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  1. Ok i finally sorted some stuff out. So I've added Before and After screen shots. Fixed a glitch in the code (The plus option was doing times and Viseversa).
  2. Hello, this is a fantastic tutorial with highly varying results but I've got one suggestion: Use the Zoom blur deluxe plug-in instead of the built in zoom bur (just search Zoom blur deluxe in plug-in publishing only)
  3. edit: see first post for updates, errors and questions.
  4. Hello this is my first plug-in. This plug-in simply subtracts the red blue green by x+y or x-y or x*y depending on the option you select and then divides it by the amount you specified. It creates a strange tiled gradient. Colour Distort.zip
  5. but this is actually a very simple plug-in because this is all it does: loads_image for(x=Rect.Left; x{ for(y=Rect.Top; y{ if red at x,y on image does not equal red at x,y on loaded image { alpha at x,y on image equals 100% } if blue at x,y on image does not equal blue at x,y on loaded image { alpha at x,y on image equals 100% } if green at x,y on image does not equal green at x,y on loaded image { alpha at x,y on image equals 100% } } }
  6. Simon if you could (or anyone else) show a Code Lab script Example which allows the user to pick the file location? that would help me a lot (To Google!)
  7. @ Simon Brown you do know this is a plug-in, right? because I'm not asking how would i do this through already existing functions. Sorry If i just sounded a bit rude just now but I wasn't trying to Ok I've got a few questions: .How do you add to a selection through code? .How do you load an image through code? .How do you accesses the loaded image through code?
  8. Sorry i wasn't sure which forum i should of been posted in :? and yes this is gong to be a plug-in.
  9. Thank you Simon Brown. I searched reflector and I've downloaded it. and also I didn't notice what difference did well now i do well it looks like there's no point in me trying to make a plug-in for that Thanks Again edit: actually there is point in the plug in because the difference blend darkens a cyan color the more simulator color it is. here's the logic it would have i think for (int y = rect.Top; y < rect.Bottom; y++) { for (int x = rect.Left; x < rect.Right; x++) { if pixel at x,y on image's RGB does not equal pixel at x,y on other imag
  10. Hello, I'm trying to build a plug-in that will delete (turn alpha to 0) Any Similarity/Differences between two images. At the moment the problem I'm having is an error in the bitmap loading. Hidden Content: using System;using System.Collections.Generic; using System.ComponentModel; using System.Drawing; using System.Text.RegularExpressions; using System.Windows.Forms; using PaintDotNet.Effects; using PaintDotNet; using System.IO; namespace EffectsPluginTemplate1 { public class EffectPluginConfigDialog : PaintDotNet.Effects.EffectConfigDialog { private Bu
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