Ego Eram Reputo Posted September 6, 2008 Share Posted September 6, 2008 (edited) This little plugin arose from the Polaroid Collage tutorial. Specifically, this post:http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/12300-polaroid-collage/page__view__findpost__p__203890, where the question was asked "...how did you make the original Polaroid frame?". Easy, you use the new Polaroid Frame plugin. Polaroid Frame was really just an excuse to play with some of CodeLab's new UI controls (I just love the new Double Vector control) 8) The theory behind this plugin is that the frame and image are always a specific ratio of height vs. width. This is explained in my post here:http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/12300-polaroid-collage/page__view__findpost__p__203897. This is why you only need one size control, because everything is linked to that size by a set ratio. The other controls are fairly self explanatory, except for maybe the checkboxes: Use Primary - Uses the primary color for the frame. Default is the secondary color. Develop Image - When checked, any underlying image will be shown in the frame. Unchecking this box will fill the image area with a brown color, like an undeveloped Polaroid! To install the plugin, download my Plugin Pack and unzip it. Run the *.exe installer (written by BoltBait). Restart paint.net. Enjoy! Edited November 26, 2018 by toe_head2001 Fixed broken Postimg image Quote ebook: Mastering Paint.NET | resources: Plugin Index | Stereogram Tut | proud supporter of Codelab plugins: EER's Plugin Pack | Planetoid | StickMan | WhichSymbol+ | Dr Scott's Markup Renderer | CSV Filetype | dwarf horde plugins: Plugin Browser | ShapeMaker Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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