Zagna

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  1. Did you download that plugin pack from here on the forum?
  2. ShapesToolIcon.16.192.png has been shrunk to 32x32 like all the other tool icons when it shouldn't be in 1:1.
  3. In the magic wand image, Ctrl+Alt+Shift+C to copy the selection shape to the clipboard. On the color image, Ctrl+Alt+Shift+V to paste the selection shape. Move the selection if needed, Ctrl+C to copy a piece of the color in that shape and Ctrl+V on the pencil image. That's one way?
  4. Plugins can only access a single layer so comparison between two layers can't be done. Alternative could be, merge the layers, select the black area with magic wand, Ctrl+Alt+Shift+C to copy the selection to the clipboard. Undo the layer merge and then Ctrl+Alt+Shift+V to paste the selection back and you can use it on the 2 layers to delete everything that was black on the merged layer.
  5. Try changing the setting between font size selection and B.
  6. Installer license text is now back to Paint.NET instead of paint.net?
  7. It's the jpg that opens with the wrong resolution. I doodled a 2400x3000@300dpi image, .png saves as it should. Save a .jpg copy of that with paint.net and it opens at 2400x3000@299. Save a .jpg of the .png with Irfanview and paint.net opens that as 2400x3000@300.
  8. Reproduces, using Irfanview to resave it, paint.net opens the .jpg with 300 resolution. You could use Irfanview to batch process all the original PNG to JPG. Just use paint.net to edit all the .png and then just run a single batch with Irfanview and get .jpg from all of them quickly.
  9. Battle Angel Alita. 10/10. To me it's similar to Watchmen in how it adapts the first 12 or so chapters of Gunnm (checked my volumes after 😛). There's enough chapters for maybe as many as 3 sequels. Well made CGI, beautifully portrayed Panzer Kunst and it didn't bore me at any point.
  10. Krita is saving it as krita:xor instead of svg:xor since XOR is missing from kis_open_raster_stack_save_visitor.cpp.
  11. I'm thinking…. when saving, save either svg:x or pdn:x. When loading, if svg:x fails, split the op at the ':' and then try to load it so that for example krita:glow gets split, ('krita','glow'), ignore the first part and try to load pdn:string[1]. And you could add pdn:glow, pdn:negation & pdn:reflect to Krita's kis_open_raster_stack_load_visitor.cpp? OpenRaster4Test.zip
  12. Even in that patch, they haven't added the blend mode import/export to the .ora plugin? SVG standard lacks filters for Negation/Blend/Glow so I've been using pdn-* definitions. It all depends when and what names they choose to use for saving the blend mode names.
  13. I'm looking at Krita's source but I can't find blend modes for Negation, Glow or Reflect? For other blend modes it should support the SVG definitions of them.
  14. It seems the path for those files is just that little bit too long, you can try this maybe. And please, update to paint.net 4.1.5.
  15. You can create an anchor next to the <img> inside a <div> that is positioned absolute. <div style="position: relative;"> <img height="100px" width="100px" /> <a style="position: absolute; top: 30px; left: 20px; height: 20px; width: 20px;" href="#"></a> </div> Position and size the <a> at the correct position.