sysrpl

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About sysrpl

  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. It was my first time here and this is the response I get. Putting words in my mouth attempting to making me look bad, then kicking me out the door. You lost my support and now if anyone asks me about Paint.NET on any of the other communties I visit, I'll have nothing but negative comments to make. Good job, and good bye.
  2. Ok, so don't use Paint.NET then. Wow, what a user friendly community you've built. Instead of explaining how you would approach the needs of the community, in my case precise antialiased selections, you come back with 'thanks, and don't let the door hit you on the way out' type comment. I've read other comments here about posts being deleted due to feature requests, and other snide comments from the developers. I guess you'll get things your way in the end. In other words I am left with a bad impression, and will tell people to steer clear of your product. Good job!
  3. The perfect antialiased watermark technique: Copy the image into paintshop. Greyscale. Create a new source luminance with inverted data mask from image. Fill the image with all black. Load the selection from the mask. Copy and paste into a new image. The result (enlarged 200%): Then just place on some image in a layer with 25% opacity:
  4. I would NEVER use a paint program that doesn't support some form of vector drawing. Why? Because vector drawings/layers allow you to outline ANY raster objects for the purpose of precise antialiased vector selections. Really, there is no better way of doing this than using splines handles with curve, cusp, symetric, asymetric, curve, and line vector nodes.