circlularthinking Posted July 15, 2016 Share Posted July 15, 2016 I have noticed a pretty major bug, if you make some red (255 red, no blue or green) and some blue (255 blue, no red or green) in an image. (black background (probably not required), and some white (again, probably not required, but just ensuring it's absence wasn't causing issues as it can with curves and brightness contrast changes). And then go into the hue and saturation changer and reduce the saturation to zero, the blue (now grey) becomes a LOT darker than the red!?!? (the blue becomes 'white' 29 while the red is ''white' 76?!) If you rotate the hue of the image while in the colour changes, it make zero difference, but if you only rotate the hue, exit the changer and re-enter, then of course it makes a big difference to the colours you get. I even tried using the colour channel change plugin so that the red and blue in an image could be swapped, but still the now blue portions are darker than the now red ones when saturation is taken to zero. Incidentally Green when given the same treatment goes to 149! So 29 blue .vs 149 green, when all were equally bright "fully on" before the change!?!? It's the latest version of paint.net (overscroll version). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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