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Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. January Update Here is the latest round-up of new plugins. Happy New Year to you all! Dynamic Contrast ReMake Similar to the Photoshop's Dynamic Contrast filter, which allows the creation of high contrast images. Discussion of the color theory is a nice additional touch. Source code provided. Fragment Blur+ Reptillian New version of Fragment Blur (algorithm is not exactly the same). New features are color space options, boundary options, utilize half image hypotenuse rather than distance, linear interpolation shift, superimposing the original. Source
  2. No. Reasons are given here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/399-frequently-asked-questions-faq/
  3. I have no issues with private plugins being used so long as the plugin plays by the 'rules' AND the plugin is released following the comp. I think MJW does this. Here are a couple of plugins which reference comps.... https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/108875-hot-metal-glow/ https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/116830-vanishing-trails/ And I think this one... https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/110896-average-object-color/ If a comp theme inspires a new plugin, I think it only fair the plugin author gets to use it. CodeLab is, after all, a P
  4. Hello Eric & welcome to the forum Try this... Ctrl + Shift + C (copy Merged) Ctrl + Shift + V (Paste into new image) Ctrl + S (Save = Save As... because this new file will have no existant source file). Close new file or return to your original PDN file to continue editing. Howzat?
  5. Have you tried using the Bezier option in the toolbar when drawing curves? Default type is cubic spline The other option is BΓ©zier Use ShapeMaker. Seriously. It has an option to begin the next curve from the last end point & will even snap to it. The workaround: Draw a line Add a new layer with Ctrl + Shift + N Draw the next line. Use the Move Tool (Keyboard shortcut: M) to adjust the start position of the new line to match the end of the previous line. Merge the layer down with Ctrl + M Repeat
  6. ^ the second link here. The relevant bit is the second yellow note.
  7. Great solution. Who cares if it is bad code?? It works for you and that is the important bit
  8. Use the Header and Footer options to specify the information you need. {Print.Name} will append the filename, but I haven't found a keyword for Date and Time. Suggest you manually append these as simple strings.
  9. As I suspected, you're pasting the image onto a blank canvas. Try this ... Use file explorer to find the oversize image Right click > open with paint.net Resize. Save using Ctrl + S. As the file is known, you won't have to specify a filename, extension or location. Ctrl + S will save the resized image over the original. Close the image. Go back to 1.
  10. https://www.getpaint.net/ There's a prominent link at the top of the forum: https://forums.getpaint.net/.
  11. or Open the first image Open the second image Ctrl + C on the second image Return to the first image Ctrl + Shift + V (paste in to new layer.) When you do step 5 the move tool is activated automatically. All you need to do is grab the South East corner nub and drag it to the corner of the canvas.
  12. When creating a new image, the size of an image held in the clipboard will be used to set the new canvas size. So if you create a selection, copy it, then create a new image, the new canvas will be the correct size to accept the selection. Ref: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/FileMenu.html
  13. The easiest way is to rename them & give them the correct file extension. Why do you state this is "impossible"?
  14. An old thread. Its been dead more than a year. Please start a new thread if you wish to continue the discussion. Closed.
  15. 1603 is known problem. It indicates you have a previous installation which has been incompetely removed. If running this utility does not solve the issue, try downloading Revo Uninstaller.
  16. That's not what is says... The key word here is correspond
  17. Yes you can (and should). This is exactly what the Recoloring Tool is for. See this image. Red is pale on the left and full saturation on the right. I've recoloried some of it blue using the recoloring tool. Notice how the blue strip is also pale of the left and more heavily saturated on the right? The Recoloring tool did that automatically. I posted a mini tutorial on the Recoloring Tool here:
  18. Hello @tsiam - welcome to the forum Activate the Move tool Right click and drag. The number of degrees is shown on the Status bar. REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/MoveTools.html#9 If you hold down the Shift key, the rotation will snap to 15 degree increments. Pro-Tip: Move your pointer quite a distance form the centre or rotation before holding down the right button. This will give you more control over the angle. Pro-Tip2: You can use the keyboard arrows to fine-tune the rotation. Keep the right button down & h
  19. Both the links in 1. and 2. work. What is the problem you are having?
  20. I'd look for a little more variation in the star sizes. The big ones are too much alike and the very fine ones too similar. Nice job on the character though. That eye is excellent.
  21. Drop Shadow has never been a built-in feature. So it hasn't 'gone' anywhere. You may have used a different version, or the location in the menu structure may have changed (if you used a very old version). Um, then use an outline tool? I can't agree with your assessment of the outline tool. It's excellent. What more features could you possibly want?
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