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Everything posted by toe_head2001

  1. The ColorWheel Sliders are upside down in IndirectUI. Well, the track markers are correct, but the backgrounds are upside down.
  2. @Tiamariacat, you are using a very old version of Paint.NET. You really should update to the latest version.
  3. It's been long enough that we can do it again. Dice was also done twice. It gives a chance for newer people to do it, and for those who did it last time, you now have 3+ years of additional experience with Paint.NET to take advantage of.
  4. You'll need to ask the manufacture of your printer. We have no control over how your printer works, or how the Windows Print Wizard works.
  5. It's an issue with HiDPI scaling. The version of Paint.NET you're using is irrelevant.
  6. The removal of the EnableAutoGlass property has caused several plugins by @Ed Harvey to stop working.
  7. I've claimed every game that Epic has offered for free, and have never given them a cent. I just looked at the number of games in my Epic library, and was shocked how high it is. 195. They've given out 195 games. I feel a little bad for not giving them any money. Not that they need my money; they rake in billions from Fortnite. I always buys my games from Steam.
  8. There's an example in this forum topic: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/117273-white-stripes-on-the-cut-edges-of-the-cut-out-areas-in-the-image/
  9. Thumbnails are found in the registry. They are in the Base64 format. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\paint.net There's no way you're going to get your full-size image back from a thumbnail though.
  10. Most people don't use tabs with any C style language. That's completely subjective. The same exact things can be said about tabs. I'm not even joking. The standout issue with tabs is variable tab width among different environments. For you a tab width might appears as 40px, but for other people it might be 80px. This is very evident in web browsers. For some reason, a tab is about double the normal (if there is such a thing) width in a web browser. A space is always the same width. The good news is that modern editors will automatically
  11. So the Microsoft Store program said "Try again later. Something happened on our end.", and then someone working for Microsoft Support claimed the Microsoft Store is not their product? I would recommend calling them back. Maybe the second person you talk to won't be so dense. I wish we could help, but no one here has any control over the Microsoft Store and how it behaves.
  12. Make sure the Default Namespace in the Visual Studio project is set to Tiled_Form.
  13. Are you referring to the Default Namespace in the Visual Studio project?
  14. Please describe your issue in more detail.
  15. Yeah, we've been telling people to use AHK for years (for various things in Paint.NET). I'm surprised no one else had posted an AHK script thus far.
  16. As far as the Index is concerned, no plugin has the word "archimedean" in its description. Is there a plugin that should have "archimedean" in its description?
  17. The templates and instructions for Roblox Clothing is here: https://developer.roblox.com/en-us/articles/How-to-Make-Shirts-and-Pants-for-Roblox-Characters
  18. @Joshua Lamusga, IUserFilesService is working correctly in this plugin; it returns the directory path without issue. The problem arises when checking if BrushFactorySettings.xml exists in that directory. If the XML file doesn't exist, then your code throws an exception. To make matters worse, the plugin won't ever create the XML file, because an instance of BrushFactorySettings never gets initialized.
  19. I was curious about these errors, so I opened Brush Factory this morning, and I too see the error messages. Running Windows 10 20H2. I'm using IUserFilesService in a few of my plugins, and it's working fine in those. I'll take a look at what's going on in the Brush Factory source code later tonight when I get back from work.
  20. The niche is an easy-to-use image editor, and I don't think that's going to change. Sure, a lot of people move onto more capable image editors (Photoshop, Krita, ect.) when they've mastered what Paint.NET has to offer, but there's nothing wrong with that. People should use the software that fits their needs. For a beginner or a layperson, Paint.NET is the ideal software. (not to say Paint.NET can't be used by professionals too) It was nearly abandoned. It's actually seeing a bit of growth right now. In the past year or so, the number of members has more than do
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