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Rainbow Twist Colors (ymd:170720)

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Rainbow twist Colors Effect Plugin

Rainbowtwist1.jpg

 

What's this?

This effect is an (r)evolution of the RainbowRadial.cs provided with the CodeLab.

This is quite similar to the Radial Colors

http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=7181

 

 

How does it works?

The effect uses the formulas based on sinusoid curves to define and mix in a rainbow twist the three basic color Red, Green, Blue.

 

 

The User interface

This plugin is added to the menu Effects, submenu Texture.

Rainbowtwist_UI.png

...Brightness / Contrast: affect the colors

...Radius: Set the radius of the twist.

...Origine: X/Y offset of the center.

...Color mode: Choose between 4 modes

-Rainbow S

-Rainbow T

-Sweet Candy

-level of Grey

 

 

Download the DLL

Plugin RainbowTwist.dll

ar.pngHere is the DLLal.png

 

 

The MadJik's All plugins package is available !

http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=7186

 

 

How to install?

Close Paint.net

Unzip and place the DLL in your Effect folder usually: C:/Program Files/Paint.NET/Effects

 

Examples

Sweet Candy

Rainbowtwist2.jpg

 

Using blur + layers blend mode

Rainbowtwist3.jpg

 

 

Enjoy the colors!

Edited by MadJik
New simplier UI and rehosted images
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Just a sugestion, cause your plugin window is waaaay to tall, on the gui maker move half the height to the side, so that it would be a large window instead of a tall one...

other than that this plugin is very good... Nice work :mtdew::mtdew:

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Just a sugestion, cause your plugin window is waaaay to tall, on the gui maker move half the height to the side, so that it would be a large window instead of a tall one...

other than that this plugin is very good... Nice work :mtdew::mtdew:

Have you even tried it? If you have, you'd know that it has a scrollbar. PdN's new property-based effect system doesn't allow for that level of control over your dialog boxes.

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That is an enormous user interface ... :shock: ... isn't there some way to simplify it and still keep the important functionality?

Am I missing some existing functionnality to reduce this UI using IndirectUI?

It will be a huge work to rewrite it with a window form...

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Am I missing some existing functionnality to reduce this UI using IndirectUI?

It will be a huge work to rewrite it with a window form...

aren't you using Visual Studio? cause the gui editor does allow re-arrange of the window.

@pyro: come on man... do you really think I didn't try it? I do KNOW that it has a scroll bar, even MadJik told me that when I mentioned the window hugeness...

Don't bite... I'll bite back :D

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Am I missing some existing functionnality to reduce this UI using IndirectUI?

It will be a huge work to rewrite it with a window form...

aren't you using Visual Studio? cause the gui editor does allow re-arrange of the window.

/.../

Yes I am using VS2008 express, but without the gui editor!

That's the great advantage with this version of paint.net and the IndirectUI features.

As Pyro said "PdN's new property-based effect system doesn't allow for that level of control over your dialog boxes."

It will be for a next version... :roll:

For now you could use the short UI version... See first post!

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Yes I am using VS2008 express, but without the gui editor!

That's the great advantage with this version of paint.net and the IndirectUI features.

As Pyro said "PdN's new property-based effect system doesn't allow for that level of control over your dialog boxes."

It will be for a next version... :roll:

For now you could use the short UI version... See first post!

I'm quite fine with the long one, I do have a nice monitor. I was just thinking globally, but whatever, if the IndirectUI doesn't allow that's as much as you can do and I'm fine with it...

And one more thing how's VS2008 doing? Is it better than 2007 (obviously :D)

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