Andronomos

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  1. Ah, okay. Thanks for pointing that thread out to me.
  2. Awesome! I am curious though, was there a technical limitation preventing it from being a built in feature?
  3. Do you think it would be possible to add editable text to Paint.Net? I personally use that feature in Photoshop quite a lot. Would be awesome if Paint.Net supported it.
  4. Your advice worked, however you CAN have the installs on the same drive and in the same directory. I currently have Paint.Net installed in these locations: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET C:\Program Files\Paint.NET 4.0 Simply install one version of Paint.Net, then copy the system folder to another location (such as your desektop) then install another version of Paint.Net. When the second install is done, simply move the other versions system folder back to "C:\Program Files\" and you're done. Sadly you can't run bother versions at the same time using this method but it will suit my needs when I need to use outdated plugins. Thanks again
  5. Thanks for this. Using this simple batch script: @echo off for /r %%a in (*.pdn) do ( IF exist %%a ( ECHO Converting %%a pdn2png "%%a" ) ) I can convert a whole folder of pdns Note: pdn2png doesn't like pdns without a solid layer. I had to give all my pdns a solid color background layer before it would convert them.
  6. Is it posible to have 2 different versions of Paint.Net installed on the same machine? I would like to have 3.5 and the beta 4.0 installed because I need the ability to save as PSDs and the Photoshop filetype dll does not work for me in 4.0 and I am unable to find a way to get it working. So if anyone knows if it's possible to have 2 paint.net installs without resorting to virtualization software or a way to get the photoshop filetype dll working in the newest beta build, please let me know, I miss the beta build already xD. My Googlefu has failed me in this regard.
  7. I did not know this, thank you for pointing it out.
  8. Hello, I was wondering if there's any plugins/scripts or 3rd party tools that can help make saving each pdn as a png and flattening more convientent and quicker? I like to create color variations of my work usually using Ed Harveys color flip plugin so at times I can end up with 15 or more pdns (cause I like to keep a source file of each as well) and saving each one manually as a png can sometimes get tedious. For example: I'd like to have a script that with 1 button click will automatically save the image as a png, flatten it and close it for me either for 1 file or every open file open in Paint.Net If anyone knows of any such plugins/scripts, software or techniques, please share I may end up looking into plugin creation myself and try writing one if it's even possible for plugins to interact with open files that way.
  9. Aside from a few glitches with the project and layer previews, the current betta build is fairly polished. I think the only crashes or bugs I've experienced are from plugins
  10. Thanks for updating the plugins, these are my most valued and most used plugins for Paint.Net
  11. Thank you, this didn't come up when I did a search for new versions of his plugins.
  12. First off, let me say that Ed's plugins are my most used plugins and I can't see myself using Paint.Net heavily without them. Unfortunately all of them crash my current install of Paint.Net v4.0 (b 4.0.5168.12074). I have tried re downloading the plugins from the original post as well as using older versions of the pugins, they all produce the same error described below in the crash log. I understand I am using the latest beta version of Paint.Net and that may be the issue. So this is my report, hope it helps. Crash log: File: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects\EdHarvey.Effects.dll Name: EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFlipRotateEffect Version: 3.5.4426.2500 Author: Ed Harvey Copyright: Copyright © 2006-20112, Ed Harvey Website: Full error message: System.TypeLoadException: Could not load type 'PaintDotNet.SystemLayer.UI' from assembly 'PaintDotNet.SystemLayer, Version=4.0.5168.12074, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'. at EdHarvey.UI.EtchedLine.InitForCurrentVisualStyle() at EdHarvey.UI.EtchedLine..ctor() in M:\EdFects-3.50 release\EdFects\Ed-fects\UI\EtchedLine.cs:line 17 at EdHarvey.Edfects.EdEffectConfigDialog3.InitializeComponent() in M:\EdFects-3.50 release\EdFects\Ed-fects\UI\EdEffectConfigDialog3.cs:line 155 at EdHarvey.Edfects.EdEffectConfigDialog3..ctor() in M:\EdFects-3.50 release\EdFects\Ed-fects\UI\EdEffectConfigDialog3.cs:line 17 at EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFlipRotateEffectConfigDialog..ctor() in M:\EdFects-3.50 release\EdFects\Ed-fects\Color\FlipRotate\FlipRotateEffectConfigDialog.cs:line 12 at EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFlipRotateEffect.CreateConfigDialog() in M:\EdFects-3.50 release\EdFects\Ed-fects\Color\FlipRotate\FlipRotateEffect.cs:line 23 at PaintDotNet.Menus.EffectMenuBase.RunEffectImpl(Type effectType) in D:\src\pdn\paintdotnet\src\PaintDotNet\Menus\EffectMenuBase.cs:line 913