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pyrochild plugins (2017-12-04)

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What can I do? Effect Smudge. Transparent layer. When I do hard work with Smuge, it's dazzled by chessboard pattern.

Is it possible to make another background instead chessboard pattern? Just grey, for example... At least as an option...

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Nuh uh. I'll think about putting it into the next release, but I hesitate to make the dialog any more complex.

If this happened, I would be very grateful! For example, this dog is made full with Smudge effect. It's so stressful for the eyes... cray.gif

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Maybe it will be enough to make one check box "gray background"?!

Edited by xmario

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Is it theoretically possible to have whatever is loaded into the clipboard

as background to the Smudge effect canvas?

If so , then a flattened version of the .pdn file could be put in the clipboard

and the smudging could be done on an object on a transparent layer

with a natural sense of how it fits with the overall image.

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Hi ya,

I am a occasional user of Paint.Net but have always updated when the opportunity arises. I recently updated to Paint.Net 3.5.5

The plugins do not all appear (for example I really want to use the smudge tool but it is not in drop down "effects" in paint.net

I had the smudge tool working well on an earlier version but it is not there now (I have downloaded all the plugins from your link and placed them in the Local disk (C:) > Program Files > Paint.Net > Effects).

What else might I need to do to have the plugins appear?

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Smudge will normally be found in the Tools sub-menu of the Effects menu.

Hi Sarkut, I'm not sure if you are attempting to answer my question about the missing smudge tool. I do know where the smudge tool used to be but like I said it is not there now in the Paint.Net 3.5.5 version.

Edited by Zipit

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Zipit,

Yes. In some previous Paint.NET versions Smudge was found in Distorts, now in Tools.

Pls. check in Utilities to see if there are any plugin load errors.

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Zipit,

Yes. In some previous Paint.NET versions Smudge was found in Distorts, now in Tools.

Pls. check in Utilities to see if there are any plugin load errors.

Thanks Sarkut for the tip about Utilities. Unfortunately it only helped confirm what I expected :

"File: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects\Smudge.dll

Effect Name: pyrochild.effects.smudge.Smudge

Full error message: This plugin is incompatible with this version of Paint.NET."

Is it possible to get a smudge tool on Paint.Net 3.5.5? Perhaps I need to return to an earlier version of Paint.Net?

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Current plugin is compatible with current Paint.NET.

Did you copy over a fresh pyrochild.effects.REQUIRED.dll

to the Effects folder along with the plugin files?

Pls. open your Paint.NET\Effects folder, and make a full-screen screenshot showing

folder contents and the full path to the folder in the Windows Explorer Address Bar.

Upload to an image host, and post the Direct Link URL here.

http://imageshack.us/

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Current plugin is compatible with current Paint.NET.

Did you copy over a fresh pyrochild.effects.REQUIRED.dll

to the Effects folder along with the plugin files?

Pls. open your Paint.NET\Effects folder, and make a full-screen screenshot showing

folder contents and the full path to the folder in the Windows Explorer Address Bar.

Upload to an image host, and post the Direct Link URL here.

http://imageshack.us/

Done B)

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I don't know if it will help, but the pyrochild.effects.common.dll

isn't needed any more, so it can be deleted.

Delete that and restart Paint.NET, see if it makes a difference.

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I don't know if it will help, but the pyrochild.effects.common.dll

isn't needed any more, so it can be deleted.

Delete that and restart Paint.NET, see if it makes a difference.

Thanks Sarkut,

I decided to uninstall Paint.Net 3.5.5 ( I had trouble deleting "pyrochild.effects.common.dll" ) and delete the Paint.Net folder from Program Files and start over.

I downloaded Paint.Net 3.5.5 and dropped the bundle of plugins into my Local Disk (C:) > Program Files > Paint.Net > Effects.

Now I have no plugin errors and smudge appears under "Effects" > "Tools" as you mentioned.

Happier Paint.Net user here :D

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i downloaded this plugin pack unziped and put in the right folder and now when i go use any of my plugins even the ones not in this pack i get an error and i have the most recent version of paint.net but if i take out pyrochild.effects.REQUIRED.dll i can use most of my old plugins and some of the ones from this pack with out it crashing any ideas?

Edited by imperlast

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i downloaded this plugin pack unziped and put in the right folder and now when i go use any of my plugins even the ones not in this pack i get an error...

What error? You have to be more specific.

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