Release notes/0.36/fr

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Inkscape version 0.36 "Son utilisation ? Un jeu d'enfant"

Ceci est la deuxième version d'Inkscape et une quantité énorme de travail a été produite sur le projet. Beaucoup de patchs et d'idées qui 'étaient dans l'air' ont été appliqués au code source. Inkscape est maintenant plus facile d'utilisation, avec une interface moins complexe et plus intuitive.

En bref

  • L'interface graphique a été significativement modifiée.
  • L'utilisabilité des boîtes de dialogue, des raccourcis clavier et de la souris a été améliorée.
  • Support préliminaire des groupes de calques, les marqueurs de chemin et des modules d'extension.
  • Une quantité bien plus importante de documentation utilisateur et développeur : doxygen, docbook, page man, wiki, diagrammes et bien plus encore.
  • Beaucoup de corrections de bogues, de petites améliorations et d'ajustements de l'utilisabilité.

Ce qu'est Inkscape

L'application Inkscape est un éditeur SVG libre (open source) avec des possibilités similaires à Illustrator, CorelDraw, Visio, etc. Les formes basiques, les chemins, le texte, la transparence, les transformations, les dégradés, l'édition de noeuds, l'export du svg en png, les groupes font partie des nombreuses fonctionnalités supportées du SVG.


  • CSDI interface has been traded for an SDI one: Now each document window has its own menubar at the top and its own detachable toolbar at left. This increases Inkscape's compliance with the GNOME HIG and decreases confusion for the majority of users.
  • A secondary (horizontal) detachable toolbar is introduced for operations and controls specific to each tool. At the moment this toolbar is mostly empty but we have big plans on how to fill it with all kinds of useful things for convenient access.
  • Dialogs now always stay on top of the document window (even if you have several document windows open). They are easy to open or activate (using shortcuts displayed in their title bars), close (Ctrl+w), or defocus (Esc). Moreover, dialogs remember their size and position across sessions.
  • Nouvelles commandes : Paste style (apply the style of the copied object to the current selection), Fit page width to window.
  • Introductory layers support. There is now code in the code base to start handling layers. GUI elements to follow - watch this slot!
  • Arrowhead and marker support. A much requested feature which increases the usability of Inkscape for everyday tasks.
  • Using mouse is now less painful thanks to the increased mouse tolerance (you don't have to be exactly over an object to grab it) and introduced drag tolerance (very small drags, which are usually accidental, are now considered clicks and do not move anything).
  • Undo is now unlimited (that is, limited only by available memory).
  • Lots of new keyboard shortcuts. Notably, Esc now consistently deselects, cancels selection, and cancels drag or transformation of any kind (so far only in selector and node edit). Arrows, Ctrl+a, and Tab/Shift+Tab act on nodes in node editor exactly as they do on objects in Selector. There are at least two ways to activate each tool, one with an F<number> key (Corel Draw style) and another with a single letter (Adobe Illustrator style). Space toggles between Selector and your current tool. Dialogs are consistently activated by Ctrl-Shift-<letter> combinations.
  • There's no lower limit on the size of exported PNGs anymore. You can use Inkscape to create even 1x1 PNG images.
  • The standard xml:space attribute on text objects is now honored. For newly created objects it has the value of "preserve" which means all whitespace characters are shown exactly as typed.
  • Enhanced modules system. Now modules can be defined using external files so no C coding is required for an extension.
  • Mac OS X and Windows build fixes. These builds are getting more mature and working better.
  • Documentation du code source plus importante. Allez y jeter un coup d'oeil, la lisibilité du code source d'Inkscape s'améliore tous les jours.
  • De nombreuses corrections de bogues et améliorations de l'utilisabilité.


En interne

  • More useful stuff in the secondary toolbar - all kinds of controls that are relevant to a specific tool will be put into that toolbar for convenient access.
  • A new, extensive Preferences dialog. Lots of settings that are now hard-coded will be settable.
  • Dialogs reorganization: less dialogs overall, with their functions more logically grouped.
  • Plus de précision, zoom maximum de 256x ou plus.
  • Complete keyboard control for node editing, including editing control handles of a node.
  • GUI selection of arrowheads for path start/end/mid markers.

Problèmes connus

  • At least on KDE, floating dialogs may not stay on top when you switch between maximized document windows. You may need to click on the window's title bar to bring the dialogs to top. (See src/dialogs/ for a possible workaround and comments, feel free to suggest a patch.)
  • Also on KDE, detached toolbars do not stay on top (Ceci est un problème du à KDE).
  • On Windows, dialogs do not stay on top of document in this version.
  • Some keyboard shortcuts (e.g. arrow keys for nudge) do not work if your mouse pointer is not over the document window.
  • When using Copy/Paste (or Paste style) commands, you cannot copy gradients or arrowheads from one document to another. Workaround: use the XML editor to copy the content of the <defs> element from the source document to the target document, then copying gradients and arrowheads will work.
  • Pasting text directly into a text object on the canvas does not work. Workaround: open the Text dialog (Ctrl+Shift+t) and paste into the text editing area there, then click Apply.
  • 'warning: failed to load external entity "glade/icons.svg" - This is not a fatal problem, but merely an indication that Inkscape could not locate its icon images. This problem can also be detected when some of the button icons show up as random noise. The usual fix is to go through the 'make install' process so that the icons.svg file gets copied to the expected location.
  • 'colinear!' - This is a libart warning. The original libart intersector has all kinds of numerical problems, and it is believed that this warning is emitted if it tries to find intersection of two almost parallel lines. Robert Crosbie recently noticed this still occurs when using the Calligraphic tool.

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