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Just a quick question here. I know photoshop has the ability to do blending styles and stuff by using the fx button in the layers window thingy and wondered if Paint.NET would have that abilty soon and if so could you use blending styles exported from Photoshop in Paint.net as I ahve a style I use for text headings on my website whcih was made in photoshop but prefer to use paint.net for graphics but that is the only thing stopping me at the time being.

I couldn;t search for this as I didn;t know the proper search term or name for it.

Thanks

Regards,

Neil

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Maybe try speak to the people that actually develop Paint.net? (not being sarcastic there) If you read the roadmap. they're already starting on PdN ver 4.0 which is gonna be a major "re-do". So maybe they'll consider it.

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"They" is actually "He" - only one guy working on the program. Tom Jackson steps in sometimes, but for the most part, it's all Rick Brewster.

And I think someone has already suggested a plugin-based blend mode system...

 

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