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== Windows installer for 0.45? ==
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FAQ claims a self-contained installer for Windows XP. Release 0.45 seems to be missing this.
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Yes, it is possible to download an archive of 0.45 executables and libraries, but there seems to be no installer that would register file types to the executables and create menu entries, etc.
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Is there a maintenance release coming with a Windows installer?
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[[User:metaed|MetaEd]]
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== Download Inkscape ==
 
== Download Inkscape ==
  

Revision as of 16:15, 7 February 2007

Windows installer for 0.45?

FAQ claims a self-contained installer for Windows XP. Release 0.45 seems to be missing this.

Yes, it is possible to download an archive of 0.45 executables and libraries, but there seems to be no installer that would register file types to the executables and create menu entries, etc.

Is there a maintenance release coming with a Windows installer?

MetaEd

Download Inkscape

Since I really enjoy working with graphics [i basically use mspaint] and subscribe to 'computer tips' thru worldstart, they have led me to your program called 'Inkscape'.

I was wondering where I can acquire it at?

.ai?

This FAQ says that inkscape can save in .ai format, but I don't see that option in version 0.44 under the save dialog. --Axiom 14:55, 22 August 2006 (UTC

Mac 10.4 ?

How do I make Inkscape work on a Mac with 10.4? The X.11 was installed--how do I make it active?

how about a 'select adjacent nodes' shortcut key

If you've ever used Wings 3D, you're probably familiar with hitting the + key or - key to expand or decrease the number of vectors in the current selection. I keep wishing I could do the same with nodes in Inkscape (how about with Alt + + and Alt + -).

In 0.45, it's pgup/pgdn or mouse wheel while the mouse is over a node.