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New Inkscape release!!

By theobroma
Published: Dec 2 2004

Inkscape is proud to announce their release 0.40. "Inkscape is an open source SVG editor with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, Visio, etc. Supported SVG features include basic shapes, paths, text, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, node editing, svg-to-png export, grouping, and more."

This release has three major new capabilities: Layers, Text-on-Path, and Bitmap tracing. In addition, there are many minor features, a number of usability enhancements, three new tutorials, and hundreds of bug fixes. This is by far the most feature-packed release the project has had. Click here to view some screenshots.

Take a quick tour of the major new features in this article. For more details, see the Release Notes.

Read an interview with one of the main developers behind Inkscape, Bryce Harrington posted in November on dot.kde.org.

Download Inkscape 0.40 here.



 by 18volt on: Dec 8 2004
Score 50%

Is Inkscape at QT native? Ive been looking for a good QT vector drawing program, Im using Sodipodi right now and I like it but its very unstable for me

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 Re: Inkscape

 by Yaba on: Dec 8 2004
Score 50%

No. Inkscape is written with the GTK2 toolkit.

To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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 Like Inkscape

 by Rendergraf on: Dec 9 2004
Score 50%
http://www.x avieraraque. com

For my it is the best thing than to designed for linux, it is a true
tool of design, has novel tools that with no other application
were well-known, Integra a fabulous philosophy of design, when
incorporating multiple transparencies (ALPHA), that causes that Inkscape is
novel, in addition I feel as and satisfied with Inkscape, also I see
in inkscape is going to change that "tabu" on similar applications, by
my long experience and which I saw grow to other programs I can say
much of Inkscape, congratulations to those who work in the development
of this tool of work

Atte. Xavier Araque "Rendergraf"
San Cristobal - Venezuela
Linux Táchira

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 highly reccomend .40

 by AndyFitz on: Dec 17 2004
Score 50%

The .40 release has alot of fixes behind the scene.

I've recently visited pjrm and njh of the development team. notably pjrm has fixed a bloat problem where recently ungrouped objects from an altered group are given a transform matrix ontop of their node coords. now it just translates back to node coords removing the bloat in your xml and also helping your works parse properly in rsvg

Andy Fitzsimon (andyfitz@gmail.com)

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