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This page is added as mini-TOC of Mac information on this Wiki, and a scratch pad for Mac stuff awaiting a home of its own.
 
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== Installing Inkscape ==
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Since version 0.43, the Inkscape deliverable has been a disk image with a properly packaged Mac OS X Bundle -- <code>Inkscape.app</code>. You can simply drag the Inkscape icon to where is most convenient for you, usually your Applications folder or possibly your Desktop. This hardly warrants the grandiose title or style of "installing", but it does mean that un-installing is simple and complete -- just drag the icon to the Trash when you are finished with Inkscape and no longer want it.
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From version 0.44, the disk image will have an alias to the Applications folder, allowing you to very easily drop the Inkscape icon into the most useful place for it, and open that folder so that you can start Inkscape.
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Otherwise start Inkscape by double clicking one of its documents and it will thereafter be available to you in the Dock and fron the "Recent Items" menu-item.
  
 
== See ==
 
== See ==

Revision as of 19:04, 7 May 2006

This page is added as mini-TOC of Mac information on this Wiki, and a scratch pad for Mac stuff awaiting a home of its own.

Installing Inkscape

Since version 0.43, the Inkscape deliverable has been a disk image with a properly packaged Mac OS X Bundle -- Inkscape.app. You can simply drag the Inkscape icon to where is most convenient for you, usually your Applications folder or possibly your Desktop. This hardly warrants the grandiose title or style of "installing", but it does mean that un-installing is simple and complete -- just drag the icon to the Trash when you are finished with Inkscape and no longer want it.

From version 0.44, the disk image will have an alias to the Applications folder, allowing you to very easily drop the Inkscape icon into the most useful place for it, and open that folder so that you can start Inkscape.

Otherwise start Inkscape by double clicking one of its documents and it will thereafter be available to you in the Dock and fron the "Recent Items" menu-item.

See

Links

  • Apple Human Interface Guide These guidelines are designed to assist you in developing products that provide Mac OS X users with a consistent visual and behavioral experience across applications and the operating system.
  • fink A ports system for Mac OS X