Ego Eram Reputo

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    Web design & graphic design. Chess, horseriding & trail running. Fiddling with C#.

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  1. You've said that the removal tool didn't work. That used to be our go-to solution for the 1603 error during installation. Prior to the removal tool, @toe_head2001 wrote an install logger to help diagnose this problem (no longer available). Prior to that, a few users got the /createmsi trick to work https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/30437-win7-error-1603-32-bit-msi-may-not-be-installed-on-64-bit-os/
  2. Dearest Pixey, we're all thinking of you right now. Kia Kaha my friend. 💕
  3. HyRez did you even read the post? @Don V thanks for posting this. While we are generally cautious about recommending registry edits, your solution gives power users another tool they can use.
  4. Batch processing with PDN isn't supported. There have been a few attempts. Your best bet is to have a look at IrfanView.
  5. I understand. I redid the PDN documentation website and added all the new icons in. Of course the screenshots had to be updated too. I actually rather enjoyed it. If you want help updating the project feel free to PM me.
  6. Hey Fxtxre Hendrixx - welcome to the forum There sure is a way to do this! Quite easily too. First, place each letter on it's own transparent layer. Then set each layer's Blend Mode to Multiply (there are more options here, Screen might work better for some of the brighter colors). More info >> https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/BlendModes.html
  7. I wish you a happy and fun filled birthday @ReMake 🎁
  8. Caliandris specified A5 size AND a fewer pixels. Lowering the print density (DPI) is the only option. It is likely that after printing the results will be less than impressive because of the low resolution. But this is not what has been asked.
  9. @HyReZI'm trying to make this clearer. That kind of comment is not helping 😐
  10. In short: Print Size (inches) = Image Size (pixels) / Print Density (DPI aka Dots per Inch) Equally, but using a different unit of measurement..... Print Size (centimeters) = Image Size (pixels) / Print Density (DPcm aka Dots per Centimeter) Another way of writing the second equation is.... Image Size (pixels) = Print Size (centimeters) * Print Density (DPcm aka Dots per Centimeter) In either case, if you want A5 size with fewer pixels, lower the DPI setting 😉
  11. Not quite the same effect, but worthy of inclusion in this discussion is my Woven Photo plugin. Run it multiple times over the same image. Each time use a different spacing and size.