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Inkscape 0.48.1 released!

ScislaC (827506) writes | more than 3 years ago

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ScislaC (827506) writes "This version of the SVG-based vector graphics editor contains over 80 bug fixes as well as improves stability and performance on all platforms. Check out the release notes for a brief summary about what has changed, view the milestone page for a comprehensive list of fixed bugs, or just jump right to downloading your copy for Windows, OSX Leopard & Snow Leopard, or Others."

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Props to Inkscape (1)

Bozzio (183974) | more than 3 years ago | (#35383022)

I love that tool!

If it weren't for Inkscape I'd have no graphics at all in my wii homebrew projects.

I'm no imaging wiz, but I found Inkscape to be very usuable and powerful (for the kind of art I was looking for).

Congrats on the new release!

Inkscape comes with awesome tutorials (1)

gr8dude (832945) | more than 3 years ago | (#35403828)

In the past I used tools from Corel to cover my graphics-related needs. One day I decided to switch to software which is open source, free as in beer, or software that I have a license for.

That's how I stumbled upon Inkscape. If you are a beginner, I strongly recommend you to go through the tutorials provided with Inkscape itself. Go to Help\Tutorials, then read and TRY everything they write about.

The interesting part about the tutorials is that they are just SVG files, so you can play with the sample shapes and try things on the spot; everything is fully interactive.

These tutorials helped me understand Inkscape's approach to getting things done, learn the hotkeys, etc. Whoever created those tutorials deserves a lot of credit.

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