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I want to know if I can create a preset to save a series of adjustments that I made to a faded color photograph and use that preset to apply to other pictures that also need similar color correcting.
For example, let's say instead of repeatedly going through a series of photos lowering their saturation it would get tiring. Could there be a way to save presets so I could use it on a series of photos, making them all have the same adjustments.

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20 minutes ago, sddsdsdsds said:

Could there be a way to save presets so I could use it on a series of photos, making them all have the same adjustments.

 

You could use @pyrochild's ScriptLab plugin.

 

https://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/6091-scriptlab/

 

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23 hours ago, BoltBait said:

I suppose I could build you a custom version with whatever defaults for each slider you want.

That would not be necessary if we could "repeat" (Ctrl+whatever) Adjustments, like we do Effects (Ctrl+F).

(It really is not worth the trouble searching for my post but...) I suggested it a few years ago and, if I remember right, even @Rick Brewster agreed it would be helpful.

 

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 @Djisves wants to revisit the repeat Adjustment conversation. The way Ctrl + F repeats an Effect. Recently I would have found this quite useful.

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20 hours ago, BoltBait said:

The defaults only come into play the first time you run an adjustment after starting Paint.NET.

Exactly! So Ctrl+*SomeKey* to repeat an adjustment would usefully adopt the settings used last.

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