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  • Birthday 06/04/1991

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  1. In lieu of a licensed copy of Photoshop, I use Paint.NET for my general design brainfarts. I've used it for a few years now and only now have found something I dislike - a lack of word/text wrapping functionality. So I decided I'd pop in and even remembered my account details on the first go (woohoo! This never happens) and drop a request for this functionality, as much as I hate requesting things in general due to a patholo--moving on. My vision is thus: Step 1. Enable Word Wrapping (a button up here, assumedly). This would ideally have a dropdown also allowing you to change whether it wraps on whitespace only or mid-word with a hyphen. Step 2. Make a selection. If there is no selection, it wraps to the image border. Step 3. Type. When the text hits the right (or left, for right-aligned text, or exceeds the width of the selection/image for center-aligned) it will wrap at the appropriate point. When out of vertical space the text would merely be cut off as it is now. Bonus points: Make center-aligned text centered relative to the selection. Justified text would also be possible when there are given bounds, but who even uses that? Sheesh. As it is now, text is based only on an anchor point (and is rasterized only - no editable text is a bearable downside for the gigabyte of memory I save from what I last saw of Photoshop, but that's not saying I don't often want for it), having text based on selection bounds if a selection exists would be a very user-friendly way of making it all much more powerful. I know Paint.NET isn't a word processor but nicer text handling would be a big plus for those of us who use it for more design-oriented purposes. As noted, text being editable objects (I don't much like the 'text layer' thing, but I can't honestly think of a better way) would be cool too.
  2. Insane. My laptop has... twice the PDN Functionality of this computer. Time to get up to date! Also, yeah I'm back from being banned. From my PC.
  3. Why be a genius cj? Why do it? Back from being mass banned from computer. Got me a new laptop too
  4. http://www.churchsigngenerator.com Not an image but it makes them!
  5. They're talking about the rootinest tootinest sunufagun in the wild wild west. What did you think they they were talking about? But yeah, Australia is excellent. We're waaay better than America. Almost as good as American in every way, but with less rapists. We win.
  6. - Bravenet: Experience: Meh. Usability: If you don't want a piece of [censorbar] then learn HTML at least. - Freewebs: Esperience: Good service. Usability: As above, learn HTML. - byethost (Related to phpnet.us) Experience: The hosting is good for free. It is primarily for PHP as far as I have seen though. Usability: Some HTML or PHP experience is recommended, although you can get by with pre-configured scripts such as phpBB or phpFusion. - Geocities: Experience: lol wut? First time I ever tried geocities, the registration page crashed, and the editor wouldn't save changes. Usability: FAIL. - Googlepages: It's good because it's Google. By previous Google experience that we all should have, the service is somewhat depersonalized, but reliable. - Offtopic: Not a webhost! @FrEaK: I love Pivot.
  7. ... I have an offensive comment but I'll bite my tongue. As for your sig, Image>Resize before it gets deleted.
  8. Map! Fixed it. Now I'm fixing the image! Map 1000x1000 pixels.
  9. While fiddling with this tutorial, I accidentally found a way to generate generic world maps. Unfortunately, I spent too much time fiddling with it so I have to go now. Clouds Clouds (Difference) Pencil Sketch at 3 size and 0 range. Then refine in whatever way you see fit.
  10. Tile Reflection? Looks pretty epic because there's not much detail loss.
  11. Thanks. Someone should download every single plugin worth having and place them in one file for easy download. And keep said file bumped so it doesn't go under.
  12. I watched the Pixelgod car video on Youtube ages ago. I was kind of wowed. Then PDN came and fixed my views on imaging by removing the need for mspaint.
  13. My internet died yesterday. Winner! My result: And while I'm here: Background [1024x768] Symbol [1024x768]