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  1. Agreed. Its not very useful, and even if I were to do it there would only be a few people who ever use it. However, just for the record, it wouldnt be all that hard to do all those things, your list follows a singular format, so writing a program to extract all the authors names wouldnt be hard at all.
  2. Okay well, whatever then. Ill set aside like an hour for clicking and stuff. Firefox's snaplinks plugins will be handy. But seriously, its not like these plugins are for cows, they are free (which of course is awesome on its own).
  3. Yeah, thats true too, but still takes a lot of clicking. What about compiling a post/html page with direct links to all plugins, not the plugins' threads. Would that require authors premission/be against the rules?
  4. No. That would require permission from every plugin author, and a huge time investment of whoever was in charge of compiling and maintaining the collection. It's been attempted before. Definitely no. MediaFire is horrid. I see. This would be very useful though. And yeah, I agree, mediafire does suck, at least it has lately, but its the first host site that came to mind. Thanks for the quick reply.
  5. Thanks so much, after reformatting, ive lost all of my PdN plugins... Any chance of this being compiled into a single .zip file (hosted on mediafire or the like?)
  6. oh... thanks then. PdN 4 seems a little far away still though.
  7. oh... thanks then. PdN 4 seems a little far away still though.
  8. i havent been active for a while, but i still use PdN. So, i really like using paint.net for making brochures, so i propose creating a "text layer" feature in this type of layer, all text would remain text, and remain editable btw, i did use search, didnt find anything. but i dont believe that nobody had thought of this
  9. i havent been active for a while, but i still use PdN. So, i really like using paint.net for making brochures, so i propose creating a "text layer" feature in this type of layer, all text would remain text, and remain editable btw, i did use search, didnt find anything. but i dont believe that nobody had thought of this
  10. Alright I guess I'll be first. You know what? Compression kills.
  11. i think that the first post is a great idea the shift click = add nubs also sounds great but the best idea in here is that we could use another tool, and then edit the same line (or text) i think it was contributed by boltbait
  12. so these bots are actually useful right? because if they collect information for google (well only the google bot does) and then somebody searched for making a wave or something this forum will be linked to right?
  13. @ janettsue i dont think oma used bulge. i think she used lens. Bevel helps you make the frames that were in oma's picture (look on the very left and youll see a brown line @swistak looks good also looks like some sort of candy
  14. so has pyro explained how to make his sig in the 33 pages of this post? EDIT: oops. 34 pages
  15. @ Fisherman's Friend That is, if PdN doesn't get sold to google before 5.00