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  1. Hi, I'd find this very usefull: Select either the paintbrush or the pencil. Hold down shift. The first click on the canvas will now be the startingpoint of a line and every next click with shift-down generates a line from the last click-position to the current click-position.
  2. Do you mean this: - you add a new layer and draw everything you want to have selected black - you run the plugin and everything on the current layer which is black, gets selected ?
  3. What are burnt edges? Could you show an example of it?
  4. I think in no way, didn't know about it. But nonetheless usefull as I'll write at least 2 more plugins based on this.
  5. Hi, here is a plugin to perform the basic morphologic operations dilate and erode. More to come based on this. Morphologic.zip
  6. I think the original code is more performant.
  7. Yeah, sorry, wrote a bit confusing, I'm new to the API of Paint.NET and actually new to C#. I wrote only a few plugins for TheGIMP in C so far.
  8. Updated a minor bug in both. Could cause problems with multithreading.
  9. Oh, thanks for that hint. Yeah, sure, of course this can happen. I'll switch to OnSetRenderInfo then.
  10. I stayed with my first solution with the flag. A private boolean, which indicates, whether it's the first call of the render-function. If so, I loop over so whole Sourceimage to determine the min- and maxvalues of the pixels.
  11. The difference: The default one only detects angles in a certain direction. Mine detects all edges. See on the image, how some edges aren't detected by the default-one. The ui of mine is simple. Just a slider to controll the amount of noise-reduce. First image: Really nice result with noise-reduce = 1 and then normalized (See viewtopic.php?f=16&t=23154 ).
  12. I don't know, how the default-one works. I think it goes in a specific angle with scanlines over the image and the result is the first derive of the pixels in this direction. Mine goes in x- and y-direction with the second derive and combines the two results (Laplace-filter). First, it reduces the noise with a gaussian blurr. -> Laplace-Kernel: 0 1 0 1 -4 1 0 1 0
  13. Sure, but a different one with some angle-stuff.
  14. Right. I updated the zip in the first post.
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