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Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. Return to the linked thread, read the red note at the top of the first post, then click the link immediately under the red text.
  2. I'm listening Functional fixes first. Then I can do beautification. I'll spend some time on the forum CSS this weekend.
  3. The attachment meta info is only added if you're using the the colored download buttons. It's a forum thing. I've added a couple of buttons to your plugin pack by way of demonstration.
  4. Anyone who will be using the HEIC plugin should not be thrown by the installation instructions. I'd push it into the Filetypes forum so people can find it more easily. Good point. I'll add it next release. Same goes for this, Filetyes forum?
  5. September Update One new plugin this month - I've listed it even though it is still "in developement' because it is another excellent file type from @null54 - and everyone should know about it 😃 HEIC Filetype Plus null54 Allows HEIC images to be loaded and saved with transparency, and adds a few more options when saving. Note this plugin replaces Paint.NET's built-in HEIC support. Installation is non-standard (see instructions in the first post of forum thread). In other news, the Plugin Index database has been migrated from an Excel spreadsheet to a cloud-b
  6. This forum is not a coding playground. If your plugin (and I use the term loosely) is not useful then why publish it? <removed><locked>
  7. Have a look at Dimensions by BoltBait. It should make the process less painful.
  8. Updated. My plugin pack now includes MathLaTeX
  9. Have a very happy birthday barbieq25! 🎂🍷
  10. I've not found one. MathLaTeX uses this library: https://github.com/ForNeVeR/wpf-math. Have a look in there. Maybe I missed something.
  11. Click the icon instead: . You'll find it in the Tools Window... fourth down on the left hand side....
  12. Try it again. One step at a time. We'll help you if you get stuck. It helps if you download and print out the PDF so you can refer to it.
  13. I have a huge German-built belt sander which I suspect is a repurposed war engine. I have two grits for it Digit removal Limb removal On the plus side, the beast is so heavy it takes two hands to operate it. I'm in more danger of being dragged right across the work piece and thrown into the far wall.
  14. Jpgs don't support layers or transparency. When you save as a jpg you're getting a single (combined) layer without any transparent areas. If you want to preserve the layer structure, save the image as a PDN file first, then use File > Save As to resave it as a jpg. When saving as any type do not type in the file extension. Select it from the list with the mouse.
  15. I too have issues with the designer. Here's what I can suggest: Put the designer window on your primary monitor if using more than one. Reset the system DPI scaling to 100% Delete the OBJ folder for the project prior to (re)building it.
  16. The default canvas size is scaled from the system DPI. The dimensions will be 800xDPI by 600xDPI; at 150% DPI the default canvas will be 1200×900. The other way to set a canvas size is to make yourself a correctly sized template and save it as a *.PDN to your desktop. Flag the file as Read Only to stop it being overwritten. See https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/24853-how-do-you-stop-paintnet-from-creating-a-new-canvas-upon-program-execution/?do=findComment&comment=376215
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