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BriDog

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Hi all. Well as the title says, I really want DTX lithtech image support for paint.net. I can't imagine it would be too hard as Photoshop already has this. But I'm not about to install an 800mb program for one freaking format. One guy mentioned it in the plug-in section. But that was his only post. If anyone could help, this will help a bunch of us non photoshoppers. Thanks.

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No, we'd approach a limit of deadness. Each time we "die a little inside," it's a percentage of our current aliveness. So the first time -- assuming an initial "health" of 100 and "dying a little" meaning 25% -- we'd then be at 75. The next time we die a little, it's 25% of that, so 56.25, then 42.1875. We'll never actually reach 0, so we'll never die completely.

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I'll give you that, but wouldn't you reach a point where you are so very nearly dead that by all standards and for all practical purposes you are dead? And, by natural effects such as decomposition and lack of breathing, you would die. Now, would that be considered because of the consistent attack on your life force or would people call that death by natural causes?

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Ahh. They do heal but would they heal fast enough or would they even be able to heal if they had that little life left? Is life even a quantifiable measure? And before it gets asked: 42.

Every time someone goes off topic, ever forum administrator dies a little inside.

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BriDog, some page that I found (http://www.planetavp.com/modmaker/modmaker2.html) suggests that a tool called DEdit can import/export Lithtech textures or skins in TGA format, which Paint.NET is certainly capable of working with. I don't know what this tool is, seems to be a level editor. Perhaps you already have it. You might try starting there!

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