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BuzzKill last won the day on October 2 2012

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  1. Rick, Thank you for your dedication in continually progressing paint.net. Your program has allowed me to find a passion in graphic design. Paint.net is what I learned on and it's what I still use to this day. Keep up the great work! -BuzzKill
  2. pdncrash.log Hidden Content: Application version: Paint.NET v3.5.5 (Final Release build 3.55.3767.28608)Time of crash: 7/10/2010 4:51:25 PM Application uptime: 00:00:12.8737363 Install directory: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET Current directory: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET OS Version: 6.1.7600.0 Workstation x86 .NET version: CLR 2.0.50727.4927 x86, FX 2.0 (rtm sp1 sp2) 3.0 (rtm sp1 sp2) 3.5 (rtm sp1 sp1_CP) 4.0 (rtm) Processor: 2x "AMD Athlon II X2 250 Processor" @ ~3013MHz (DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3), fps=0x1 Physical memory: 2045 MB UI DPI: 96.00 dpi (1.00x scale) UI Theme: Aero/Aer
  3. So much to see... a new forum, so many new plugins, and so many new and talented artists. I've been away far too long.
  4. BOO! Hello all! Just dropping in to say hi. It's been a long time since I last showed my ugly mug here. Hopefully I'll become more frequent here in the upcoming months. Till then...
  5. That was it. After updating, there were no problems. Thanks for pointing me towards that update Man, this plugin is a real time saver. Way to go, Pyro! (hey, that rhymes :wink:)
  6. This has the potential to be the best plugin available for Paint.NET... If only it could access the Tools, Colors, and Layers (three of the four child windows). Is this possible? -------------------------------------------------------- After a quick test, it appears that one action will overwrite another. Here's an example of what I mean: Open up any image Open up ScriptLab Goto Brightness/Contrast in ScriptLab, make some noticeable adjustments, click OK Goto Borders in ScriptLab, apply some settings, click OK After the border is applied, the Brightness/Contrast settings you chose ear
  7. True, and most of the time I do "Save As..." The only time I find myself accident saving a flattened .pdn file as a .pdn file is when I'm working with and switching between a lot of opened images. It's my own fault. I just need to pay more attention to what I've done and what I'm about to do.
  8. I absolutely hate the fact that Paint.NET saves a .pdn file, after being flattened, as a .pdn file :!: :x After flattening a .pdn file, it should ask the user which format to save it as instead of automatically saving it as a .pdn file again. Try it out... Open a .pdn file, flatten it, and then click on :Save:. Your .pdn file no longer has it's layer information.
  9. No good deed goes unpunished. - Have you heard that saying before? That being said, cold county floors suck! :x Even more so when all you're wearing are board shorts.
  10. You very well may be right. My mistake :oops: I didn't realize there was MediaFire link in the first post.
  11. Yeah, it seems going from svg to eps is easy. The converse is what I am having trouble with... Oh well. Did you receive my PM referring to pstoedit?
  12. ^ Googled. I also found this article. It may be of some use to you.
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