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Trouble with softening edges..


StarryKat

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If the files are in different folders it wont work.

all the plugins file name are: .dll files and should be just in the folder: Effects

that means, you will have to extract only the dll files to: C:\program files\paintdotnet

Or wherever your Paint.Net folder is located.

I Hope this works fine for you now.

EDIT: Here is how it looks like in my computer: http://r6.se/temp/MyLocatedArea.jpg

But am using Swedish version of Windows XP

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And StarryKat, please make sure to read and abide by the rules. They're for everyone, including Grandmas. "A Simple Request" is not a very good thread title (it's disallowed in fact), because it greatly hinders the organization of the forum.

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And StarryKat, please make sure to read and abide by the rules. They're for everyone, including Grandmas. "A Simple Request" is not a very good thread title (it's disallowed in fact), because it greatly hinders the organization of the forum.

Ooooh, Ricky, I'm going to tell your Grandmother on you and your going to be in such trouble!!

:lol: Actually, very sorry about that.. :oops: I really did think it was going to be a simple request for help, didn't know it was going to turn into a troubleshooting situation.. :cry:

Well, seriously, I'm at a loss as to why I'm having so much trouble with these files that I downloaded showing up in PN, so, my question now is, should I just delete PN entirely and re download it and the new effects files or should I create a folder called 'effects' and then

drag and drop all the .dll files into it?

I really do appreciate all the help everyone is giving me and I'm using PN much more, but I'm not a graphics designer so every bit of help is great.. Thanks.. :)

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And StarryKat, please make sure to read and abide by the rules. They're for everyone, including Grandmas. "A Simple Request" is not a very good thread title (it's disallowed in fact), because it greatly hinders the organization of the forum.

Ooooh, Ricky, I'm going to tell your Grandmother on you and your going to be in such trouble!!

:lol: Actually, very sorry about that.. :oops: I really did think it was going to be a simple request for help, didn't know it was going to turn into a troubleshooting situation.. :cry:

Well, seriously, I'm at a loss as to why I'm having so much trouble with these files that I downloaded showing up in PN, so, my question now is, should I just delete PN entirely and re download it and the new effects files or should I create a folder called 'effects' and then

drag and drop all the .dll files into it?

I really do appreciate all the help everyone is giving me and I'm using PN much more, but I'm not a graphics designer so every bit of help is great.. Thanks.. :)

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rules: viewforum.php?f=20

From one grandmother to another age is not an excuse. You have been asked politely to change your title for ease of all others using the search function within this program. If you are unsure how to do so here is how.

1) go to your very first post in this thread.

2) the little x on the right hand side down near the bottom of your first post.

3) change the title. "A simple Request" is not an allowed title. change it. suggest: "Request for assistance adding dll's"

OMA (german for grandmother)

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rules: viewforum.php?f=20

From one grandmother to another age is not an excuse. You have been asked politely to change your title for ease of all others using the search function within this program. If you are unsure how to do so here is how.

1) go to your very first post in this thread.

2) the little x on the right hand side down near the bottom of your first post.

3) change the title. "A simple Request" is not an allowed title. change it. suggest: "Request for assistance adding dll's"

OMA (german for grandmother)

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yes David I've been watching this thread. Grandma's and Grandpa's are not exempt from reading the rules and abiding by them. Just the same as the young ones. In fact even more so as we are responsible for setting a good example.

ciao

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yes David I've been watching this thread. Grandma's and Grandpa's are not exempt from reading the rules and abiding by them. Just the same as the young ones. In fact even more so as we are responsible for setting a good example.

ciao

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