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  1. Twainable+ (2014-05-28)

    Did you just merge EZTW32.DLL with my Twainable.dll, and changed the manifest file according to this comment?
  2. I noticed a strange thing when working on a rather tall image (32 x 8192, see attachment): when selecting an area at the highest zoom level, it (the selection) changes place when zooming out. Steps to recreate: 1. Zoom in to the fullest (397 % in this case) 2. Select an area (I chose 32x32, that is, maximum width) 3. Zoom out once 4. The selection is now offset by some amount (up or down) 5. If I zoom in again, the selection reverts back to what I selected the first time If I copy the selection at the highest zoom level and paste it into a new image (Ctrl+Alt+V), I get the wrong selection; I get the area that is selected at the previous zoom level. I tried to recreate this with another image of some other dimension, but it didn't work, so I'm guessing it has something to do with image whose width doesn't fill up the workspace (even at the highest zoom level)? Maybe it has something to do with the scrollbar. Because when I'm at the highest zoom level (397 %), I can do one more "zooming in" without the zoom level changes, but the image scrolls into view, and therefore changing the selection. I'm using PDN 3.5.8 on Windows 7 (64-bit, 4 GB RAM), screen res. at 1366 x 768.
  3. Good to hear it works. The stand-alone version was never intended to be run from within Paint.NET (I don't know if that's even allowed, from a plug-in's point of view). It was merely a separate tool - not depending on Paint.NET - for people who wanted to use their old TWAIN scanners on a 64-bit system. I've removed the stand-alone version to avoid any further confusions. I guess I shouldn't have put it up here, since it really hasn't anything to do with Paint.NET.
  4. I'm using it now! Thanks for sharing. EDIT: one thing that I'd find useful is buttons next to "Offset" that increases the offset in X or Y by the current width or height of the cell. That is, if the cells are set to be 32x64, the "Next" button next to "Offset X" would increase the current X offset by 32 (and the "Next" button next to "Offset Y" would increase the current Y offset by 64).
  5. It's very hard for me to tell what the problem is here with that little information. What version of Paint.NET are you running? Did you place the files in the Effects folder? What other plugins do you have there? If you are using plugins that uses the Tools-menu: do they appear there if you remove this plugin?
  6. No, I haven't seen this error before. I'll see what I can do. Thanks for reporting! EDIT: According to Microtek, the SlimScan C6 isn't supported on XP (or newer), although there seems to be a fix for their USB-version. I don't know if that's the problem, or if it's something with the EZTwain DLL, but I'll continue to search.
  7. After scanning, the image will be in your clipboard. You need to paste it (CTRL+V) to be able to see it (it isn't done automatically).
  8. goyuix: nice to hear it's working for you! Probably true. I've never used the plugin in that way and therefore never actually thought of it. I'll look into it! Good suggestions - maybe for the next release! The Paint.NET API isn't something I quite master (yet?), so I'm unsure if effects are able/allowed to tamper with creating new images, or new layers. But it would be a good feature, nonetheless. As you probably already figured out, this isn't something I as an effect developer can change. Absolutely, for the next release. I've been working on a fresh code base that doesn't use the Dosadi EZTwain-DLL, and when it's mature enough I'll probably upload it somewhere (Google Code?).
  9. Raalpha9: good to hear! I've updated the original post about the new stand-alone version of this plugin. It should resolve the issue when trying to run this plugin on a 64-bit system (the infamous System.BadImageFormatException error message).
  10. zwiebelchen: nice to hear it works for you!
  11. Hello again everybody, sorry for the absence. This plugin is merely a wrapper around the EZTwain Classic-dll (not written by me, but Dosadi). According to their site, their DLL only supports 32-bit Windows. So sorry, only 32-bit. EDIT: this also explains the error message "System.BadImageFormatException: Tried to load a File with a wrong Format (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007000B)" - this is due to loading the 32-bit DLL in a 64-bit environment.
  12. What version of Paint.net are you using? I've only tried Twainable with 3.36 so I can't guarantee it to work in any of the new 3.5 versions. The plugin shows up where it does (Tools) since I don't know how to attach it to your recommended menu through code (yes, I'm the developer of Twainable). Effects are free to name their own sub-menus under the Effects-menu (at least in code), so certain menus that aren't present prior to an effects installation may very well be visible the next time you start Paint.net.
  13. Thank you! Good to hear someone else is finding it useful.
  14. I think it's perfectly reasonable to ask for a certain plugin. After all, not everybody's a programmer...