Release Notes: A security bug was fixed. Some major bugs causing crashes when using extensions or the filters editor were fixed. A bug affecting the outline mode was fixed. Inkscape can now be built on platforms with new versions of the Poppler library (0.20 and higher). Relative path names can be used again on the commandline for EPS/PS and other file types handled by script extensions. Basque, Belarusian, French, anUkrainian UI translations have been updated.
Release Notes: This release adds a new Gaussian Blur SVG filter. This allows you to softly and naturally blur any Inkscape objects, and enables a wide range of photorealistic effects such as shading, drop shadows, glows, etc. A history dialog allows you to browse your change history. There have been performance improvements to rendering speed, on the order of 2-3% in general. Compositing quality is also improved through the removal of banding seen in gradients.
Release Notes: This bugfix version fixed some crashes on Windows and Mac OS X along with packaging issues.
Release Notes: New features include the Layers dialog, support for clipping and masking, improved PDF export with transparency, configurable keyboard shortcuts, an innovative "node sculpting" capability in the Node tool, and the Outline mode. Significant gains were achieved in performance, especially in screen rendering and the Node tool. Noticeable user interface changes include docked color swatches, an interactive style indicator in the statusbar, a redesigned preferences dialog, a text toolbar, and new icons.
Release Notes: Connectors were added. Inkboard networked collaborative editing was implemented using Jabber. Tablet pressure and tilt sensitivity are now supported. Node editing was improved. New extensions include envelope distortion, whirling, and adding nodes. Precision was improved. Limits were expanded. Usability was improved. Several bugfixes were made. SVG compliance was enhanced with support for the viewBox element.
Release Notes: New features include flowed text, text selection, a gradient tool, effects, color swatches, colored clones, tile tracing, grid arrangement, baseline alignment, unclumping, better PS/EPS export, command line SVG analysis, better SVG/CSS compliance, Mac OS X support, and more.
Release Notes: Color and grayscale tracing for converting bitmaps to vector graphics has been added along with the new clone tiler, a way to create patterns, tessellations, and many other arrangements. Management of length units was cleaned up, extended, and centralized. The px user unit of SVG is now fully supported and has been made the default. Translations were updated, and many bugfixes and internationalization updates were made. The Windows version received much attention.
Release Notes: New features include layers, bitmap tracing, text-on-path, improved freehand and calligraphy tools, many new status bar tips, better PNG and EPS support, randomized stars, document templates, and more. There are several new tutorials, usability improvements, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The most important change in this release is the switch to the Pango library for font handling and Unicode support. A lot of work also went into new SVG features, export/import, UI, and usability. This includes adding markers (arrowheads), pattern tiles, RDF metadata, tons of bugfixes, and lots of other enhancements.
Release Notes: This release fixes 135 bugs. It also adds kerning on text, a multistop gradient editor, improved font detection, improved path functions, polygon adjustments on the secondary tool bar, built-in compound document support, more icons, better translations, more tutorials, and some clipart. It also fixes the save dialog, makes handles more visible, implements canvas autoscrolling, and improves cut-and-paste.