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Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. Thanks NiteNurse, Pixey, Remake & Seerose. I'm fine. I didn't even feel this quake - thankfully. I'm based just north of Christchurch (east coast of South Island - about half way up). We got hit hard by the Christchurch quakes. The city is still massively disrupted. Place looks like a bomb hit it - and this is four years on This was our wakeup call: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/3908-the-off-topic-thread/?p=334243 Then we got this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Christchurch_earthquake 186 people lost their lives in the largest quake.
  2. Ctrl + Shift + Z Play with the rotation-globe-thingy. It does rotations in three different planes. If you're looking to fake a tilt then this is the tool for you.
  3. No. Give us your system specs. What sort of machine are you trying to install onto?
  4. TechnoRobbo will correct me if I'm wrong - but I don't think it leaves a copy in your system. It uses it to build a database of data (PluginData.dll in \Effects\).
  5. Removing a program by deleting files is just bad. You've learned this - so I'm not going to rub it in Later versions of paint.net automatically remove previous versions - so you don't have to remove the old one. Simply install the new one and the old version will be taken care of. Ok. Your problem is that you have an incomplete removal. Bits and pieces are hanging around your system and fouling the new install. Go to this thread: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/692-install-update-or-uninstall-trouble-read-this/ Read post #2. It details how to use a VERY POWE
  6. You cannot specify a custom location for the .net framework. It gets installed in the \Windows\.NET Framework\ directory.
  7. May Update Three new toys for you to play with... Level Horizon - @BoltBait. Correct photos which have been taken on a tilt by levelling the horizon. Paint.Net Scriptor - @HurryK. Write composite effect scripts in a javascript-like-language. Allows the splitting of the original image into its composite parts on order to apply effects on each separate part and blend them together again. What's It? - @Martin Osieka. Identify files by looking for a specific signature in the file content. Can correct improperly assigned extensions.
  8. Absolutely not that one. Just remember Megalo=Virus! As Fuzzy has correctly said - only ever download plugins from this forum or from links placed here by the plugin author..
  9. Welcome lacym. Please repost your problem in it's own thread, including a screenshot if possible. This thread is over a year old. Thanks.
  10. It downloads a copy of the Plugin Index. This is 100% safe. Plugin Browser uses the information in the Plugin Index to help categorize plugins you have installed.
  11. Click on a white pixel, then hit the Delete key on your keyboard. Welcome aboard Swifty. Here on the forum we discourage replying to old posts. This thread is four years old. If you wish to restart a discussion, please just start a new thread. Thanks.
  12. Yes you can specify a custom installation location. If you're installing for the first time I strongly recommend you use the default installation options. Its easier.
  13. 1. I've edited the URL you posted to make it clickable. 2. You're using an old version of paint.net. You really should update to the latest version. 3. The issue you've got appears to be that you're pasting a big graphic onto a small one. The canvas is being enlarged to fit the larger size. This is why you see a large expanse of white around the smaller image. Try resizing the larger image so that it's the same size as the smaller one.
  14. Upload it to ImgUr/Photobucket and post the link here.
  15. It won't help because the question was asked in 2009. <closed>
  16. Dee, this thread is nine years old. The original poster is probably a grandparent by now Let's keep the forum current by ignoring old posts like this. Thanks. <closed>
  17. Can you zip the file and attach it? Someone might be able to restore some of it. Wouldn't hurt to try. Have you tried right clicking on the file + Restore Previous Version?
  18. No file attached? Try running this plugin http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/31715-whats-it-tools-effect-plugin/
  19. Glad you got it sorted Smaland47! It's wonderful how much good a cold boot can do to solve mysterious issues like this
  20. How very tactless. And its your first post too Rick is the Developer and programmer. He makes the decisions, and yes he generally does know better than the user. Trust me on that. You'll find that around here we support and encourage constructive criticism and dialogue. Your sort of comment is not helpful and not adding to the conversation. How about helping pin down the cause? Why not post your system specs for example (Settings > Diagnostics)? Tried updating your video drivers recently? Did that help?
  21. Hi Nero7 - welcome to the forum Four control nubs is all we get for this tool. There is no way to add more. Sorry about that - it's the way it works. Several forum members (the Dwarf Horde: TechnoRobbo, Red Ochre and myself) are working on an enhanced tool which can join lines and curves into complex shapes which are re-editable. It's almost due for a _limited_ release. At this stage I don't know when (if??) it will become publicly available.
  22. Links in the post immediately above have been fixed. They lead to BoltBait's plugin pack (v4.x). I don't think Outline Object has it's own thread. Correct me if I'm wrong. Note that I'm also in the process of updating all the older links to BoltBait's plugin pack (they are still showing above) . The Plugin Index itself will have to await the next revision at the end of the month for these changes to take place.
  23. Can't agree about the direction of the active layer focus. I think the present functionality is logical and appropriate. Hiding a layer transfers the active focus to a lower layer. Transferring up in the stack doesn't seem logical. The flow must be to cascade downwards surely?
  24. Paint.net has bicubic resampling. Check out the options under Image > Resize > Resampling. These algorithms are used to 'fill in the blanks' when you resize an image to be larger than the original. It is no surprise that the resultant details are softer. You're using (very clever) methods to smear the existing pixel data over a larger area. There is still no way to "enhance" an image like CSI would have you believe. The data is just not there.
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