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A slight correction. An Archimedean spiral doesn't tighten toward the center (unlike, for instance, a logarithmic spiral). The defining characteristic of an Archimedean spiral is that the distance between consecutive loops is constant.

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Thanks MJW - next release will have that wording change.

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9 hours ago, Djisves said:

@Ego Eram Reputo,

TR's Custom Random Filler appears in the Index as TR's Custom Shape Filler .  

 

Yep. Right below the title in the thread is this the AKA.

 

On 9/11/2014 at 2:49 PM, TechnoRobbo said:

TechnoRobbo's Custom Random Filler 

 

(AKA Custom Shape Filler)

 

I think it probably got renamed sometime after it was released. For consistency, I'll flag the Index to change it in the next release.

 

Thanks for pointing it out.

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Hi @Ego Eram Reputo, I wanted to point out something you may want to edit for the next Plugin Index update. Although the title of the post is Displacement and Alpha Mask, the actual name of the plugin is Alpha-Displacement. At first I could not find it since I was searching the index using the name of the plugin. Thanks for all you do in keeping this updated. It is a very valuable tool :).

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Good point. Thank you @Ladybug, I'll fix that next release.

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May Update

 

A number of new plugins this month. All are from new author @mccreery, who has also helpfully compiled the plugins into a plugin pack.

 

Clean Transparent mccreery Removes color variation in fully transparent pixels.

 

Color Ramp mccreery Maps brightness to a color gradient with up to three stops.

 

Erode mccreery Removes edges from objects using an erosion technique.

 

Isolate Channel mccreery Extracts a single color channel from a texture to grayscale or another channel.

 

McCreery's Plugins mccreery Plugin pack containing individual DLL files for: Clean Transparent, Color Ramp, Erode, Isolate Channel, Move Seams, Outline & Remove Transparency. Also comes with install.bat installer. Source is available on GitHub.

 

Move Seams mccreery Draws a tiled version of the canvas at an offset, allowing seamless texture creation and positioning.

 

Outline mccreery Adds precise outlines to objects using a dilation technique.

 

Remove Transparency mccreery Makes the canvas opaque by setting alpha to 255 for all pixels.

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I am unable to post to the "Style Transfer" thread to report consistent crashing.

Some other threads (including create new post) would not work either.

I even tried sending @Ego Eram Reputo a message and was also disallowed.

I am posting here because i have no other choice.

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I too am seeing a few forum based issues (possibly due to scheduled maintenance running in the background).

 

I think the style transfer issue is due to the thread being archived by the forum software as I can't post there either. I'll investigate....

 

EDIT: Seems to have resolved itself. Please try again.

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June Update

 

Two new plugin this month. I'm a day late with this update due to commitments. Sue me :mrgreen:.

 

Enjoy B)

 

Edge Shader MJW Shades the edges of objects, based on the distance from the edge.

 

MozJpeg FileType null54 Allows JPEG images to be saved with Mozilla's mozjpeg encoder. This can produce significantly smaller images than Paint.NET's default JPEG file type, and also allows progressive JPEG encoding to be used.

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July Update

 

Three new plugins for you to play with this month. Random Gradient Bars is shiny 😁

 

Copy Selection Bounding Box MJW Copies the bounding box of the current selection to the clipboard. The bounding box can be expanded by adding margins to each side.

 

Random Gradient Bars Reptillian Generates random gradient bars onto the canvas. Options to define multiple color modes, symmetry, origin, randomized inversion & differing random modes. Comes with *.bat installer. Source code available.

 

Split Color and Brightness MJW Allows the user to create a Color layer and a Brightness layer that produce the original image when blended using the selected blending mode.

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August Update

 

One new plugin this month - filled with colorful possibilities!

 

Rainbowify Reptillian Converts the average of RGB channel into Hue Range, and then add a gradient, and finally wrap it around to [0-1) range. Inspired by the Rainbowify effect by Jonathan Frech. G'MIC and CodeLab source provided.

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@Ego Eram Reputo

 

I updated my RAW FileType to use LibRaw instead of DCRaw.

The plugin description should be changed to replace DCRaw with LibRaw for the next version of the plugin index.

 

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Thanks @null54. I've made that change for the next update.

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September Update

 

Just the one new plugin this month. Enjoy B)

 

Markus-Lyapunov Fractal Reptillian Generates Markus-Lyapunov Fractal - discovered by Mario Markus of the Max Planck Institute for Nutrition. Alexander Lyapunov discovered the Lyapunov exponent. Source code provided.

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I could write it - but I'd be guessing. If you can, explain it to me as if I were a wide-eyed eight-year old child. Alternatively, If you write it, I'll post it :mrgreen:

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October Update

 

One new plugin this month. The entertainingly named YinYang21 :)

 

YinYang21 Zoubi Image binarization algorithm using the Deep YinYang open java library. Useful for cleaning up scanned documents.

 

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