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ColorExchange v1.1


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ColorExchange v1.1


This is my first plugin ever! I wanted to know how it would look if you exchanged the values of different colors in a pixel, that's why I wrote this plugin.


What is this?

This plugin takes every pixel and replaces color values inside the pixel. Ever pixel is build from a red, a green, a blue and an alpha value. You choose one of these values and choose, with which value you would like to replace it: Red, Green, Blue, Alpha or Zero (this deletes the color from the pixel).

Here is the UI:





Do you have some example pictures?

Of course! Here is the original:


And this happens when you replace Green with Blue (as shown in the UI):



Why would I need this?

I have absolutely no idea. I just wanted to know how it looks like. Play around with it and produce some crazy pics!


Anything else?

Yes, as this is my first plugin for Paint.NET I have included the source code. If you are a experienced developer, please give feedback!


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Nice effect metobi - or should that be Obi Wan Metobi? :)


There are a number of configurable parameters which you can populate automatically.  Try a header in your source like this:


// Name: ColorExchange
// Author: metobi
// Submenu: Color
// URL: http://www.getpaint.net/redirect/plugins.html
// Title: ColorExchange - © 2013 metobi

Place this just before the line which begins....


#region UICode


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Oooh, interesting.


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