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Hello dear forum-readers,

I'm new to this forum here.

Anyhow my question is close to saving time in applications.

Can someone show me, how you can make next to the standard translations of a marked picture

(---------- using the mouse and

(---------- the keyboard arrows

more general ones by chosing a point of this picture and type the coordinates where to translate it?

kind regards and best thanks to the helping brains,

)osip

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Greetings calm_joe.

Now, it should be said before we continue that I have a nasty habit of being a little dense. So, could you explain a little further by what you mean, please? It would make it far more approachable so more helping brains can... help. ;)

For instance, what are you referring to when you write: 'standard translations of a marked picture'?

Many thanks.

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I should have written translating a marked area in a picture.

and to put it still even shorter than before:

I'd like to drag'n drop a picture like with a mouse, but only with numbers.

I'd like to type the coordinates in the marked area (that's the point, where I press the button of the mouse) and type in the coordinates in the opened picture (that'd be where I leave the pressed button to put the area on the picture)

If this my wordorder is still confusing, I hope a look in the file attached helps.

It'd be made in an even general way, by thinking about all the actions (stretching ... ok) ok. I'll stop confusing, ... and keep on asking instead... this could be done, couldn't it one way or another?

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On what way can the descripted be done, if it couldn't it be done one way or what would be the other?

..........................................................................................-||- ... then what would be the other?

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

#2 I haven't a clue what you want. so I'm guessing. that picture is too small for my ancient eyes to make out!

#3 no drag and drop of picture.

you either copy from one open image then open the target image and paste.

or save the first image as a png and layers>import from a file.

#4 if you do either of the above (#3) the default will be top left corner paste

#5 you could then possibly use rotate/zoom and give pan coordinates. Might take some fiddling around to get correct settings

Is that what you mean?

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I think I know what he is talking of:

1. Use the selection tool ( :RectangleSelectTool: ) and create a selection

2. Switch to the move selection tool ( :MoveTool: )

3. Use the arrow keys to move the selection. Based on how much you are zoomed in will determine how many pixels it shifts. This makes it really versatile for getting the selections 0,0 to be matched to the exact X,Y you are moving the selection too.

Hope this is what you are talking about

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On what way can the descripted moving be done by typing in numbers of the two pairs of coordinates?

My question is:

Up to now I know two ways to fill into a "region" of a picture an >area<,

.. a 3rd one by typing in destined coordinates "..." = ( _, _)

and the destined base point of the picture >...< =( _, _)

.... well, arhg.. I'll try to write again after I have slept, if it is still not understandable formulation.

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Not using a translator are you, by any chance? We are not being awkward on purpose, just that your style of writing is rather difficult to follow. This may not be your fault entirely, so we understand.

Firstly, from what I've gathered, there is only one easy method for moving a picture - or parts thereof - to a designated location: Mike Ryan's.

1. Use the selection tool ( :RectangleSelectTool: ) and create a selection

2. Switch to the move selection tool ( :MoveTool: )

3. Use the arrow keys to move the selection. Based on how much you are zoomed in will determine how many pixels it shifts. This makes it really versatile for getting the selections 0,0 to be matched to the exact X,Y you are moving the selection too.

To further his answer, you should be looking toward the Status Bar at the bottom of the screen: http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/en/StatusBar.html You should be able to follow the co-ordinates precisely on the right-hand side of this bar.

Secondly, there is no way to type in your co-ordinates directly, you can only move manually in Paint.NET. Whether this will be a feature in the future or not is entirely up to the lead developer, Rick Brewster. Do not hold your breath for too long, though.

Lastly, also from what I've gathered, there is no way to drag and drop between pictures, only within the same one. From your attachment, you seem quite able to do this. You should look at oma's reply for getting around this:

you either copy from one open image then open the target image and paste.

or save the first image as a png and layers>import from a file.

What I've tried to do here is summarise what has already been said, whilst also answering as much as possible from what you have given us/what we have understood. I hope something from one or all of us is getting closer to what you want from Paint.NET.

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Not using a translator are you, by any chance? We are not being awkward on purpose, just that your style of writing is rather difficult to follow. This may not be your fault entirely, so we understand.

...

Thank you for your understanding.

Secondly, there is no way to type in your co-ordinates directly, you can only move manually in Paint.NET. Whether this will be a feature in the future or not is entirely up to the lead developer, Rick Brewster. Do not hold your breath for too long, though.

...

I am trying exactly what you are writing me not to do. In the past I had steplessly often difficulties when talking about ideas to improve. When the one I was talking to was overcharged, I stopped immediately and try to think it through and wait to another chance, when the time appear more apt. Sometimes new ideas were not wanted.

I learnt to take that, too.

Next possibility was that the opposite was always asking questions, but these were rhetorical. This went through to my conscience, too.

Next one was that these rhetoric questions were personally abrasive and so on...

Well so I moved along with my ideas to the next one.

That's how I landed here.

May I ask if I can still write further? When I know if I am permitted to write, my style can get much better, in writing the mathematical-notation and in the english one, too.

I do want to beware your personalities and your well feeling-rules.

Now nice evening to those in Europe and Africa.

Good sleeping and waking up to the ones sleeping or awake in Australia and Asia.

Have a nice noon (. , after or beforenoon = morning) you those in South- and North-America.

ciao, salut, à bientôt, jintian, zbogom!, servus!, ... do slijedečeg puta.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Whether this will be a feature in the future or not is entirely up to the lead developer, Rick Brewster. Do not hold your breath for too long, though.

...

Now I give up holding my breath and keep writing a while.

Could you add circle and ruler?

It'd help me a lot.

have a nice one,

b;e

)osip

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

I'm going to make the assumption this is attempted humour at my expense,

really childish behavour

. ciao OMA

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

I'm going to make the assumption this is attempted humour at my expense,

really childish behavour

. ciao OMA

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

I'm going to make the assumption this is attempted humour at my expense,

really childish behavour

. ciao OMA

It's intended as a training of writing and listening correctly.

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Still this is entirely a confusing post.

#1 you can edit your post so you don't have 3 or 4 back to back ones that's what we call bumping.

...

...

Introducing features should be written like you introduce a meal and would like to eat on the same table with your grand appetite.

I'm going to make the assumption this is attempted humour at my expense,

really childish behavour

. ciao OMA

It's intended as a training of writing and listening correctly.

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