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flarn2006

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  1. This is the third feature suggestion in a row from me! Anyway, I think it should be possible to make gradients with steps in the middle, as opposed to just the start and end. And perhaps you can then save gradients, much like in Photoshop.
  2. This is the third feature suggestion in a row from me! Anyway, I think it should be possible to make gradients with steps in the middle, as opposed to just the start and end. And perhaps you can then save gradients, much like in Photoshop.
  3. I don't know if anyone has suggested this before, but I think Paint.NET should have an airbrush tool. No, not like the one in MSPaint, but more like the Photoshop one.
  4. I don't know if anyone has suggested this before, but I think Paint.NET should have an airbrush tool. No, not like the one in MSPaint, but more like the Photoshop one.
  5. I think Paint.NET should have support for 32-bit .BMP images. When you save, you can choose from 24-bit and 8-bit, so why can't we add 32-bit? It shouldn't be that hard. Seeing as this format is gaining popularity, it seems essential to add it.
  6. I think Paint.NET should have support for 32-bit .BMP images. When you save, you can choose from 24-bit and 8-bit, so why can't we add 32-bit? It shouldn't be that hard. Seeing as this format is gaining popularity, it seems essential to add it.
  7. You're a racist! Just kidding. Sorry 'bout that. I just couldn't help it.
  8. Try enabling the Alpha gradient mode (click on :AllColorChannels: in the toolbar to turn it into :AlphaChannel: with the Gradient tool selected) and see if that does what you want.
  9. Max Power: 8/10 - Nice use of Marlett. LFC4EVER: 6/10 - May be biased as I am not really interested in sports.
  10. I think it would be excellent if we could edit vector graphics in Paint.NET. One way this could be possible is special "vector layers" used in addition to the standard raster layers, like in Paint Shop Pro. I would really appreciate this, but I don't know whether or not it is feasible.
  11. I hope you don't have photosensitive epilepsy! :twisted: This is just something I made with the Light Rays plugin and Microsoft GIF Animator.
  12. That's the worst idea ever. It would completely defeat the expiration system.
  13. That's the point. But maybe you should provide something in the options, or even something where you type something like "I understand I am using an obsolete version of Paint.NET but just don't want to upgrade yet." Then the expiration would be turned off. Or maybe provide instructions on your website for a registry change. What if the new version won't install and you can't uninstall the old one either? I have that problem on my other machine...thank goodness it's not a beta version!
  14. Here's mine. You can see the forum thread in the taskbar, and the wallpaper is really just a 4x4 bitmap in Stretch mode.
  15. Why do beta versions of Paint.NET expire? I mean sure, it's good encouragement to upgrade, but there are much better ways than to not even let someone use Paint.NET unless they either upgrade or change the system clock. Paint.NET is a free program, and beta versions are not trial versions. A much better method of encouragement to upgrade would be after the date when it would expire, to put up a nag screen every time you load Paint.NET. But there could be a check box on that screen which you could check to stop it from appearing. I just don't get why it just prevents you from being able to use it. Any ideas why?
  16. Does anyone know when Paint.NET v4.00 will be released? I have heard lots of news about cool features expected for it, and I can't wait. But I would like to know how long I am expected to wait!
  17. One of my complaints with Paint.NET (of which I don't have very many!) is that when you go to File->Print ( :Print: ) it uses the Windows XP Photo Printing Wizard, which sucks IMHO. My main complaint with it is that you cannot print an image in actual size, probably because that wizard was designed for photos, which not all graphics are! Even MSPaint can do this, so why not Paint.NET? Another thing is my laptop has problems with printing in MSPaint (probably due to the widescreen monitor) forcing me to paste it into a program like WordPad, which is very inconvenient! So I suggest a simple feature: provide printing support with a standard Print dialog box like other programs do. That is all it will take.
  18. x3 Whoa! Somebody must have gotten really injured if they had to send in three ambulances! But at least the paramedics liked the tutorial... :wink: lol
  19. If you just drag it to the fonts folder but it doesn't work, open up the fonts folder and close it and then that should get it to work.
  20. I love the dry mud idea!
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