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currently ive been tryin to use "BannedStory" in paint but its not workin out... :(

i was suppose to use adobe photoshop but it was lik expensive..-.-" so im tryin to use paint instead

and i was wonderin if anyone can help me find dis "Scripts" thingy :3

btw these were da steps i was suppose to follow if i had photoshop:

Generate (Adobe JavaScript Code)

Generates an Adobe JavaScript code for your character settings. The generated code is only for the VISIBLE FRAME only. Here is the list of steps you have to follow for it to work:

1) First choose which state and which frame you want to generate.

2) Press the Generate button from the Adobe JavaScript Code section.

3) Copy the code that appears in the text box.

4) Open Notepad (a text editor), and paste the code there.

5) In the 'File' menu, choose 'Save As...'.

6) In the 'Type' box, choose the last option (it should be something like 'All files' or 'Any type').

7) In the 'Name' box, write whatever name PLUS the following: .jsx (dot jsx)

8) Press OK and close the file.

9) Now in Photoshop, go to File > Scripts > Browse...

10) Locate the file you just created in Notepad.

11) Enjoy!

The code is automatically selected after pressing the button. Copy the code and paste it in any text editor. For now, the code only loads your character and pet, it does not apply the color filters for the skin or hair style.

Important: This code was only tested in Photoshop CS2, running over Windows XP. If you are using another OS and the code does'nt work, try changing the value of the first variable in the code (simPath), with the path where the root folder of the simulator is.

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The only thing that is remotely related to scripting is CodeLab which allows you to code plugins specifically for Paint.NET.

Beyond this suggestion I'm lost. You must remember that PDN is only a graphics editor for the moment and that CodeLab is as close as you're going to get to coding for/in PDN.

Hope this helps.

EDIT: is it me or is this topic a bit dodgy looking Forumer-wise?

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The only thing that is remotely related to scripting is CodeLab which allows you to code plugins specifically for Paint.NET.

Beyond this suggestion I'm lost. You must remember that PDN is only a graphics editor for the moment and that CodeLab is as close as you're going to get to coding for/in PDN.

Hope this helps.

EDIT: is it me or is this topic a bit dodgy looking Forumer-wise?

sumwut... *koff koff*

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Yes, click the link and check out rule number 2:

2) You must make sense. Tiping lyk thz iz n0t kewl.

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