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8) Hi, is there any possibility to get this "necessary tool" ? you know, sometimes I need to blur with precision some random points on a picture, I really need this tool on the latest version of paint.net because I really love this program and I don't want to use another heavy program, so I really Hope that somebody can help me, any solution ?. :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: :oops: maybe is there some plugin or something... thanks for reading.

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thanks so much but that seems to be a pathetic process with several steps, I am really looking for an easy, fast and real solution :roll: (using the proper tool to blur)

They gave you a pretty easy solution. There's no need to be rude and call it "pathetic."

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What kind of blur and to what degree are you wanting to do on your image? Are you wanting to use a variety of blurs or the same blur effect on different parts of different sizes? You could create a new layer and with the paint brush or line tool draw over the areas that you wish to blur, then using the magic wand on that layer, select those areas, then select the image layer turn off your markup layer and apply the blur you want. Sure it's not a blur brush tool, but you might be able to get the results you are looking for. If you want to use different blurs, then add layers for those blur effects you need. If I'm understanding what you are asking, this might be a more simple solution.

 

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What kind of blur and to what degree are you wanting to do on your image? Are you wanting to use a variety of blurs or the same blur effect on different parts of different sizes? You could create a new layer and with the paint brush or line tool draw over the areas that you wish to blur, then using the magic wand on that layer, select those areas, then select the image layer turn off your markup layer and apply the blur you want. Sure it's not a blur brush tool, but you might be able to get the results you are looking for. If you want to use different blurs, then add layers for those blur effects you need. If I'm understanding what you are asking, this might be a more simple solution.

most of times I only want to blur the contour of an object or character that has transparent background, I think that is fine your solution.., but there is nothing more friendly than the Blurring tool using a friendly brush.

I really hope the boss want to improve paint.net on the next version adding that basic but very very very necessary tool.

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I really hope the boss want to improve paint.net on the next version adding that basic but very very very necessary tool.

:roll: Being rude to the author (me) is hardly the way to win any support for what you think should be THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY FEATURES KTHX.

If you don't like Paint.NET then by all means uninstall it. I haven't poured 6 years into it just so I could listen to self-entitled junk like this.

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