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1. Talk Foreign

Mijn Engels wordt beter en beter. "Victory, at all cost."
2. CodeLab v6.1 (for advanced users) Released June 25, 2021

Thank you.

GĂ¶del, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid by Douglas Hofstadter. I don't know why I like it, maybe because I actually understand it, sort of...
4. Perspective Effect (v2.0 update 03/05/'10)

Thanks, I would be honoured. I already have a simple blur working so I guess this should be do-able.

Shouldn't that be Russia be afraid? My calculations showed me that for every Fin (?) that died that were 13 Russians before him.
6. Perspective Effect (v2.0 update 03/05/'10)

@dpy: anti-aliasing is controlled blurring, and blurring is quite easy, it's mixing colours. So an average blur with a radius of 1 might look something like this: CurrentPixel.R=(src[x+1,y+1].R+src[x,y+1].R+src[x-1,y+1].R+src[x+1,y].R+src[x,y].R+src[x-1,y].R+src[x+1,y-1].R+src[x,y-1].R+src[x-1,y-1].R)/9; //repeat for Green, Blue and Alpha A more complicated blur would consider pixel further away as less important, so a your CurrentPixel would have less information from src[x+5,y+5] then src[x+1,y]. For a more controlled blur you could use the alpha value to search for edges, for example: if (Math.Abs(src[x,y]-src[x-1,y])>100) //Math.Abs() is a method to make sure your value is positive, it convert negative numbers to positive numbers, which in this case comes in handy. { //Blur code }
7. Starry Sky

The development is, but the plug-in still works.
8. PixelLab Beta 1: Write plugins with no programming knowledge

Is the random option re-rendered for every pixel?

I think it's because he doesn't want a newbie to have the last word.
10. Slowly making something go transparent in PDN?

Oh, you're right. I think he means a transparency gradient, by the look of his images.
11. Slowly making something go transparent in PDN?

One image which the plug-in can only change once.
12. Trophy Tut

Very simple, yet effective. The :AntiAliasingOff: could be caused by the low quality of the images.
13. Slowly making something go transparent in PDN?

You mean like fading? You can't, PDN only allows you to have 1 image which only changes once.

They do in the Netherlands.

Just a simple completely off topic question: What's the name for those applications that run on the background and can only be found in the notification area? Your virus scanner for example.
16. Funny Epitaphs and funny last words

Last words of some French guy during the revolution, reading his death sentence: I see you have made 3 spelling mistakes.
17. Rants *enter at own risk*

Who's Felicia Day? House is great, Lie to Me not as good but still nice.
18. IntenColor Effect

Because this is an "extension" of PDN's capabilities (it's like blendmodes plus, but this is like layer properties plus) is there any way you can make this re-editable?
19. Rants *enter at own risk*

Rant: StackOverFlow errors! :evil:
20. Need some new Smilies? Here's your chance!

Maybe use the smilies themselfes as a link?
21. making black lines stay black when image is shrunk

You're problem is caused by the way your image is resized, PDN takes averages of surrounding pixels and uses them to construct your down sized images, so when you have black and white the average is grey. You could try changing the resample option.
22. Need some new Smilies? Here's your chance!

I like glassyness, but I don't know how much work that would be (my guess is updating the images and colours used in the PHP code.)