toe_head2001

The Plugin Browser v1.3.1.0 (April 28, 2020)

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It works, I downloaded the previous version of gmic from paint.net again and I can edit all pictures,

even Stylize works again in Paint.Net.
Krita is running the whole new version.
I think the new version is super great, but a working Paint.Net is more valuable for me. :-)))))

 

 

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Has this plugin been updated? I ask because when I go to download the new version, it says "Index was outside of the bounds of the array". 

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4 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

 

Can you post a screenshot of The Plugin Browser with that error message showing?

Here are the screenshots: 

 

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The code quality has been significantly improved the most recent version. Such errors messages are a things of the past.

The switch to the .json based Plugin Index allowed for the removal of the error-prone parsing code. Plus, most of the for loops in the project were converted to foreach loops.

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I bought the store version of paint.net, used the installer of the version 1.3.0.2 and it installed without problems (They were 2 errors wich claimed that they don't matter if I use the store version). When I opened the store version I couldn't find the Plugin Browser nor do I know where to look. Can you help?

 

Edit: I solved it by myself. The installer copied the file to the right folder but in the admin user files. I have my account and the admin account seperate. I copied it in the right folder and now I can see and use the Plugin Browser.

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as plugins get outdated it would be cool if you could disable plugin effects. some effects still work however it would be nice to be able to remove those that crash the program

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You can use the Paint.NET Settings and apply the Plugin Errors option to list the plugins that have issues and remove them by deleting their .dll files. (If you have a bunch of plugins, as I do, it will take a while to seek them out and display.)

IMPORTANT NOTE:
I just had Paint.NET to crash after trying to apply the CustomFrame.dll (Add Custom Frame). So the Plugin Errors locator does not find all problem plugins!

PDN_Settings_Plugin_Errors.jpg

 

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Hi, I've encountered an issue. I put the plugin inside the plugins folder and opened up paint.net, a message popped up asking if I want to download the plugin index pdf, and I clicked yes, but nothing was downloaded. Whenever I use the plugin it only shows the list of the default plugins. Did I do something wrong? I tried deleting and re-installing the plugin but the message doesn't pop up again.

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1 hour ago, visionary said:

a message popped up asking if I want to download the plugin index pdf, and I clicked yes, but nothing was downloaded.

 

PDF?  No, it downloaded a .json file. The file is used for searching within the plugin.

 

1 hour ago, visionary said:

Whenever I use the plugin it only shows the list of the default plugins.

 

It shows the plugins you have installed.

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On 4/23/2020 at 9:21 PM, toe_head2001 said:

PDF?  No, it downloaded a .json file. The file is used for searching within the plugin.

 

Yeah sorry I just assumed it was a pdf because there's a link for the pdf in the Plugin Index page

 

On 4/23/2020 at 9:21 PM, toe_head2001 said:

It shows the plugins you have installed.

 

Obviously I have more than just the default plugins, or else I wouldn't be saying that. My issue here is that the plugin index file wasn't downloaded

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On 4/25/2020 at 7:14 AM, Ego Eram Reputo said:

If you open the Plugin Browser and type in the keyword Grow do you get any hits?

 

The only thing that pops up is the "pdn built-in" category :(

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This may be a issue in the Plugin Browser that I've been meaning to fix.

 

@visionary,

Are your plugins in My Documents or in Program Files?

Are you using Paint.NET installed from the Microsoft Store, or just the classic installation?

 

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Version 1.3.1.0 posted.

 

The Plugin Browser can now load plugins from My Documents on classic installations of Paint.NET.

 

The once-a-month download of the Plugin Index is now completely silent.

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