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  1. @Ego Eram Reputo One of links I provided addresses this issue directly: " It's about altering the "root" file association for ONLY the image editor, leaving the default app for VIEWING to whatever you have in place now."
  2. Greetings, Maybe these links will help: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/change-default-image-editor/4b01b777-338f-49c1-8300-9bcd7f60c160 https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/change-default-image-editor-edit-command-right-click-image/ https://www.ghacks.net/2018/11/09/microsoft-confirms-file-association-bug-in-windows-10-version-1803/
  3. Thanks! So there may be a way to run a similar batch/bulk image + filter processing from a command line within IrfanView!?
  4. Oops! I think that in using the gray-scale to RBG example; that flying_chair presented; adding 50 to 66% transparency to each layer before merging to a single layer and then turn the opacity of the single layer up to 100% is the solution. I hope that you have save to a PDN so that you can test this. I must admit that I have not tested this. Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky was using transparencies also, but his was photographic film transparencies.
  5. RGB has to be inverted to its complements of Cyan,Yellow, and Magenta
  6. There are some effects and filter that can be added to images in IrfanView, but I cannot find any information about these effects and filters being applied in batch/bulk conversion. I heard that batch effects processing can be done with G'MIC but I have not come across the documentation.
  7. Greetings, toe_head2001 has developed a Jigsaw Puzzle plugin that is part of his plugin pack: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/109944-toe_head2001s-plugins-sept-29-2018/ I think that using his plug in along with the information and plugins found at the link below will get you started. https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/31629-animated-images/
  8. Greetings, To make an image layer larger or smaller just use the Move Tool and drag on one of the corner guide nodes while holding down the shift key to resize. You can move an image with the mouse for gross positioning and do fine movements with the up, down, left, right keys. https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/MoveTools.html
  9. You could try using the Wand Tool set to a tolerence that would remove most of the denim texture. Zoom in to the image and use the Erase Tool set to an appropriate brush size and erase the remaining artifacts. Use the Fill Tool to apply the color you like to that alpha area.
  10. I love puzzles and this thread has one indeed! I tested the effects on symmetry of the icon by using horizontal pixel reduction using the resize feature of PDN. I three cases using the resize feature on the image; from 14 x 16 px to 12 x 16 px; resulted in the destruction of veritical bi-lateral symmetry. I resized by using Nearest Neighbor, Bilinear, and Bicubic Interpolation and got the same result. When I resized the icon by dragging across two pixels inward along its vertical axis; bi-lateral symmetry was maintained but the color count increased from 8 colors to 75 colors.
  11. Here is a link to some nfo that expains what is going on in the various downscaling algorithms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicubic_interpolation