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Hi. I'm working on a map file for a game which I'm trying to debug at the moment. The map file contains colors and each color represents a province in the game. However, whilst generating the provinces map, hundreds of little pesky, lone pixels remain everywhere, and the game tries to treat every one of those as a province. As of right now the only solution is to go by the coordinates given in the error log and remove them oneself. But like I said, there are hundreds of them, so such a minor thing takes forever. Is there a script for Paint.net that could mark a pixel automatically by typing in its coordinates and paint it over with an adjacent color?

 

Thanks in advance.

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53 minutes ago, toe_head2001 said:

 

Thanks, but this doesn't work, I still have to look all pixels up one by one and use the plugin, and the plugin removes it, it doesn't color them with the adjacent color. (I'll change the title) Thanks anyway.

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1 hour ago, lovkal said:

Is there a script for Paint.net that could mark a pixel automatically by typing in its coordinates and paint it over with an adjacent color?

You want to manually type in hundreds of coordinates?

 

Why not just automatically color the lone pixels with the nearest color?

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3 hours ago, toe_head2001 said:

You want to manually type in hundreds of coordinates?

 

Why not just automatically color the lone pixels with the nearest color?

 

I was just thinking that if the latter was not possible,  then the first would be better than nothing.

 

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I'll show the problem for simplicity's sake.

The red pixel is the problem here, and the entire map looks different, of course. I want every 'red' pixel (they're not all red) filled with its adjacent color, in this case brown or dark blue. 

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