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Thomas H

TEXT - How to make text readable in lower circle

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Good day I am new , first topic posted , I searched but could not find the answer . I can text in a circle and need to know how to make the lower text

of the circle to flip up right and be readable .

Please help and forgive me if this has all ready been discussed just point me in the right direction .

thank you so much for the help

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Is there a Plug in that will allow you to text in the direction of a smiley face :smile:( the lower part of a circle ) left to right , not upside down ?

thank you

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Hello @Thomas H and Welcome to Paint.net :)

 

Yes, there is a Plugin called Circular Text which will be helpful to do what you are asking:

 

 

 

Circulat-Text.png     ~ Clickable ~

 

Just remember to put a 'tick' in the box for the bottom part to go the other way.

 

And here is a link on how to install Plugins.

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@Pixey I am sorry to ask , I have been reading the threads on this and I am having the same issues you had , did you have to go into Paint.net folder and delete

your old Circle Text plug in ? and then install the new circle text plugin .

thank you so much for your help

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1 hour ago, toe_head2001 said:

@Thomas H

You also need to install OptionBasedLibrary v0.7.9.dll and OptionBasedLibrary v0.7.9.dlc, as they are dependencies for the Circular Text plugin.

You can get those files with the Parallel Lines and Patterns plugin.

 

Many thanks @toe_head2001 I'd forgotten about that 😱

 

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