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  1. This plugin is like a more useful version of the color replacement tool. Whereas the standard tool merely paints over pixels if they're close enough to the secondary color, this plugin recolors every pixel a different amount based on how similar it is to the secondary color. For example I'll use this colorful image: Here's the built in tool replacing pink with cyan at about 30%: Notice the ugly, harsh edges and how some pinkish parts of the image are entirely untouched. Now my plugin replacing pink with cyan: No more ugly edges! My plugin changes all pixels of the image based on how similar each is to the secondary color. *Threshold changes how strongly pixels are recolored based on how similar they are to the secondary color *Roughness changes how quickly the recolor effect falls off after the threshold is passed when continuous replacement is selected. Lower values look 'nicer' but tend to give the image an overall tint *Continuous replacement recolors all pixels different amounts and looks really nice. Cutoff works similar to the normal tool as pixels over the threshold are not recolored at all - recolored pixels however are colored more 'accurately' than with the built-in tool. Note that this plugin works like the built-in tool inasmuch as the color used and the color replaced are the primary and secondary colors in the palette, respectively. advcolorrep.zip
  2. TechnoRobbo's Custom Palette Matcher v1.0.5 Conforms your image colors to your custom palette by finding the nearest color match. Version 1.0.5 Fixes Crash When No Palette Directory Exists Version 1.0.4 Browser system lets you sample palettes quickly. Version 1.03 add instant preview and interpolate option Update Version 1.0.2 Shows Transparency correctly in Palette Preview. Update Version 1.0.1 Allows manually created palettes(with errors) to be parsed and used. Manually created palettes should be loaded into PDN then saved again to correct the format. TR's Custom Palette Matcher will warn you of a bad palette but will try it's best to uses what it's given.. Menu: Effects->Color Video includes palettes posted by artists on this forum topic http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/2947-color-palettes-go-here/?p=22185 Video Tutorial : New Browser The VS Source Code The Plugin TRsCustomPaletteMatch.zip
  3. This effect is very simple - it converts every pixel brightness to rainbow spectrum color. Plugin has one slider to set spectrum offset. Plugin: Effects > Color > Trippy rainbow Examples: Download: TrippyRainbow.dll
  4. Hi again! And now my 2nd plugin: Selective Toning (to be found in the 'Color' submenu) User Interface: Demo: Just before posting I saw the similarity to the "Advanced Color Replacement" plugin. I still decided to post my one here, because it features some what more configuration possibilities, a blending mode selector and the possibility to use the alpha channel. The last feature enables one to use this plugin similarly like the great "Color to Alpha" plugin. This plugin is once again entirely written using the fantastic "Code Lab" plugin -- thank you, Bolt Bait! Downloads: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xi707rcu0qf57lv/Selective_toning_v1.0a.zip?dl=0 Source files (for programmers): https://www.dropbox.com/s/qtij2zk4ex20lit/Selective Toning v1.0a Source.zip?dl=0 Best regards, Philipp