Wednesday, December 26, 2012

MC2 Post 1480 An Updated Inkscape 0.48.4-1 for Windows 7

Inkscape is an open-source graphics editor for Windows computers. It features a very comprehensible user interface that makes it easy to edit nodes, perform complex path operations, trace bitmaps, etc. This free software includes many of the features found in CorelDraw and Illustrator.



Even with my new tablet  (Google Nexus 7 16GB) 

and new stylus
(Targus for iPad, iPhone, iPod) -- 

Nobody makes stuff 'just for Nexus' Yet...

I prefer using Inkscape for Drawing in the Windows Desktop.
I've gotten pretty comfortable using the Mouse to draw with too!

A bigger surface to move in Helps too.





Official Release Packages

Stable release 0.48.4 intended for production use is available:

    Source Tarball — .gz See README to install, or Compiling Inkscape for troubleshooting help.
    Source Tarball Bzip — .bz2 See README to install, or Compiling Inkscape for troubleshooting        help.
    Ubuntu Software Centre has a one-click install for Inkscape.
    Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard — Universal .dmg (requires Apple's X11/Xquartz 2.3.4 or higher)
    Windows — installer, portable, 7zip

Download any of the above (as well as .sig files and previous releases) at the Sourceforge Downloads page, or through your distro's update capabilities.

Please let us know about packages for other platforms or distributions, and we will add them as we receive information.


Christmas Gift Cards-- Barnes and Noble, and Google Play:

Or Just a "couple of Apps" short of Nirvana...

Or at least the Rolling Stones (Beast of Burden), and Dr. Seuss' The Grinch that Stole Christmas ( yeah, the kid book), Three Programming Apps: DeuterIDE, DevPad and AIDE, all for Android of course

And just added Wired Jan 2013 digital issue

Gee That was EZ... 

Barnes and Noble





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