Version 0.92.5 of Inkscape has been released. This open source and cross platform program is for editing bewerken vector graphics. It shares similarities with programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand and Xara X, but the big difference is that Inkscape works with Scalable Vector Graphics, an open standard developed by the W3C. The implementation of SVG is, however, incomplete. Furthermore, version 1.0, which has been in development for over a year, has arrived at the first release candidate. The release notes for both releases can be found below.
Inkscape 0.92.5 released and Testers needed for Inkscape 1.0 Release Candidate
While we are working to release Inkscape 1.0 in the very near future, we have addressed some bugs in the stable 0.92 series. Most notably, an issue for Windows 10 users that prevented Inkscape from discovering fonts that have not been installed system-wide has now been fixed. Inkscape extensions written in Python will now also run with Python 3, while compatibility with the (deprecated) Python 2 is maintained.
Call for Testing the 1.0 Release Candidate
Inkscape 1.0 will mark a major milestone for the project. This upcoming release is loaded with features and polish! you can find a draft of the release notes that lists all the goodies in our Wiki.
For macOS, the 1.0 will feature the easiest installation and best macOS integration that Inkscape has ever offered. There are, however, unique issues that will require additional testing and improvement for our Apple fans.
Please get involved by downloading and testing the Release Candidate for Linux, Windows and macOS.
If you run into any bugs, especially with the Release Candidate, please help us by reporting them promptly, so we can try to fix them before we release the final 1.0 version.
|0.92.5 / 1.0 RC
|Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10