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*NEW* Fill From File and Fill From Clipboard Plugins I rebuilt my new 4.0 plugins for the Fill menu against 3.5.11 so that people that don't upgrade to 4.0 will not miss out on all the fun. These plugins work as you might expect: Fill From Clipboard If there is an image on the clipboard (like after you've pressed the PrtScn key on your keyboard), use Effects > Fill > From Clipboard to tile that image into your current selection. If there is no graphic on the clipboard, you'll just get your original image unchanged. Fill From File If the image you wish to tile is instead in a file on your computer, use Effects > Fill > From File to tile it from your image file into your current selection. You can enter the path of the image in the text box or press the "Browse" button to select your image from a standard "file open" dialog box. For Paint.NET v3.5x Download here: FillFrom40.zip $USD $ GBP £ EUR € JPY ¥ CAD $ AUD $ If you are using Paint.NET 4.0 or beyond, download here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/32048-v Install the normal way. Once installed, look under: Effects > Fill > From Clipboard Effects > Fill > From File... Enjoy! Versions V4.0 - (for Paint.NET 4.0) Fixed bugs (Sorry, 3.5 users... time to upgrade!) V4.0 - Added Placement, Zoom, and Sampling Method V1.3 - Added "Browse" button V1.0 - Initial Release
Interlocking Tiles Fill the transparent area of the canvas with your interlocking tile. NOTE: This is designed only for objects that naturally interlock when tiled. Effects -> Fill -> Interlocking Tiles Before (image surrounded by transparency): After: Before: After: Changelog v1.0 (Jan 4, 2019) Initial release Download InterlockingTiles.zip Source Code https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-interlocking-tiles
Blur Fill Effects -> Fill -> Blur Fill Before (image surrounded by transparency): After: Features Fill the transparent area of the canvas with a scaled (fixed ratio) copy of the trimmed image. Notes Regarding the 'Position Adjust' sliders: The background is scaled at a fixed ratio to fill the canvas, thus only one dimension will be clipped and that dimension's slider is the only one that will have an affect. If the ratio of the canvas and the ratio of the trimmed image are exactly the same, no clipping will happen and thus neither slider will have an affect. Changelog v1.5.1 (Jan 16, 2018) Fixed: The effect properly disposes of it's extra surfaces now. v1.5 (Jan 13, 2018) Added: Russian translation by @ReMake is now included. Changed: Uses less memory now. v1.4.1 (Jan 17, 2017) Fixed: In some cases, the effect would crash with a Read AccessViolationException. v1.4 (Dec 31, 2016) Fixed: The bottom pixels and the right pixel were getting clipped. Changed: The panning control now uses 3 decimal places, instead of 2. v1.3 (Jan 12, 2016) New: You can now run the effect on a selection. New: Added an icon to the plugin v1.2 (Nov 7, 2015) Fixed: Effect would crash if run on an absolutely transparent canvas. v1.1 (Oct 3, 2015) New: Added a checkbox to make keeping the original image optional Changed: Moved some code into OnSetRenderInfo. Makes the effect faster and use less memory, as it no longer runs the same code over and over again v1.0 (Aug 25, 2015) Initial release Download BlurFill.zip Example - 16:9 Movie Banner Source Code Source files and Git history Icon based on icons from Fugue Icons.