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Inkscape 1.1.1 Released

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The Inkscape development team has been hard at work fixing bugs and making Inkscape more stable. We're happy to announce the release of Inkscape 1.1.1 and are grateful for each contribution that makes Inkscape better and available to more people. Thank you to those who donate to the project and those who made this release possible. See what changes have been made in this maintenance release and download it now by visiting: Inkscape 1.1.1 Download Page

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Inkscape 1.1.1 Best Linux Graphic editor Released

  • Inkscape 1.1.1 Best Linux Graphic editor Released

    In the new version, the “Line-to-Path” function has been improved so that it works again on text and the ID of an object is no longer lost when undoing. The Object-to-Path feature has been improved so that it acts on an object with a live path effect when undone without undoing the previous action. In addition, the screen has been improved so that it no longer blurs when the window is moved from a HiDPI display to a non-HiDPI display.

Free Vector Drawing App ‘Inkscape’ 1.1.1 Added Numerous Bug...

  • Free Vector Drawing App ‘Inkscape’ 1.1.1 Added Numerous Bug-fixes!

    The free open-source vector drawing app Inkscape 1.1 got its first maintenance update. Users are recommended to upgrade!

    Thanks to the upstream GTK+3 fix, pressure sensitivity works again on Windows ink devices in Inkscape 1.1.1. And, the release includes many other general fixes, such as Stroke to Path works on text again; Saving no longer leaks memory; improve startup time on Windows; Canvas no longer blurred when moving window from HiDPI to a regular display; Click to select objects; Caps lock no longer stops some shortcut keys from working on Windows.

    By clicking on a resizing separator (aka three-dots) of a docked dialog will now toggle dock visibility. The the “Font features” tab now load faster so it don’t freeze. And the transparency is now respected when applying the Fast Crop filter.

Install Inkscape 1.1.1 in Ubuntu / LinuxMint / Debian

  • Install Inkscape 1.1.1 in Ubuntu / LinuxMint / Debian

    This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to install Inkscape 1.1.1 in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 19.10, Ubuntu 18.04, Debian, and LinuxMint 20.1.

    Inkscape is a free and open-source professional vector graphics editor software that runs on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows desktop computers.

    It is suitable for illustrators and web designers and it is an alternative to Adobe Illustrator. It supports many SVG features (markers, alpha blending, clones, etc..) and is easy to use.

Weekly-ish recap — 6 October 2021: Inkscape 1.1.1

  • Weekly-ish recap — 6 October 2021: Inkscape 1.1.1

    The team finally released the first update to Inkscape v1.1. It comes mainly with bug fixes — a lot of them, in fact — so you’d do yourself a big favor by upgrading.

    And yes, I know I’m preaching to the choir with this, but the excitement is still strong witrh Martin’s ongoing work on pages support.

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