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becauseilearn

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  1. The author of the plugin (Nem) hasn't been here for over a year. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=3837&start=30 is where you'll find the discussion for this plugin. You might be able to PM the few people who mentioned they were using it to see if it was working for them under the current version of Paint.NET.
  2. The author of the plugin (Nem) hasn't been here for over a year. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=3837&start=30 is where you'll find the discussion for this plugin. You might be able to PM the few people who mentioned they were using it to see if it was working for them under the current version of Paint.NET.
  3. The author of the plugin (Nem) hasn't been here for over a year. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=3837&start=30 is where you'll find the discussion for this plugin. You might be able to PM the few people who mentioned they were using it to see if it was working for them under the current version of Paint.NET.
  4. It takes time to breed the right kind of ponies for Rick to provide with version 4.0.
  5. I don't think I've ever seen an emboss effect that doesn't do this.
  6. Clone stamp can do a good job on a simple image: Here is the original image And here is the altered one I made as a joke to a friend. I had to erase the "WINTER" portion with clone stamp before I could add the "OFFICE" in. It worked well here, and might work well for your image (if we could see it, that is ).
  7. Paint.NET has unlimited undo. Just undo the crop and crop a different section.
  8. Oh, I'm sure it isn't specific to Win 7. I've had to break the security on registry entries just to install SP3 on some of the XP machines we have at work. It just seems to happen randomly.
  9. It isn't Paint.NET. This is saying that you do not have sufficient authorization to access the registry under the account you are using. If you are running as an administrator, you may have to go to that key and set the permissions manually.
  10. I don't know if there are many programs out that actually allow you to change the kerning value outside of DTP, and PDN doesn't have its own internal font with which to do that. I don't think this could easily be supported.
  11. After years of urging the company I work for to allow me to set up content filtering on our Sonicwall firewall, they finally did so. No issues were brought up in the last month and a half, so I was very pleased. Smug, even. Yesterday the maintenance man told us he couldn't get to the website of the welding company he gets supplies from so he could get pricing for a welding helmet. Reason? "Weapons". :shock: I was glad he didn't try to check out Ace Hardware or something. The firewall might have called the BATF on him. Edit: And the hot.ee site didn't cause a blip with the content filter.
  12. Eh, then I am at a loss as to why this font has this issue. There are no errors being thrown by PDN, other programs allow the font to be used. This is odd.
  13. Eh, then I am at a loss as to why this font has this issue. There are no errors being thrown by PDN, other programs allow the font to be used. This is odd.
  14. That is the 3.36 version, but the crash log posted is really chopped up. There could be some essential details that are missing.
  15. That is the 3.36 version, but the crash log posted is really chopped up. There could be some essential details that are missing.
  16. I have the same problem with that font. It is installed properly on my system. I wonder if it is due to it not being a "complete" font? Look at the font and then look at another and you'll see a clear difference.
  17. I have the same problem with that font. It is installed properly on my system. I wonder if it is due to it not being a "complete" font? Look at the font and then look at another and you'll see a clear difference.
  18. Is it the Lego System Font from Dafont.com? I downloaded it and then ran the font installer from the classic view on my control panel (WinXP SP3) . Paint.NET saw the font and I was able to use it. So is it possible that you have to install the font on your system?
  19. Is it the Lego System Font from Dafont.com? I downloaded it and then ran the font installer from the classic view on my control panel (WinXP SP3) . Paint.NET saw the font and I was able to use it. So is it possible that you have to install the font on your system?
  20. Another possibility is that the image is JPG, and text never looks good in JPG.
  21. I think the first thing I did that was halfway decent was this: I am in no way as talented as almost anyone in here (and it would be awesome to have 1/10 the talent of Ash or Oma or, well, almost anyone else). I also wrote a tutorial on making something that might look like bamboo if you squint tightly. I think the amazing things people do here should be taken as things you can do once you learn how. Not as unattainable heights. I mean, the ones who do these amazing things are also writing tutorials on how to do them.
  22. The source code is available, but there is no support for what you do with it (which makes sense). Rick is working on the next version as well as improving the current one, and I'd see it as a waste of his time to try and also support the things you want to do with the base code. This message board is for the discussion of the work he has done, as well as the plugins that are designed for the software he has written.
  23. This also doesn't occur on my system running FF 3.0.1 and Paint.NET 3.35. Something is changing the image before PDN gets it on your system. Do you have any download managers or clipboard software running?
  24. It looks like some process is trying to write to protected memory, based on my possible mistranslation of the error detail. Since the lines below it note a few instances where it is working with fonts, I suspect that there is a corrupt font package on your system. I could be completely wrong. If you recently placed some new fonts on your PC, you could remove them and see if the problem goes away.
  25. The "Exclusion layer" would seem to be negation applied to the layer in Paint.NET. Difference causes more of a solarization effect when applied to an original picture as per the instructions in the tutorial.
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