Hockeyflyers

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. Well, I have this plugin: But it doesn't work well when reflecting certain shapes such as circles.
  2. I'm not quite sure if this has been mentioned before (I haven't been on this forum for a while), but is it possible to make a reflection effect yet?
  3. Hey thanks! I think I'll use this one viewtopic.php?f=15&t=20350&hilit=flame+fire Or, this one: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=20053&hilit=flame+fire [/sarcasm] Of course I searched before posting this topic, I am not new to forums, just these forums. No tutorials give me the effect I need.
  4. I tried to duplicate the Microsoft ® logo: I probably should've done a couple things differently, I'll try again later.
  5. We speak English on this forum. We cannot understand you.
  6. First off, I am not some impatient newbie who thinks all I have to do is download some program and it creates plugins any time I want. I have learned programming languages before, so I know how hard it is. I have heard you can write plugins for Pdn with C#. I have downloaded Microsoft Visual C# Studio 2005 Express and I am learning C#. I was wondering if Microsoft Visual C# Studio 2005 Express can create plugins? If not, what does everyone else use?
  7. Whenever I do clouds, it just inverts the colors, what am I doing wrong?
  8. Looks great now, excellent job. Thanks! How come I get this: Take the Magic Wand-Tool, set the Tolerance to 0% and click outside the circle on "Layer 2", then hit [strg.] + to :InvertSelection: Invert the selection, so you’ve selected the entire circle. [strg.] + says: [strg.] + It's everywhere in the tutorial, but I figured out what all of them meant. I am using Windows XP. I think this has been mentioned before, but I don't think it has been answered.
  9. Make sure you put the .dll in the directory: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects