Ego Eram Reputo Posted July 7, 2008 Share Posted July 7, 2008 (edited) Updated 12 December 2010 - 'Recent History' buttons! Update 24 October 2010 - New UI WhichSymbolPlus allows a symbol or character to be chosen and applied to the canvas from any installed font. Thanks to these guys for their help: Pyrochild for his help with the XML loading & saving. Simon Brown who revised and recoded the original codelab plug-in, and was most generous with his time and source. BoltBait for the TextRenderingHint! You will find this plugin located in the RENDER submenu. (New) When you commit a character to the canvas (by clicking OK), the character is saved to the upper most 'History" button (the contents of the other buttons cascade downward). You can easily reproduce the character by running the plugin again and selecting the appropriate 'History' button. Note that the anti-aliasing setting is not saved, nor the color used (the plugin always uses the current primary color). This is the fourth incarnation of this plugin. Here's how the new UI looks...., The UI explained: Select or change a font by clicking on the font name. Choose your symbol by clicking directly on it (it will appear in the preview area and also on the canvas). Click OK to commit the symbol to the canvas. Anti aliasing checkbox chooses between smooth & pixelated. Symbol size is changed with the up/down arrows or by typing a number into the size box. Measurements are in pixels (maximum is 1000). (New) Quickly recall any one of your 10 most recently chosen characters by clicking on one of the 'History' buttons. To install the plugin, download my Plugin Pack and unzip it. Run the *.exe installer (written by BoltBait). Restart paint.net. Edited May 16, 2018 by toe_head2001 Fixed broken Postimg images 5 Quote ebook: Mastering Paint.NET | resources: Plugin Index | Stereogram Tut | proud supporter of Codelab plugins: EER's Plugin Pack | Planetoid | StickMan | WhichSymbol+ | Dr Scott's Markup Renderer | CSV Filetype | dwarf horde plugins: Plugin Browser | ShapeMaker Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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