Difference between revisions of "Release notes/0.47"

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The windows builds of inkscape now have Windows-native file dialogs to keep consistency with other windows applications.
 
The windows builds of inkscape now have Windows-native file dialogs to keep consistency with other windows applications.
  
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=Import/Export=
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==Corel DRAW files import==
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Now Inkscape can import more Corel DRAW files of following types:
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* Corel DRAW Compressed Exchange files (CCX)
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* Corel DRAW 7-13 Template files (CDT)
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* Corel DRAW Presentation Exchange files (CMX)
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Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.
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==sK1 files import==
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Inkscape uses UniConvertor to import sK1 files. Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.
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==CGM import==
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Inkscape uses UniConvertor to import Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) files. Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.
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=User interface=
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==Masks and clipping paths==
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[johan]
  
 
= Previous releases =
 
= Previous releases =

Revision as of 16:46, 26 February 2008

Inkscape 0.47

(not released yet)

User Interface

Native File Dialogs for Windows

The windows builds of inkscape now have Windows-native file dialogs to keep consistency with other windows applications.

Import/Export

Corel DRAW files import

Now Inkscape can import more Corel DRAW files of following types:

  • Corel DRAW Compressed Exchange files (CCX)
  • Corel DRAW 7-13 Template files (CDT)
  • Corel DRAW Presentation Exchange files (CMX)

Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.

sK1 files import

Inkscape uses UniConvertor to import sK1 files. Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.

CGM import

Inkscape uses UniConvertor to import Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) files. Text objects are not supported as of UniConvertor 1.1.1.

User interface

Masks and clipping paths

[johan]

Previous releases