pleska Posted June 7, 2006 Share Posted June 7, 2006 (edited) Well its not spectacular but it gets the job done. This plug-in produces a gradient fill between your current primary and secondary colors. It uses the overall selected rectangle as the distance for the gradient fills. It supports 5 basic types of gradient fills: Vertical, Horizontal, Radial (from center of rect out), Diagonal and Reverse-Diagonal. If you want the fill to go the other way you reverse the colors. Also it has a special ability to use a mask color. This color will be the only area where the gradient fill will occur within the selected region. I did this after running into lots of math problems with weird regions, if you want to see the weird region problems create a very irregular selection and try some of the fills. Attached is the link to a zip file. Unzip it and put the single DLL that is inside this zip file in your Effects folder and then launch the paint.net app. It should appear on your effects menu as a new effect. btw. This was built with paint.net v2.63 and if you want source let me know here. Thanks, Paul MODERATORS NOTE: This effect is incompatible with Paint.NET 4.0xhttp://www.sapphireonline.com/Downloads/GradientPlugIn.zip Edited July 13, 2020 by toe_head2001 Fixed broken link Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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