William Bokunic

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About William Bokunic

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. Yeah. It was working with it, then I opened Paint.NET and it said there was an update. So I updated and shut it down (after finishing what I had used it for). Then it wouldn't work on the next boot thereafter. I disabled Paint.Net in Windowblinds and it now works again. I wonder what was in the new update that made it mess up. Thanks for the help.
  2. Well for whatever reason that was it, but it worked before I upgraded while using this same theme, so I may downgrade to the release before the latest Paint.NET. By chance do you have a link, lol? Either that or I'll just make a profile for Photo Editing. (And FYI it is not the worst theme :-p, that goes to Window XPs Luna)
  3. ...this happens: Here's what the "pdncrash" file said: This text file was created because Paint.NET crashed. Please e-mail this file to paint.net@hotmail.com so we can diagnose and fix the problem. Application version: Paint.NET v3.0 (Final Release build 3.0.2580.31) Time of crash: 2/8/2007 3:43:16 PM Application uptime: 00:00:05.4678624 OS Version: 5.1.2600.131072 Service Pack 2 Workstation x86 .NET Framework version: 2.0.50727.42 x86 Processor: 1x IntelĀ® PentiumĀ® 4 CPU 2.93GHz Physical memory: 1510 MB Tablet PC: no Locale: pdnr.c: en-US, hklm: en-US, hkcu: n/a, cc: en-US, cuic: en-US Exception details: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripSystemRenderer.RenderStatusStripBackground(ToolStripRenderEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripSystemRenderer.OnRenderToolStripBackground(ToolStripRenderEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripRenderer.DrawToolStripBackground(ToolStripRenderEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStrip.OnPaintBackground(PaintEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.StatusStrip.OnPaintBackground(PaintEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.PaintWithErrorHandling(PaintEventArgs e, Int16 layer, Boolean disposeEventArgs) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmPaint(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ScrollableControl.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStrip.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.StatusStrip.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Blur won't get the same result...But I guess that's the next best option.
  5. Doesn't Paint.NET not have a Smudge Tool...?
  6. Something just doesn't look right about this picture (and I am displaying a picture that I made in the following, so this isn't spam lol): I couldn't get the font to look right...Hm. Does it look a bit choppy to anyone else?
  7. I don't want to wait the 20+ minutes for that to render and me not being able to do anything because of the RAM it takes lol. Plus I'd have to go be a while since I don't have the cutouts on a different layer in the final .PDN (seven layers and 220 MB in size....). I'd have to go back to the previous .PDN before I blended everything =/ Besides, it'll be so small in real life compared to how big it is on a computer screen that the mess-ups won't really be noticeable. Sounds like someone needs a Kentsfield Edit: For reference, it takes about 1 minute to apply a 200-px radius Gaussian Blur to a 20.5 megapixel image on a 3.2 GHz Core 2 Quad, in 64-bit Windows Vista. The next process I buy won't be an Intel =/ I am going to get one for playing games without all the Intel noise and is a lot faster, which should work to speed up how long it takes to render these darned blurs lol. I was so ignorant, I thought that upgrading my RAM to 1.5 GB would make it fast enough to easily render blurs on an image thats 3.25x2 Inches with 1000 res. lol. But besides that, I won't be getting the RAM Hog Vista, XP already eats enough.
  8. Hm...Well, this is an ID I was making for my Digital Photography class (omitting the details). It's a really big picture but I shrunk it, so it should be okay for just using IMG (this is actually a compressed version of it. For the .PDN file it ate 750 MB of RAM to open to give you perspective of its resolution and size): As you may have noticed, cutting myself out wasn't the best of cuts. I used a different program for that but anyhow, after working on it for two hours I didn't want to fix my mistake. It's not like they'll be noticed in real life since it'll only be a 3.25x2 inch ID. I am using light sabers, but when I tinted the image they aren't that well recognizable. So here's the image before I tinted it. And as you may also notice, these sabers don't stay true to the movie version. And I have a very simple reason as to why: after waiting 10-20 minutes for it to render my blurs I didn't want to fix my errors. Luckily in the tented version they look a ton better for some reason.
  9. That sounds a lot like a vector to me.... You can draw a line, circle or whatever. Then use the same tool to change the direction or add more points to it. Then you can select the curve vector function that can allow you to curve parts of the vector...
  10. I was working on a rather large image and accidentally clicked "Save." I tried to click the "X" multiple times but it wouldn't stop saving, so I had to wait around half a minute for the file to save. I don't know if this is a bug or not, but I'm posting it here.
  11. Mastermind, try Gaussian Blurring the top layer with the water part, it lets the reflection blend into the bottom layer so it's like you're seeing the lake floor. But very good, I like it
  12. You need a certain brush in Photoshop, which obviously Paint.NET doesn't support.
  13. *Shrug* We try and help people. Plus, when helping, such as in times like this, we often learn a thing or two ourselves. Or create something that hasn't yet been done in Paint.NET which in turn helps the overall project. So we all win 8)
  14. Perhaps I used the wrong term, but he was still part of the family. And had he survived that mission I would have surely met him as my dad is rather close with all of his direct cousins (not second or later cousins, direct as in first cousins) - whom I have met.