HyReZ

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  1. That should have been an easy question to answer. We know that spammer's are a complete waste of time!
  2. I am the one that is a bit lost here! Either you downloaded Paint.NET from the dotNET host or from the Windows Store. Correct? If you downoaded it from somewhere else you were at risk. If there was a message stating that was a error during download, check your internet connection a try again. If that fails you can also go to another computer and download Paint.NET to a thumb drive and install it from there. BTW: Your original post was more coherent
  3. Greetings, If you delete a file it goes to the Trash bin where it can be restored (If you did not also go an delete the contents of that also) If you are having trouble with downloads goto Settings>Updates & Security>Troubleshooter and run the troubleshooter approprited to your problem. You can also go to another computer and download Paint.NET to a thumb drive and install it from there. Paint.NET is free when download from dotPDN Host here: https://www.getpaint.net/download.html And if you purchased from the Windows Store, there is a record there so you can reload. (And the cost there is that of a cup of coffee)
  4. I just occured to me to ask if Seerose has the ImAGIF filetype dll's in another folder by mistake?
  5. I see that you have the AminGIF.dll in you Filetype folder, yet you had no problem with your project. In the readme document of the ImAGIF plugin, Midora states: "Follow the instructions carefully - Unzip the archive - Copy the two files ImAGIF.FileType.dll/.dlc to the Paint.NET\FileTypes\ folder (a typical location is C:\Program Files\paint.net\FileTypes). - To avoid conflicts with other filetype plugins which support the same extension you should remove or disable them (i.e. AnimGIF.dll). To verify the installation you should restart Paint.NET and check that in the filetype popup of the open file selector dialog is an entry starting with AGIF." The mystery persist! @welshblue Nice job! BTW: ImGIF processes the project from the bottom layer up
  6. @Pixey I changed two settings from those that are default. I dropped the amount of colors to 8 and the Threshold alpha to 255 transparency. She can reset back to default with tab at the bottom of the save option. BTW: What settings did you use?
  7. @Seerose Are you able to save the project as a PDN file or does it only happen when saving to AGIF ?
  8. Greetings, I know of no easy, one size fits all, way to do what you are requesting! Paint.NET uses layers so that text can remain on its own transparent layer and then overlayed to another image. JPEG files do not support transparency nor layers!
  9. Greetings, Your trouble is a not a plugin problem or even a Paint.NET problem! It is a file extension association problem! Although this link to a video tutorial is not specific to Paint.NET it can help you with your problem:
  10. I used to have that problem with Google Chrome, Opera, and Firefox when I copied PNG or WEBP files, but it does no occur anymore. Could this be do fix in updates to Windows 10? I am using Windows 10 Home 64 Bit Version 1089 OS Build 17763.529.
  11. It is specific about using the Windows Character Map that Rick has also suggested; with the Canvas Script font that is being discused here.
  12. I am sure that I can't tell what is going on in your error log. I have not installed the current Paint.NET Alpha (α 4.107.7079.30132). I have successfully used Midora's AGIF Plugin with earlier versions of Paint.NET and with more complicated animations than the one explained in this tutorial. The plugin may have to be re-coded to perform in the newer PDN versions. My hope is that some of our forum members can help get to a solution to this problem that you are experiencing!
  13. I created this 'One Page Tutorial' this morning: Plugin used: ImAGIF Here is the result: