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Illnab1024's Plugins. (v1.1)


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Here is a compilation DLL of all my (major) plugins.

I've tried to reconstruct some of my codelab-made scripts to the best of my abilities into this compilation, although some Icons may be missing. However, all functionality is, so far as I have tested, there. Gradient effect by Boltbait and me was left out due to the fact that it is obsolete.

Included Plugins:
Alpha Mask *
Cutout Effect
Advanced Greyscale
Point Warp Effect
Polar to Rect

Download v1.1 here:

 

MODERATORS NOTE:  This compilation of effects is incompatible with Paint.NET 4.0x

PluginCompilation.zip

These plugins replace the following DLLs in your effects folder:

AdvGrey.dll;
AlphaMask.dll;
CutoutEffect.dll;
PointWarpEffect.dll;
[and] PolarRect.dll (if you have the Polar -> Rect file built under this name).


*Portions of this effect is attributed to Pleska.

v1.1: Placed Alpha Mask in the Object submenu,
Placed Advanced Greyscale in the Photo submenu,
Relocated Strings to a resource file contained within its own namespace.

Source available here;

Source provided in a base64 data stream format for Mozilla Firefox only; use at your own risk.

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Thanks for the plug-in pack Illnab1024, just a quick thought you might want to add to your text that users can delete the multiple .dll files from their effects folder that your new plug-in supersedes. Also what happened to "flip" in this plugin pack.

Geoff

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My suggestion (it is just a friendly suggestion :) ) Is why don't you change the zip file's filename to something more descriptive e.g Illnab1024 effects 1.1? I just think it makes checking if the version available is newer than the one you currently have.

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@Ego Eram Reputo You wouldn't happen to have the source code to this? Reason I'm asking is that the link is broken and I'm curious as to what is Point Warp. I'm guessing it is similar to a g'mic filter under Testing->Joan Rake, and colors are generated using point as reference. Everything else already exists as separate filters and G'MIC QT filters

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