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On 10/11/2019 at 5:40 AM, Vagabondi said:

... I've noticed its menu looking a bit wrong now.

The Russian version of the interface also has bugs.

 

On 10/11/2019 at 2:42 PM, ReMake said:

It is logical to assume that if the words Cyan, Magenta and Yellow are tied to the left edge, then the words Red, Green and Blue should be aligned to the right ...

 

I recompiled the effect. This is the same version 1.1 (in my case 1.1.1) with fixed texts and decoration of the interface controls and the addition of help. The effect interface has three languages: English, Russian, and Japanese.

CB_ui_en.png.93e64bcf790f426734b634367014655e.png    CB_ui_ja.png.6082308fc772e31c5d9a97cb59e8c17d.png

The help text for the Japanese version is in English. I would be very grateful if someone from the Japanese-speaking forum members would provide me with the text in Japanese. In this case, I will recompile the effect again.

 

For paint.net 4.3.2+ only

 

dpyColorBalancePlus.zip

 

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Updated Help in Japanese
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On 10/25/2009 at 6:28 PM, dpy said:

\program files\Paint.NET\effects

Hi everyone,

 

I do not have knowledge about the paint.net as well as you do. So you may find my below question a bit strange.

 

I am a cap producer and one of my clients want to have a cap with his text logo to be embroidered behind the cap in curved form. I have picture of the text straight so I need to bend it to be curved like in below picture:

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmUWKUfC0VyB41oZOB973WSBsQfb?e=Nr7927

 

Searching through internet I came across dpy and want to install the plug-in to my paint.net program. I downloaded the file and have it in zip format and see the dll files but don't know where to install them.

 

So, where is this above file "\program files\Paint.NET\effects"? Where can I paste the dll files of the dpy's plugin? Hope I can receive reply.

 

Look forward to it... Thanks...

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9 minutes ago, Ates said:

Hi everyone,

 

I do not have knowledge about the paint.net as well as you do. So you may find my below question a bit strange.

 

I am a cap producer and one of my clients want to have a cap with his text logo to be embroidered behind the cap in curved form. I have picture of the text straight so I need to bend it to be curved like in below picture:

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmUWKUfC0VyB41oZOB973WSBsQfb?e=Nr7927

 

Searching through internet I came across dpy and want to install the plug-in to my paint.net program. I downloaded the file and have it in zip format and see the dll files but don't know where to install them.

 

So, where is this above file "\program files\Paint.NET\effects"? Where can I paste the dll files of the dpy's plugin? Hope I can receive reply.

 

Look forward to it... Thanks...

Plus, there may be and updated version of the plug-in? Could you kindly share with me the latest version of the pug-in if available? Thanks...

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It is apparent that not only are you a 'newbie' to Paint.NET, but also a novice at using the Windows file system. Everything that you need has been delivered to you, but you lack the experience to unpack it.

 

So this is the breakdown:

Within the 'Programs Files' folder are a grouping of programs that are installed on your system
The sub folder named 'paint.net' contains the files and folders related to 'paint.net'

Within the paint.net sub folder are a nest of sub folders and files needed to run paint.net,

one of which is the 'Effects' folder
Within the 'Effects' folder, you will load your effects plugins
Within the 'FileTypes' folder go plugins related to handling various file types

I hope that this is helpful!

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2 hours ago, HyReZ said:

Within the 'Programs Files' folder are a grouping of programs that are installed on your system
The sub folder named 'paint.net' contains the files and folders related to 'paint.net'

 

That only applies to the classic version of Paint.NET.

Based on the screenshots in the previous post @Ates is probably using the Microsoft Store version.

The following link is to the Microsoft Store section of Paint.NET's plugin installation help page: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/InstallPlugins.html#4

 

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