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BoltBait

Feather Plugin (Now with Source)

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One thing I've noticed, if there any semi transparent pixels, they will be ignored by the plugin and it will create something pretty ugly....

If they are ignored by the plugin, how is the plugin at fault?

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No one is ever happy. *sigh* :(

I am :D

The update kicked both "AA's" & "Basic AA's" behind.

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BoltBait- this is my second favorite plugin, right behind Align Object. This update makes it even better, thanks!

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I would like this plugin, however, every time I click on the link I get the following error message:

Microsoft IE execute shell has experienced an error and must shut down. Please help.

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I would like this plugin, however, every time I click on the link I get the following error message:

Microsoft IE execute shell has experienced an error and must shut down. Please help.

Try right click + "save target as..." instead.

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Yes. There is a programming issue with the plugin that surfaced with the new way plugins are rendered with Paint.NET 3.36.

I have a fix and will update the first post in this thread with the fix right now.

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Thank you for your attention!

I guess I better tell Madjik about this too..(but not on his B-day)

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how can you make the white border??? i can't figure out how to do it... i follwed the instruction but no white border appear... help please

:?: The white doted lines in the seconde picture, in the first post?

Use one of the select tools. :MagicWandTool::EllipseSelectTool: :LassoTool:

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Racingdj08, that is because you are using "Selection > Feather" instead of "Object > Feather".

Remember:

Object > Feather uses the transparent pixels to find the edges of objects and feathers along the object's outline.

Selection > Feather uses the marching ants as the path to feather.

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