Jump to content

Polivia

Members
  • Posts

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Polivia

  1. Yeah, I found this on my first or second day on Paint.NET and I like how simple the unFREEz animator is. I also downloaded the Beneton one, but so far it's been confusing.. I think when I figure it out though, it will be pretty good.
  2. Well, thanks for answering anyway, and I'll try that.
  3. Over a year ago, someone asked if Paint.NET had a Photoshop equivalent (here, no one answered.) for a healing brush and now in Paint Shop Pro X they have a more complex version of it (you can fix blemishes, whiten teeth, etc.), and I was wondering if it was possible for the next version of Paint.NET to have a feature like this. I really don't feel like spending a ton of money on one of these programs for just having a few more features..
  4. I took this black and white picture, colored it in, and then used the gradient to blend the two, and I really like how it came out. =D It would've taken me forever to figure out the transparent gradient by myself. Thanks!
  5. I'm so excited to try this out; before I even downloaded Paint.NET I was wondering how you did that picture!
  6. I've been trying to download it, and all the other things I've downloaded from Microsoft worked.
  7. I'm not sure if people can help me with this since it isn't exactly about Paint.NET, but it won't let me install it since I can't install SP2 for Windows XP. I've tried fixing this and looking for solutions everywhere, and it even gave me a way to fix it on Microsoft, but there's one thing that is stopping me. Resolutions 1. Check permissions on the Windows Update registry key 1. Click Start. 2. Choose Run. 3. In the Run box, type REGEDIT. 4. Click OK. The Registry Editor opens. *WARNING* Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. 5. Navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate. 6. On the menu, click Edit. Click Permissions. 7. For Administrator and System, select the Allow check boxes next to Full Control and Read permissions. NOTE: In certain instances, these check boxes are grayed out. Ensure all accounts have appropriate permissions. 8. Click Apply. 9. Click OK. 10. Close the Registry Editor. 11. Restart the system. The part in bold is where I'm having a problem, and it's especially frustrating since it's so close to the end! The check boxes are grayed out, but there's still checks IN the boxes, and I'm not sure how to check that the accounts have appropriate permissions. The only thing I can really guess that is wrong is that they don't have Special Permissions, but it doesn't say that it's needed, and "Users (YOUR-ZR0DB6N7RW\Users)" only has "Read" permissions, but it didn't say anything about that either. Please help!
×
×
  • Create New...