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Printing rotated/in an angle image - without rotating the image itself ?


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Hi

I want to print an image rotated in some angles.

however I don't want to rotate the picture it self since then

the canvas and other size parameter changes.

is there any plugin out there that can print

the image rotated at an angle i choose ?

and resize it too.

i have tried to use the advance rotation plugins but they don't enlarge the canvas

and the picture goes out the edges.

i'm talking about A4 size picture.

any external image print driver/software ?

thank you

Avi

p.s.

i guess that it wont be a part of Paint.Net , even that it would be a cool thingy.

p.s. 2

i have tried xnview but it does not read PDN and worse it adds this black color

as the canvas.

p.s.3

rotation plugins only work on the selected layer and not all PDN itself and it must be flatten

1st so we are back to the rotation problem plugins.

"DDAP=Don't Drink And Post!" :-)

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Make the canvas bigger. Large enough to house the image when rotated at any angle.

Now when you rotate the image within the canvas, the size won't change.

Print it by centering it on an a4 page.

PS3: Plugins ONLY work on the active layer. Flatten the image in one go with Ctrl + Shift + F.

The only plugin that handles printing is this one Printer+. I don't recall it doing rotations - could be wrong.

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I want to print an image rotated in some angles.

however I don't want to rotate the picture it self since then

the canvas and other size parameter changes.

Sorry, but I'm having a hard time trying to understand what you're trying to accomplish. Am I to understand that you have layers of images, and you wish to print only one of these after it has been rotated?

Aside from this, don't forget everything you do in paint.net is essentially recorded as shown on the history panel. Make whatever adjustments you wish and to undo any or all click somewhere back in the history to a particular state the image was in previously.

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Hi

10x for the answers.

I guess that your answers and questions pored some light on the answer i was looking for,

but i guess that the rest is kind of a wishful thinking on my part .

maybe some one would pick this clove of creating a printer plugin/software/driver that does it by it self ?.........

Avi

"DDAP=Don't Drink And Post!" :-)

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