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  • 4 weeks later...

evanolds:

I know I've been bugging you with the reshape/matt plugin :P

And you are busy :?

Let me ask if this is possible....Can the Hue action---Fade have a radial option as well? be sides the V & H now.

Thanks for your time :)

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  • 2 weeks later...

Dang...i love the idea of the plugin but i cant seem to understand how to use it.... ugh... well i think im getting it....but in still confused coz i dunno how to choose which part to change the color :(( can someone help me?

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Try the plugin on this image.

1078187b.jpg

3d58ff6a.jpg

You need to change the range on the color wheel.

And you should see what color range gets adjusted.

Hope this helps.

If you have more questions. Let me know :)

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Is it possible to use this plugin to select portions of an image based on their matching of the desired hue/saturation ranges? If so, this plugin (or a modified version) could be used to extract otherwise difficult areas for putting on different backgrounds etc?

Can anyone please explain if this is possible, and if so - how? :)

Thanks!

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1.Dup the pic on another layer.

2. Use the plugin on the pic.

3. Set "Lightness action" to ADD or SET @ -100

4. Adjust so you get all the colors you want black color.

5. Magic wand the black color area.

6. Switch back to the other copy of your pic.

7. And you will see the area you want is selected.

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  • 4 weeks later...

im so mad. im trying to use this plugin, but everytime i download the first thing it tell you to download it asks me with what program i would like to use it with.. so i dont k know where to go from there, i chose paindotnet and it says it cant open it... uh..

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The color circle on the right side shows all the possible colors in the image. Then there's the pie-slice shaped wedge with a thick black border. All the colors in that pie slice will be affected by the plugin.

To change the size and position of the pie slice, you can use the sliders labeled "Hue Range," or click on the wheel itself. Left-clicking on the wheel will set one side, and right-clicking will set the other side. Look for the black border around the outside to know which section is the selected section and which part is outside the pie slice.

Once you have the colors you want to change inside the slice, the controls on the left function the same as the built-in Hue / Saturation plugin, but they will only affect the range of color that is visible inside the slice on the right.

Does that explanation help clarify things?

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This is just a suggestion for the creator of this. Could you make a "conditional black and white" or something like that? You know you just select what hue range you want then you can turn it black and white and you can adjust the saturation on it, etc.

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You know you just select what hue range you want then you can turn it black and white and you can adjust the saturation on it, etc.

1. You already can turn the range black or white.

2. No, you can not adjust saturation for black or white.

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I just downloaded this plugin, and I'm having problems getting it to load. I keep getting the warning - "This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Associations control panel."

1st - Where is this control panel?

2nd - Is there something I did wrong, or something else I'm supposed to do first?

I'm not computer illiterate, but I'm no expert either.

Any, and all help would be greatly appreciated.

I have a new computer, with Vista Home Premium, and it is WELL beyond all minimum requirements for the Paint.Net program. I downloaded the newest version (3.01), and have been using it, so I know the program is there, and does work. My problem is with downloading this plugin.

Thanks again,

Wolfe

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I just downloaded this plugin, and I'm having problems getting it to load. I keep getting the warning - "This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Associations control panel."

1st - Where is this control panel?

2nd - Is there something I did wrong, or something else I'm supposed to do first?

I'm not computer illiterate, but I'm no expert either.

Any, and all help would be greatly appreciated.

I have a new computer, with Vista Home Premium, and it is WELL beyond all minimum requirements for the Paint.Net program. I downloaded the newest version (3.01), and have been using it, so I know the program is there, and does work. My problem is with downloading this plugin.

Thanks again,

Wolfe

Please read this page:

http://boltbait.googlepages.com/install

It will tell you how things should be set up.

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