Release notes/0.42/fr

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Inkscape 0.42

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Inkscape 0.42 is our biggest release so far by the sheer number of major and minor features, usability improvements, and bugfixes. While some of the new features simply fill long-standing functionality gaps, others are truly revolutionary. Here are the highlights:

  • Flowed text: text objects that automatically reflow in any shape (not only rectangle).
  • Text selection: finally you can shift arrow or drag over part of a text and apply any style to the selected span.
  • Gradient tool: a completely redesigned and much easier to use gradient interface, with gradient handles displayed right on canvas.
  • Effects are now usable from within Inkscape on all platforms; this version ships with a collection of effects including path interpolation, randomization, and various fractal algorithms.
  • Color swatches: a standard facility in most graphic software, now in Inkscape too.
  • Colored clones: clones can now be painted differently from their original.
  • Tile tracing: the Tile Clones dialog can trace the existing image with the tiling, producing a multitude of exciting effects.
  • Grid arrange, baseline align, unclumping: new powerful ways to arrange objects.
  • Better PS/EPS export: gradient support, better text handling, a command line option for batch export.
  • Command line SVG analysis: use Inkscape from the command line to query coordinates and dimensions of objects in an SVG file.
  • Better SVG/CSS compliance: notably, internal CSS stylesheets are now supported (read-only).
  • OS X support: In addition to Linux and Windows, Inkscape 0.42 is available as a fully self-contained dmg package for Mac OS X.

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