Jerm93

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  1. In the past year or so i've gotten into webdesign, thus i spend a lot of my spare time on sites like css-tricks.com Today i watched a video of his where he was creating a mock-up for a site design. Since he's a professional developer he has his own copy of that Uber Expensive program called Photoshop, I do my best keeping up with my powerful, free, non-uber expensive software (Thanks For That!). Long story short-ish, He uses the guidelines found in Photoshop a lot to help position things where they need to be on the screen. I thought this feature would be very nice on PDN. Some things to keep in mind: It would be nice to be able to have the guideline follow your cuser untill you click, thus you can line it up with say a block of text and have it show where to place that other block Another nice feature of the feature would of course be to turn it off and on much like one would a layer Thanks, Jeremy Carlsten
  2. well if you could still access the pdn files and restore them out of recycle bin i would suggest simply going into ../programfiles/paint.net/effects/ and deleting all of the contained effect files.
  3. *How to become the most thanked person on the PDN forums?* Do what eer did before he did it^^, Thanks dude big help.
  4. I'm not sure about that error, If you have a photobucket account you can resize them there i find myself forgetting to resize images all the time until i go to add it to my sig^^
  5. very nice, real simple but i like simple. I also like how it goes from black to the green. but you could have made it a .png and made the white background transparent, or done something with it, Perhaps some random pipes or something. overall good job for a second sig. 8/10. rate:
  6. well flip im going to anyway^^ I like it real simple yet completely original 8/10. Rate:
  7. Hey all, Wasn't sure if this counted as an acutal tutorial or just a comment on my tutorials so i put it here to be safe. As i posted in another thread I am constantly adding new Video tutorials all on pdn, You can find them on my channel
  8. thanks im still workin out the sizes but eventually im going to do a vid tut on how to make the channel background with a template for PDN and not photoshop like all the others^^
  9. thanks im still workin out the sizes but eventually im going to do a vid tut on how to make the channel background with a template for PDN and not photoshop like all the others^^
  10. thanks im still workin out the sizes but eventually im going to do a vid tut on how to make the channel background with a template for PDN and not photoshop like all the others^^
  11. thanks im still workin out the sizes but eventually im going to do a vid tut on how to make the channel background with a template for PDN and not photoshop like all the others^^
  12. That's what i meant^^, you can put the line on a separate layer mainly as a reference and then on a layer underneath the line you would have your picture with the horizon that you would use rotate and zoom to match the angle of the line. Also as i stated above it's not as quick and handy as PDN automatically doing it, but it works. :wink:
  13. That's what i meant^^, you can put the line on a separate layer mainly as a reference and then on a layer underneath the line you would have your picture with the horizon that you would use rotate and zoom to match the angle of the line. Also as i stated above it's not as quick and handy as PDN automatically doing it, but it works. :wink:
  14. That's what i meant^^, you can put the line on a separate layer mainly as a reference and then on a layer underneath the line you would have your picture with the horizon that you would use rotate and zoom to match the angle of the line. Also as i stated above it's not as quick and handy as PDN automatically doing it, but it works. :wink:
  15. That's what i meant^^, you can put the line on a separate layer mainly as a reference and then on a layer underneath the line you would have your picture with the horizon that you would use rotate and zoom to match the angle of the line. Also as i stated above it's not as quick and handy as PDN automatically doing it, but it works. :wink:
  16. guess so... but that is one way you can do the same thing
  17. guess so... but that is one way you can do the same thing
  18. well you could just put it on a new layer and use the rotate and zoom tool, might take a few mins to get it just right but it'l work :wink:
  19. well you could just put it on a new layer and use the rotate and zoom tool, might take a few mins to get it just right but it'l work :wink:
  20. very nice bio i like how you offset the gradiented lines most of the time you only see the two in direct line, but i dont like the spotty background as much so.... 7/10 rate: Better or worse then my current? :?:
  21. very nice bio i like how you offset the gradiented lines most of the time you only see the two in direct line, but i dont like the spotty background as much so.... 7/10 rate: Better or worse then my current? :?:
  22. some of the large plugin packs have an artistic section that i think could get you the cartoon...ish look think it's madjaks or maybe bolbaits
  23. Personally i would just go the roundabout way and use the program that came with your webcam to take snapshots and simply open them, Then you know where the file is and you can easily use windows explorer to organize the pictures(A.K.A Delete^^). I have never personally used that feature of PDN, but if you cant find a delete within PDN then i would assume that you would need to find the file that it's in and delete the pictures you want from there.