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i hit Ctrl+A = curly lines =nothing else......nowhere to be seen.....with all the wonderful things i have seen folks do with this - i just don't get it........so tried a sneaky way & it said 'not a windows 32 application' ... gosh this is fun.... :rainbow:

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i already 'unblock' as per instructions listed on page 7 of How to Install Paint.Net plugins....♫...just a thought - i upgraded this comp. about a month ago & curly lines is the 1st plugin i have tried since, i notice that it is being downloaded as 'caroline/pc/user' - i am the administrator on this - would that have anything to do with it???  i promise this is the last question i will ask on this - if it is not solvable i wll take it to my computer guy.   many thank for your patience....

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Start at the beginning.

 

1. Download a fresh copy of the plugin.  Get it from here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/25591-curly-lines-plugin-updated-to-v11a-19th-nov-2012/

 

2. Locate the Zipped file you downloaded and unzip it.  If necessary, you may need to unblock it.

 

3. Copy the unzipped file CurlyLines.dll into your Paint.NET/Effects folder.

 

4. Restart Paint.NET.

 

5. Look in the Effects > Render menu for the plugin.

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Under your own posts, there is an "edit" button. If you just need to add to your previous post, use that instead of adding a new post. Thanks!

(I removed the extra post for you ;) )

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Start at the beginning.

 

1. Download a fresh copy of the plugin.  Get it from here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/25591-curly-lines-plugin-updated-to-v11a-19th-nov-2012/

 

2. Locate the Zipped file you downloaded and unzip it.  If necessary, you may need to unblock it.

 

3. Copy the unzipped file CurlyLines.dll into your Paint.NET/Effects folder.

 

4. Restart Paint.NET.

 

5. Look in the Effects > Render menu for the plugin.

thank you so much - no luck - i actually tried to install a program i already had fromPaint.Net & it would not allow me to open it either ...so i am very reluctant to blame a machine for my own incompetence - but i do believe there is somethng very wrong when you are denied access to something you already have installed & using - i will take it back & find out 'what's gone wrong'.....i am so vey grateful to you all...♥

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Under your own posts, there is an "edit" button. If you just need to add to your previous post, use that instead of adding a new post. Thanks!

(I removed the extra post for you ;) )

thank you kind Sir :D

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Take a screenshot of your Paint.NET/Effects folder showing as many files as possible.  Upload it to an image hosting site and post the link here.

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You should only download plugins for Paint.Net from this forum or you may bring home something you didn't want to.   ;)

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are there a newer versions of panelling, brick, jittler, and jumble pluglns? I do have 3.5.11 paint.net which i downloaded from GetPaint.net. I would love to learn how to make things like the one in the tutorials. When I downloaded them from what I read in the chat, it would not work. So far I love this site and its my first time being on here. so far I have learn so much from this but there are some plugins like i said before, i have trouble to get those. 

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Hey Star32!  Welcome :grin:

 

You should be fine downloading the plugins from the Plugins section of this forum.  Despite their apparent age, the plugins you mentioned are the most recent versions available.

 

To find more information, check out the Plugin Index (link in my signature).  In the Index I list the original Release Date and the Plugin Status - look for ones that are flagged as Active.

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Keep in mind- though many of the plugins were first posted years ago and thus SEEM to be old, most are updated frequently and can be rather new despite their apparent age.

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ok i dont understand. i installed the newest version of paint.net. and im trying to get the pluggins to use the circle text. i have reinstalled several times and used both the appilcation for the pluggins m-something v23 with like a whole bunch. and zip file as well to maually add the pluggins to the effects folder under program files>paint.net>effects> copy and paste .dll and still nothing is showing up on my paint.net program. i have like 7 catagories only on effects with none of the newer stuff.. someone please help?

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ok i dont understand. i installed the newest version of paint.net. and im trying to get the pluggins to use the circle text. i have reinstalled several times and used both the appilcation for the pluggins m-something v23 with like a whole bunch. and zip file as well to maually add the pluggins to the effects folder under program files>paint.net>effects> copy and paste .dll and still nothing is showing up on my paint.net program. i have like 7 catagories only on effects with none of the newer stuff.. someone please help?

also when i look at plugin load error, on paint. it says i have 533 load errors. i dunno what that means. but it will pop up a box saying 1 of 533 and so on. i am either doing something wrong or something is going on...

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How to install plugins into Paint.net

 

Step 1: Right click the Paint.Net shortcut

 

Step 2: Click "open file location"

 

Step 3: Go into the effects folder

 

Step 4: Paste the plugin into that folder

 

Step 5: There is no step 5, you've already  got the plugin in! Congratulations! :D

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Hi all,

 

Elderly first-post computer idiot here...hope I'm posting in the right place.

 

Loving using Paint.net for post-processing my scanned 35mm negatives. Also admiring the v helpful community you have here. No, really ; )

 

There are just a couple of tools I want that only come as plugins. Like this one: <No>

 

1) Does it still exist?

 

2) If yes - can I get it without installing a whole other bunch of effects I really don't need/want, ie by itself?

 

3) If no - anyone know of another, similar plugin? (I've looked and looked and can only find that one so far)

Edited by Ego Eram Reputo
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OK folks, I found it! Or one pretty much like it:

 

Camera Lens Distortion

 

If anyone knows of an alternative, perhaps better, lens-distortion-correction p-i, please say. But this one seems to work fine.

 

 

PS. I know there's a tool like this originating in Korea (linked elsewhere in Paint), but when I downloaded and installed it (it moved itself to 'render' in the effets sub-menu) it opened in a separate window and sat there - didn't link to my image at all (?!))

 

PPS. You guys probably know this already, but DrewDale

kindly warned me to beware of the site I linked in my first post - illegal and unsafe. My apologies.

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