Spalah Flash is a GTK2/GNOME2 based application for generating Macromedia SWF and W3C SVG animations.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Graphics Conversion Editors Vector-Based|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The structure of the program was rewritten. It allows the user to import an SVG file in the current document, create many views of one document, and open several documents. The program was also divided into "visible", "invisible", and "swf" parts. A new "Fit_Text_to_Path" feature was added. Support for text nodes was improved. IMAGE node support was added (in the editor). Rulers were added. Testing on the "W3C SVG testsuite" has begun.
Release Notes: This version features animation (x, y, width, and height) SVG to SWF, scene enhancements, the ability to zoom (in, out, 1:1, and to fit), a timeline, the ability to play SWF movies, and the support node types LINE and TEXT.
No changes have been submitted for this release.