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toe_head2001

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  1. @mei, I think you've misinterpreted.  Linux itself is not a mistake.  Choosing to use an operating system, before making sure your software will run on it, is the mistake.

     

    I really like and prefer Xbox, and I even got one for free.

    However, if I want to play Super Mario Bros, I'll need to use a Nintendo.  The game won't run on an Xbox.

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  2. 7 minutes ago, flmngseabass said:

    Where do I find it??

     

    I suggest downloading MadJik's plugin pack, so all of those plugins are up-to-date.

    https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/7186-madjik-all-plugins/

     

    8 minutes ago, flmngseabass said:

    Oh, and how can you see that it is an old one I'm using?

     

    Your screenshot shows the filesize of WaterReflection.dll, and it is not the correct size for the most recent version.

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  3. 3 hours ago, nitenurse79 said:

    ... I have it installed (PDN 4.2.14) and it works fine.

     

    The key word in the admin note is not completely. That is to say, it mostly works.

    You can see my comments about compatibility here:

    https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/15318-palette-from-image-tool-20091111/?do=findComment&comment=523376

     

     

    I might be be able to make a patched version with compatibility fixes. I'll take a look in the next few days.

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  4. If you're working with Surfaces, these are the two overloads for FitSurface:

    FitSurface(ResamplingAlgorithm algorithm, Surface source)
    FitSurface(ResamplingAlgorithm algorithm, Surface source, Rectangle dstRoi)

     

    Example:

    auxSuface.FitSurface(ResamplingAlgorithm.Bicubic, srcSurface);

     

    5 minutes ago, Reptillian said:

    On autocropping, is there a sample code?

     

    I have a static method to find the trimmed bounds (remove transparent edges) of a Surface.

    https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-blur-fill/blob/master/BlurFill/BlurFill.cs#L194

     

     

     

    In fact my Blur Fill plugin does all this stuff: Trims the source image, uses FitSurface() to enlarge the trimmed surface to the size of the dstSurface.

     

    Here's simplified example:

    Rectangle selection = this.EnvironmentParameters.SelectionBounds;
    Rectangle trimmedBounds = GetTrimmedBounds(src, selection);
    
    Surface trimmedSurface = new Surface(trimmedBounds.Size);
    trimmedSurface.CopySurface(src, Point.Empty, trimmedBounds);
    
    dst.FitSurface(ResamplingAlgorithm.Bicubic, trimmedSurface);

     

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  5. 18 minutes ago, Kaosism said:

        aswhook.dll                                      C:\Program Files\Avast Software\Avast\aswhook.dll, version=20.8.5684.0

        ashShell.dll                                     C:\Program Files\Avast Software\Avast\ashShell.dll, version=20.8.5684.0
        aswAMSI.dll                                      C:\Program Files\Avast Software\Avast\aswAMSI.dll, version=20.8.5684.0

     

    Disable Avast, and see if the issue persists.

    Let us know how it goes.

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  6. 7 hours ago, Djisves said:

    - Is the limit for a total number of reactions or for each of the five separately? 

     

    The total is 7 reactions per day. That total is collective for all reactions, so 7 means 7.

     

    7 hours ago, Djisves said:

    - It will also be nice to know how a "day" is calculated. Is it reset daily at midnight Kathmandu time or is it for total reactions in any 24-hour period?

     

    I believe it is a rolling 24 hours based on the time of your oldest reaction in the last 24 hour period.

     

    7 hours ago, Djisves said:

    - Is it possible to allow two reactions by the same member for the same post? Like when I like a plugin/image/tutorial/reply so much that I want to click "Thanks" and "Like".

     

    Sorry, you can only give one reaction per post. If you try to choose a second reaction, your first one will be undone.

    Each of these reactions awards 1 reputation point, so reacting with all 6 reactions would award 6 reputation points.

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