GlitzGoing

Can't find palette folder. Any fix?

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Before installing Plugin Pack, click Manage color palettes and select Open Palettes Folder from the list. The folder will be created automatically.

 

 

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Yes, you do @GlitzGoing.  If you hover over where @ReMake showed you, the tool tip 'Manage Color Palettes' appears.

Then click the Down arrow and select 'Open Palettes Folder'.

 

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I hope this helps.  :)

 

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Hi @GlitzGoing and Welcome to the forum :)

 

Here is another option to try as well:

 

 

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@GlitzGoing   See if you have these folders created under Documents.  I have both folders, but I am using the Classic version.

 

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Create the 'paint.net App Files' folder under Documents.

Then create the 'Palettes' folder under that.

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Are there any folders under it?  If not, create the Palettes folder by New Folder and renaming it to Palettes.

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Then I am stumped.  Why don't you download the .zip version and install manually.

 

Everything would go under your 'Effects' folder

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Yes, paint.net needs to be closed!  Now, we all feel dumb.  (for future reference...close PDN before installing plugins!)

Glad you figured that out. I was getting stressed... :lol:  🤪

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