RpD Posted December 23, 2011 Share Posted December 23, 2011 Hi... Is there a way in Paint.NET itself (or... a plugin) to add text with a blocked out background (in one step)? In other words... so I don't have to draw a filled square, rectangle, etc., first... before I add text on top of it. Is this post good enough to make suggestion for such a feature (does author read this)? One could, perhaps, simply add a tool option (similar to the rectangle/etc option to draw outline, filled, or filled with outlline)... for text to have a background (please? . Or can someone create a plugin to do so? (Shall I post separately for a suggestion for Paint.NET to use the Windows 7 print options for printing multiple files to a single sheet? When I click Print... Win7 gives the options, but no matter what multi-pic format is selected, only the currently displayed picture is shown/printed. I would like for Paint.NET to supply currently open pics to the multi-pic format... if 2x2 (four pic) format is selected, then the first open four pics would be arrayed. Then it would be nice to be able to re-arrange the order of pics in the Paint.NET menubar.) Thanks for any info. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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