Urnemanden

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  1. Yes of course, but it will take some time if to press my way down to 800x800 from 1280x800 don't you think?
  2. I don't want to Move the selection using shortcut keys, I want to know how to adjust the size using shortcut keys...
  3. Hello, I am doing a lot of Re-sizing when I take screenshots, but as I have a widescreen here, my screenshots is too wide. So I have to create a selection and drag the nubs to hit 800x800, so I then is able to re-size my picture down to 256x256. Sometimes I am having trouble getting a 800x800 selection exactly, so I was wondering if there were any shortcut key for adjusting the size of the selection exactly? Thanks
  4. Here is an example of the result you get after feathering your object: Before using Boltbaits feather plugin: After using Boltbaits feather plugin:
  5. Maybe you accidentically had Shift pressed while trying to rotate your selection.
  6. Well, I like the idea about the ranking, but won't so-called spammers have more posts than the efficent ones who is writing more deep posts?
  7. In case you are considering buying more RAM for your laptop or Desktop, I can tell that I have been working with a A4 pages at 300dpi for a magazine I am making, and it worked just fine. It do still lag some though. (Overall resolution for 1 A4 page: 2480x3508)
  8. Yes, but with a straight alignment at the root of the bend.
  9. Could you post me an example, LJXD? I am only able to get 180-like curves, thickest in the center and thin at bottom and the top of the image. EDIT: I updated the plugin example, inspired from the Tube oblique plugin and from my own mistakes at my manually 7-layered bend.
  10. I must admit that you've got a better result than I did, but personally I would find it pretty hard to do an exact 90 degree bend using Power Stretch.
  11. The best result I can get using Power Stretch is this: EDIT: I tried Polar Transformation, Curmudgeon, but the workaround won't give me precise result and a straight brush width yet. I haven't succed yet in finding an effect which is faster and better compared to my manually 7-layered bend for my other example image, so I guess I am asking for some sort of plugin here. Posted another image below: Multibend could be a suggestion too, so small distortions could be applied to the line without it changes width or gets stretched some way.
  12. I am still unsure if your getting it or not. I'll show you what I mean by theese 2 pictures: Here is my test image which is an image of a tree in the middle of the jungle. Now, I would like to bend this image 90 degrees to the right. Since the picture will become smaller because of canvas size I expanded the sides to the left and to the right (unfortunately forgot that at the bottom). Here is my result after "bending" it. This is what the bending plugin can be used to mainly. It took me about 30 minutes to modify the picture to be bended using 7 layers, a calculator and Rotate/Zoom. Therefore I request a plugin to avoid the long time it takes if I wanted a 100% round bend for my image.
  13. You do know that for me it sounds like you didn't read exactly what I am requesting? :wink:
  14. Bend could be used on an image aswell. But if you want to keep it simple, APShredder, yes I want to bend a line.
  15. - Angle For choosing how much the image should be bended - Distortion For how much the image should be distorted between top and bottom - Focus For locating the root of the image (The bend starts from here)
  16. Hello, I am often drawing maps of my track ideas and I recently thought of beginning doing that using Paint.NET. Unfortunately I have only found it possible to do maps with curves if I draw my maps black & white without any use of textures. Above you can see/download a picture of how long I've come with my straight line. I have been trying a few plugins such as Bulge & Powerstretch, but the results didn't come along as I wanted them. If there was a way to Bend the line a way so it ended up like above would make things easier for me and probably for other people too. An example of how that could look like will come up, if needed.
  17. Or you could -> Use the magic wand to get most of the face selected -> Copy the face and paste it onto a new layer (Let's call it layer01) -> Duplicate that layer and uncheck the old layer01 -> select layer02 and use a gaussian blur, zoom blur :ZoomBlur: or a median :Median: -> Go back to layer01 and choose magic wand (Tolerance: 0%) (Flood mode: Global ). Wand outside the face -> Go to layer02 and press delete Afterwards try fiddle around with the layer settings. I think that should do it.
  18. I got a danish keyboard too here, and it's neither working here. Instead it selects the "File" section in the top bar.
  19. ...or if you mean copying from Paint.NET into word/other software do this: Save your picture as jpg in paint.net Open Mozilla Firefox/IE Go to File->Open File (Ctrl+O) Find your file on your harddisk Open it and right-click->Copy Image Paste it into word or whatever software your using for your website.
  20. I am not sure if I understood the question right, but you can use the magic wand to select a certain color by 1 click. Edit the range from 50% till whatever you want, and press Ctrl+Shift before clicking on the color with the magic wand. For example you can click on a orange color with tolerance at 12% and then get all orange colors looking like yours.
  21. I am not sure if I understood the question right, but you can use the magic wand to select a certain color by 1 click. Edit the range from 50% till whatever you want, and press Ctrl+Shift before clicking on the color with the magic wand. For example you can click on a orange color with tolerance at 12% and then get all orange colors looking like yours.
  22. I think the forum will loose some of it's meaning if we did that. It's also harder to moderate a chat room because a moderator has to be online 24/7. A fan-room of Paint.NET would be more ideal in my head.
  23. I think the forum will loose some of it's meaning if we did that. It's also harder to moderate a chat room because a moderator has to be online 24/7. A fan-room of Paint.NET would be more ideal in my head.
  24. Take a screenshot of a window like the ones you see on the picture, then paste :Paste: them into Paint.NET. Duplicate the layer and go to the first layer ("Background"). Go to Layer -> Mirror vertical :Vertical: Go back to your duplicated layer (The one which isn't mirrored vertically) Open Rotate/Zoom (Ctrl+Shift+Z) and play around with the globe in upper left corner till it looks the way you want it. Press OK. Go to your vertical mirrored layer and open Rotate/Zoom and press OK. Now Use the gradient tool and make sure that the alpha channel option :AlphaChannel: is set. Now make a gradient from the start of your vertical mirrored window and to about the half way down. Image -> Flatten and you have your final result