or form, but I'm glad that it has been added to v3.0. Having a complete range of values really helps a user (like myself) when working with different images. P.S. it's nice to know that someone else listens to Nine Inch Nails (or at least knows who they are). 8)
  13. This is a very good plug-in. It is somewhat similar to the gradients that can be produced by the Gimp. I concur that the "OK" and "Cancel" dialog boxes should be moved. 5 stars.
  14. Alright, it's time for my entrance into the "Pictorium" and for my entry it's a work that I did on the "My first Paint.NET" thread and I've taken and revamped it to make it more "3-d" and more explosive. (That and it "looked hot" when I'd look at it) Thanks to DenDem for the inspiration and some good tips. To Buzzkill - very good work esp. on that first one it was very hypnotic. To Crazy Man Dan - that is one of the cleanest and sharp designs I have seen on these boards, good job. Without further holdup: SuperNova v2.0 For next work I think I'll do something more complex and driven.
  15. Ha..ha..I think this is sarcasm, right C.M.D? I just read "Curious George's" (pun intended) comments on that one thread he created and to that I'll requote myself. If it isn't going to be added to the main toolbar, I don't see any harm in making it an "effect". It may not have the same desired effect that an airbrush tool would have but it would still be within the program's bounds. Also he mentioned "ask any professional if a graphics program has an airbrush and see what his response will be" or something to that effect. It's been stated before that Paint.NET is a personal application not a professional application. Issue resolved.