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Tartan v1.5.1 (Sept 29, 2018)

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On 8/31/2017 at 1:35 AM, Ego Eram Reputo said:

Actually I'm not sure which branch. The ones who fought the MacGregors (it's a long story - which I don't fully know).

 

Oh! Glenorchy then! :) So, technically you would wear Campbell of Breadalbane if you wanted something different from the standard Black Watch.

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I'm in the processes of updating my plugins with Custom UI to be 'Dark Theme' aware.  Lookie here:

Tartan-Dark.png

I'll be posting these updated versions once paint.net 4.0.20 is released.

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Hi @toe_head2001

 

I'm running into a little problem when using 'Tartan'.  I'm at 125% dpi and it's cutting off some things in the UI.

 

tartan_problem.png

 

The checkbox for 'Use Horizontal set for Vertical' is completely covered up, as you can see above, and the UI doesn't expand.

 

Can this be fixed?  Thank you!

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@toe_head2001  Works great now.

 

I have a question.  I was trying to replicate a pattern I saw on the internet.  This is much harder than I thought.

 

 Referring to your example xml for the wvu-tartan, why is the order of the lines so important?  I see if I change the order of one line, it completely changes the pattern.

 

Can you explain how the plugin goes about placing the lines?

 

Thanks!

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Okay @toe_head2001 ,  I was having a senior moment.

I was trying to figure it out using the example tartan pattern you uploaded in Post #1.

I then realized you cropped the image. (you even stated that you did...duh!)

Once I replicated the pattern using your xml file, I was able to see exactly how this works.

TIP:  Don't get old.  ?

 

Now I should be able to replicate other patterns easily...

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1 hour ago, lynxster4 said:

TIP:  Don't get old.

 

... well get old but not have senior moments ? ( I'm including myself as having those too lynxster')

 

Just started playing with this again and I love the many different results you can get.  Complex yet simple ... simple yet complex

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2 hours ago, welshblue said:

... well get old but not have senior moments ? ( I'm including myself as having those too lynxster')

 

Yeah, I felt really stupid after I realized I spent all weekend trying to figure it out using the cropped image!  ?

No wonder toey didn't reply to my question....he was waiting for me to figure it out myself...

 

2 hours ago, welshblue said:

Just started playing with this again and I love the many different results you can get.

 

I seem to be on a 'sewing' spree and loving it.  It's a welcome break from my stained glass!

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On 11/2/2015 at 12:01 AM, MJW said:

One way to add texture is to use my Texture Shader plugin.

 

*tacklehug* THANK YOU! I have no idea how I missed this before. BTW, using both Noise and Frosted Glass gives kind of a "flannel" effect.

 

Ohboyohboyohboy....

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Thanks, @LionsDragon!

 

(That reminds me to update my comment to include the image that was lost due to the PhotoBucket problems.)

 

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5 hours ago, MJW said:

(That reminds me to update my comment to include the image that was lost due to the PhotoBucket problems.)

 

Thanks, MJW for restoring those images.  ?

 

5 hours ago, LionsDragon said:

using both Noise and Frosted Glass gives kind of a "flannel" effect.

 

I'll have to try that. Thanks, LD!  <3

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