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Hello there!

I was thinking of a new plugin or something build into Paint.NET, that maybe could be made.

This one is an off-set plugin.

When you are going to see if something is seamless, or if you just want to make a pattern, then an off-set option could be very usefull. Here is an example of what i mean:

Here is my texture.

Off-set%201%20Thumb.png

I want to offset it 4 times

Offset%20Window.png

I press OK, and here is my result.

Off-set%202Thumb.png

What do you think about it?

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Interesting idea! But the functionality already exists. Here's how:

1. Resize the image with Image>Resize. You're going to enlarge it to a percentage equal to however many copies you want x100%.

2. Go into Layers>Rotate/Zoom and pull down the Zoom slider until you get it back to the desired size.

3. Use the Pan control to place it where you want the image to start.

4. Then click the "Tiling" check box.

Ta-daa! :-)

 

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Interesting idea! But the functionality already exists. Here's how:

1. Resize the image with Image>Resize. You're going to enlarge it to a percentage equal to however many copies you want x100%.

2. Go into Layers>Rotate/Zoom and pull down the Zoom slider until you get it back to the desired size.

3. Use the Pan control to place it where you want the image to start.

4. Then click the "Tiling" check box.

Ta-daa! :-)

Aah, yes, but i would rather like the off-set. I was thinking that you can justify both by pixels and by numbers of images shown.

But thank you anyway for showing me this David Atwell. :)

EDIT: Lol, for some weird reason you are the only one who is replying to my topics. :wink:

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