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What I would suggest is you install the plugin packs by these people to get started: pyrochild, boltbait, madjik, Ed Harvey, Simon B, and dpy

That should get you...a lot of good plugins. If you REALLY need a list of the plugins I use most out of those...nevermind just download all of them :lol:

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all the above mentioned plugins are great, but then i thought about which one i used the most

Align Object

absolutely the most used plugin by yours truely,

quiet, unassuming, ignored lil ole align object

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all the above mentioned plugins are great, but then i thought about which one i used the most

Align Object

absolutely the most used plugin by yours truely,

quiet, unassuming, ignored lil ole align object

how did I ever forget? :roll: I use AA's Assistant just a tad more often tho. Align Object is definitely a MUST.

 

what I do all summer Emote Cursor Pack 'noob gallery

No, Paint.NET is not spyware...but, installing it is an IQ test. ~BoltBait

Blend modes are like the filling in your sandwich. It's the filling that can change your experience of the sandwich. ~Ego Eram Reputo

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For me it's the plugin that does what it is supposed to do when I need it to do something.

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The point I am making is to download plugins as required and not simply because you can. Otherwise much like I did when I started using PDN, you end up with hundreds of plugins with no way of remembering which plugin does what!

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For me it's the plugin that does what it is supposed to do when I need it to do something.

;)

The point I am making is to download plugins as required and not simply because you can. Otherwise much like I did when I started using PDN, you end up with hundreds of plugins with no way of remembering which plugin does what!

But...but...I have nearly 300 plugins and I know what all of them do! :lol:

Seriously, though, this is some sound advise. Make sure you read descriptions on all the plugins before you download them, then use them a few times to make sure you remember.

 

what I do all summer Emote Cursor Pack 'noob gallery

No, Paint.NET is not spyware...but, installing it is an IQ test. ~BoltBait

Blend modes are like the filling in your sandwich. It's the filling that can change your experience of the sandwich. ~Ego Eram Reputo

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I maintain the Plugin Index & I can't remember all the plugins!

@pdnnoob: If you can remember them all I have a job for you....., boltbait.tongue.png

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I maintain the Plugin Index & I can't remember all the plugins!

@pdnnoob: If you can remember them all I have a job for you....., boltbait.tongue.png

just the ones I've got :lol: and only cuz I use them lol

 

what I do all summer Emote Cursor Pack 'noob gallery

No, Paint.NET is not spyware...but, installing it is an IQ test. ~BoltBait

Blend modes are like the filling in your sandwich. It's the filling that can change your experience of the sandwich. ~Ego Eram Reputo

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What I would suggest is you install the plugin packs by these people to get started: pyrochild, boltbait, madjik, Ed Harvey, Simon B, and dpy

That should get you...a lot of good plugins. If you REALLY need a list of the plugins I use most out of those...nevermind just download all of them :lol:

cool can you send some the links? my browser is messed up lately

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That's EER's Plugin Index boltbait.lol.png

BoltBait is responsible for the indispensible Codelab plugin (amongst many others).

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Pyrochild, Boltbait, Simon B, Red Ochre, Ed Harvey. I know i'm only echoing other posts here, but those packs are the perfect launch pad to start with. Also the Shape 3D plugin is amazing too. :)

I have to say, Paint.NET beats PS hands down for ease of use / appearance and, most importantly, a friendly and easy to navigate forum. :)

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