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  1. Content aware filling replaces the contents of the selection with pixels that are the closest match in the areas outside the selection. This allows parts of an image to be removed and blended with the background. This plugin is based on the GIMP Resynthesizer plugin. Some icons are from or based on those in the Fugue icon set by Yusuke Kamiyamane. Compatibility: 3.5.11 and 4.0.x Menu location: Effects > Selection > Content Aware Fill Download: ContentAwareFill.zip Source Code: https://github.com/0xC0000054/pdn-content-aware-fill
  2. Paste From Clipboard copies the clipboard image into the current selection, or into the entire canvas if there is no selection. It's in the Selection submenu. It has quite a few options for pasting the clipboard image, including blending with the image in the canvas. The plugin (version 1.3.0): PasteFromClipboard.zip The UI: The controls are: Tiling: Specifies how pixels outside the clipboard boundaries are treated. Pixels outside the image range of the clipboard can be transparent, Clamped, Tiled, Alternately Tiled, or Brick Tiled. When Alternately Tiled is selected, the tile orientation is reversed for every other tile, so that the tiles match at the edges. The edge pixels are not repeated. When Brick Tiled is selected, every other row is offset by half the image width. The rows do not wrap from the top to the bottom. Size: Increases or decreases the size of the clipboard image. XY Proportion: Changes the XY proportion of the clipboard image. Moving the control right increases the X size while decreasing the Y size. Moving the control left decreases the X size while increasing the Y size. Offset: Moves the clipboard image relative to the selection or the canvas. Rotation: Specifies a counterclockwise rotation angle for the clipboard image, in degrees. Blend with Canvas Image: When this option is enabled, the clipboard image will be blended with the image in the canvas instead of replacing it. Blending Mode: Specifies the blending mode to use when combining the clipboard and canvas images. Clipboard Opacity: Specifies the opacity of the clipboard image. This value is combined with the opacity of the clipboard pixels. Offset Relative to Canvas: When this option is enabled, the Offset is relative to the entire canvas instead of the selection. Antialias: Specifies that antialiasing should be used. Antialias Quality: Specifies the number of samples in each direction per pixel. EDIT 1: Version 1.1.*. -- Modified antialiasing so that only clipboard is subsampled, not canvas. This avoids blurring of canvas image when antialiasing is enabled. EDIT 2 (5/21/2017): Version 1.2.* -- Disabled Antialias Quality control when antialiasing is disabled. EDIT 3: (6/11/2018): Version 1.3.0 -- Fix tiling to eliminate cracks in some modes.
  3. Paste Warp+ is an enhanced version of TechnoRobbo's Paste Warp plugin. It's in the Selection submenu. The primary enhancement is the ability to move and scale the clipboard image. Paste Warp+ also supports antialiasing and a number of clipboard tiling modes. The DLL (Version 1.1.0) : Paste Warp Plus.zip The UI: The Help Menu description: Paste Warp+ distorts the clipboard image horizontally and vertically to fit the current selection. It works best with convex selections, but will often work with nonconvex selections, depending on the shape of the selection and the type of distortion. The Distortion can be set to values greater than one. This is may produce unusual effects, but is sometime useful when the image size is reduced. The Bulge and Skew controls affect the image even when the Distortion is zero. When a Bulge control is at its minimum or maximum value, the corresponding Skew control is disabled. The controls are: Clipboard Image: Specifies how pixels outside the clipboard boundaries are treated. Pixels outside the image range of the clipboard can be transparent, Clamped, Tiled, Alternately Tiled, or Brick Tiled. When Alternately Tiled is selected, the tile orientation is reversed for every other tile, so that the tiles match at the edges. The edge pixels are not repeated. When Brick Tiled is selected, every other row is offset by half the image width. The rows do not wrap from the top to the bottom. Clipboard Image Size: Increases or decreases the size of the clipboard image. Clipboard Image XY Proportion: Changes the XY proportion of the clipboard. Moving the control right increases the X size while decreasing the Y size. Moving the control left decreases the X size while increasing the Y size. Clipboard Image Offset: Moves the clipboard image relative to the selection. Clipboard Image Rotation: Specifies a counterclockwise rotation angle for the clipboard image, in degrees. Horizontal Distortion: Specifies the degree to which the image is horizontally distorted to conform to the shape of the selection. Horizontal Bulge: Specifies the degree to which the center of the image is horizontally stretched or compressed. Horizontal Skew: Specifies the degree to which the image is skewed left or right. Vertical Distortion: Specifies the degree to which the image is vertically distorted to conform to the shape of the selection. Vertical Bulge: Specifies the degree to which the center of the image is vertically stretched or compressed. Vertical Skew: Specifies the degree to which the image is skewed up or down. Antialias: Specifies that antialiasing should be used. Antialiasing will slow the effect, because many more points need to be processed. but will often significantly improve the results.. Antialias Quality: Specifies the number of samples in each direction per pixel. The total number of samples per pixel is this value squared. Note: Although Paste Warp+ uses the same distortion algorithm as TR's Paste Warp, the code is original. EDIT 1 (6/11/2018) : .Version 1.1.0. Fixed tiling crack problem. Added Bulge controls. Increased distortion range. Rearranged controls.
  4. Spot the center What's this? When you have selected an area with the ellipse tool, have you ever needed to find the center? So, you need this effect. Draw a dot or a + at the center. Center could be: -center of the canvas, -center of the selection, -center of the weighted selection (not dimension but number of pixels). Download it! Plugin SpotCenter.dll Here is the DLL http://jcljay.free.fr/pdn/SpotCenter.zip The MadJik's All plugins package is available! http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=7186 How to install Close Paint.net Classic version of Paint.net Unzip and (re)place the DLL in your Effect folder usually: C:/Program Files/Paint.NET/Effects (please reverse / for correct path) Microsoft Store version of Paint.net Unzip and (re)place the DLL in your Effect folder usually: My Documents/paint.net App Files/Effects (please reverse / for correct path) You have to adapt for your language My Documents The User interface This plugin is added to the menu Effects, submenu Selection. Size of marker horizontal/vertical Choose 0 for a single dot. Default is 1 for a small cross. More than one to draw lines passing through the center. Link horizontal-vertical When checked you could use one slider to define the both horizontal-vertical. Steps Instead of a line, increase the steps to have multiple spots from the center. Color of the spot Default is the primary color, but you could change it on the fly. Transparency Value 255 means opaque (no transparency). Adjustment Once the center is known then you could adjust it +/- some pixels. The middle of 5 pixels is the third. □□□□□ The middle of 4 pixels isn’t a pixel… □□|□□ Spot Center Three modes are available: -Selection: the middle is half the width and half the height of the selection, -Canvas: the middle is half the width and half the height of the image regardless the selection, -Weight: each pixel of the selection is 1 unit of weight. The center is estimated with the average weight per line and per raw. Voilà! Enjoy!
  5. This is a plugin I wrote a while ago, which I posted to a thread titled crop black and white images down to the smallest rectangular size that contains the black part. Apparently inspired by the thread's title, I chose the rather awkward name Unselected Rectangle Keeper. It's in the Selection submenu. It has no user interface. This is the plugin: UnselectedRectangleKeeper.zip The icon: What it does sounds kind of strange, but is useful for cropping images to the smallest region that doesn't match the surrounding color. If you have a rectangular selection which contains a non-selected region, it erases everything in the selection that's outside the bounding rectangle of the non-selected region: To crop to the smallest rectangle containing something not matching the color of the background: Use the Magic Wand with a low tolerance to select the outside color. Run Unselected Rectangle Keeper. Deselect. Use the Magic Wand to select the transparent region. Invert the selection. Crop to the selection. Example: Before (white region is selected). After. EDIT: Added link to plugin (which I completely forgot to do). Thanks for the reminder, lynxster4!