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  1. Hello developers and plugin makers, I'm Philip with Project Dogwaffle at thebest3d.com. We have a lite version of Dogwaffle which like PD Pro runs as an active_X server. I would like to ask if anyone here is interested in making a plugin for Paint.net which allows for ....... Edited by Rick: See my post below. No solicitations please. If you need work done, don't use the Paint.NET forum as a replacement for Monster.com.
  2. neat. there's a similar effect in Project Dogwaffle, called Twirl. Works in realtime, as you drag the hotspot, or slide the values. would be great to have a way to share paint tools and fx filters. For example the particle brushes. aka Optipustics, for animations. http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/whatscool I'm wondering if anyone has an interest in developing a Dogwaffle bridge. Dogwaffle runs as an active X server, and is mostly written in VB6.
  3. Heya, I was wondering if any developers here can find an interest in adding a button "Send to Dogwaffle" that would connect to dogwaffle which runs as an active X server, and send the current image to Dogwaffle. Or "Get from Dogwaffle" to do the same in the other direction. There's a free SDK to make your own standalone programs behave like 'plugins' or simp[ly be able to establish a connection to Dogwaffle, and mess with the image buffer, brushes and animation frames. http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/sdk There are several developers who have done so, and added to their prior existing applications the ability thus to exchange images with Dogwaffle. http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/3rdpartyplugins One of them is by Marco Pontello and it adds a gluas/LUA scripting front end to make new filters and exchange them with lua filters coming from the GIMP and Artweaver. It would be awesome if Paint.net had a Lua scripting capability to make more filters and share with ours. http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/lua Note that we've also added a GUI server which allows for the lua plugin to present dialogs with color pickers, sliders, menus etc... so that a LUA script isn't limited to running as a batch process but can indeed have user interaction. Anyone working on Lua scripting for Paint.net yet?
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