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TR's Dodge and Burn (Blur and Sharpen)(Feb 25th, 2015) Re-Posted


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When zooming in on a large image / canvas, is there any keyboard shortcuts in order to move around the image ? When I zoom in close on an image there doesn't seem to be a way to pan around it.

Right Click and drag image around - If you forget theres some instructions at the bottom

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TR, do you think it would be possible to apply the effect on a transparent layer?

It's an adjustment brush - all effects modify an image. The Dodge and Burn use a color matrix and all the others are Built-in PDN adjustments  applied in brush form.

 

As Billie Preston once said, "nothing from nothing leaves nothing, you gotta have something"

 

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Version 1.3.15+ Ready for Download


ColorBlend and Luminosity Modes suggested by Pratyush


 


These Modes are inspired by a famous Photography Shop program.


Color Blend Replaces Hue and Saturation without affecting Lightness


Luminosity Replaces Lightness without affecting Hue and Saturation


 


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Hello. I finally wanted to try this plugin out. Unfortunately, I've run into a few problems.
I'm not sure how the plugin is supposed to normally work, so maybe some of these things are fine.

- The UI control area seems to be cut off on my screen. I think I can see the edge of it a little in the upper right.

 

http://s5.postimg.org/6l1qkh0pj/TRDodge_Burn_Whereis_UI.jpg

- When I clicked to at least see what would paint, nothing happened. Not sure if I need to select an effect first, like burn or dodge, but since I can't see the control area I can't do that.

- When I "Restore Down" the window isn't an adjustable scalable window.

 

 

Some of my Display details :
My computer monitor's native resolution is 1920 x 1080.
I have my computer's "Display" setting to Medium - 125%.

 

http://s5.postimg.org/7foa6i8k7/Windows_7_Display_125.png

 

My PC Specs :

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Application paint.net 4.0.6 (Final 4.6.5693.28)
Build Date Monday, August 03, 2015

Hardware accelerated rendering (GPU) True
Animations False
DPI 120.00 (1.25x scale)
Language en-US

OS Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601.65536)
.NET Runtime 4.0.30319.34209
Physical Memory 1,790 MB

CPU AMD Athlon II X2 215 Processor
Architecture x86 (32-bit)
Process Mode 32-bit
Speed ~2700 MHz
Cores / Threads 2
Features DEP, SSE, SSE2, SSE3

Video Card AMD 760G
Dedicated Video RAM 253 MB
Dedicated System RAM 0 MB
Shared System RAM 639 MB
Vendor ID 0x1002
Device ID 0x9616
Subsystem ID 0x360017AA
Revision 0
LUID 0x00008FF5
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 When I clicked to at least see what would paint, nothing happened. Not sure if I need to select an effect first, like burn or dodge, but since I can't see the control area I can't do that.

 

Increase the exposure then Click and drag - Every subsequent pass will increase the effect

 

 

 

 

My computer monitor's native resolution is 1920 x 1080.

I have my computer's "Display" setting to Medium - 125%

I'm going to have to borrow my sons screen for testing.

Look for an update soon

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I tested at 1920 x 1080 at 125% but I could not reproduce that effect. I made an educated change (a guess) tell me if it worked.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kviswtmk7ftcglo/cc4f.png?raw=1

 

 

Version 1.3.18+ tested to 192 DPI at 1920 x 1080

Ready for download.

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Hello TR,

 

My issue with this plugin is that it seems to render slow on my computer. For instance, when I use the blur function, there are a few second delays before it does the blurring on the selected area. I seem to have experienced slow rendering issues with some of your plugins that I tried, one of which is the Bokeh plugin I have told you about last year. It has to do with some of your rendering algorithm perhaps? 

 

I use a low spec netbook machine. Its specs are :

 

Windows 8.1

2GB RAM

Processor Intel® Atom CPU N2600   @ 1.60GHz, 1600 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
 
If there's anything you can do to improve the rendering speed of your plugins for machines with specs comparable to mine, that would be greatly appreciated as that would mean better usability of your plugins for low end computers as well.
 
This happens on low resolution images as well.
 
Thank you.
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