midora Posted March 26, 2014 Share Posted March 26, 2014 Plugin which allows the digital image editor "Paint.NET" to take measurements of an object in the active layer. An object is defined by all pixels inside the selection which are not transparent. Because the selection restricts the detection of an object, you may measure different objects in the active layer. Measured values are area, location, width, height, diagonal, and angles of the bounding rectangle. While the dialog of the effect is open the bounding area of the detected object will be colored in red. The drawing inside of the dialog shows a one bit mask of the detected objected (w/o respecting the aspect ratio). A one bit mask is used because it makes only sense to distinguish between transparent and non-transparent pixels. Transparent pixel means its alpha value is zero. Download Find the latest version >> 1330458607_MeasureObject.Effectv1.5.zip MOD NOTE: The above Plugin Measure Object is no longer compatible with the latest editions of PDN. But another Plugin by this author works the same way: The following example shows which area the plugin detects inside of the selected area: Copyright © 2014 by Martin Osieka, ComSquare AG, Switzerland (www.comsquare.ch)License Free for all users to use it as plugin for of the digital image editor Paint.NET.Installation Unzip "MeasureObject.Effect vX.X.zip" and copy the following files MeasureObject.dll, MeasureObject.dlc into the Effects folder of your Paint.NET installation. A typical location is "C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects". OptionBasedLibrary vY.Y.dll, OptionBasedLibrary vY.Y.dlc into the folder of your Paint.NET installation (not into the Effect folder!). A typical location is "C:\Program Files\Paint.NET". After a restart of Paint.NET you will find the plugin under Menu->Effects->Object.Compatibility Paint.NET 3.5.11 and 4.0BetaSupported languages English, Deutsch You may add your own translation to the .dlc file.Release History 1.5 (26.3.2014) - Added top/left and bottom/right coordinate - Derived from MeasureSelection v1.5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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