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Border plugin that adds instead of covering?


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Plugins cannot extend the size of the canvas. They are forced to work entirely within the current canvas bounds.

The usual work-around is to make your canvas larger by a percentage amount (Image > Resize...) and anchor the original to the center of the enlarged size. An enlargement of say 110% will give you 5% wide strips around the image where you can create your frame.

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To make it even quicker, if you want a solid color, you can choose a color as secondary and Paint.NET will fill the new area with that color on the "background" layer.

 

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