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  • Welcome to Inkscape 1.1!

    Among the highlights in Inkscape 1.1 are a Welcome dialog, a Command Palette, a revamped Dialog Docking System, and searchable preference options, along with new formats for exporting your work.

    Here at the Inkscape project, we're proud to have contributors from around the world who invest their time, energy and skills towards coding, debugging, translating, documenting and promoting the program.

    Built mostly with the power of a team of volunteers, this open source vector editor represents the work of many hearts and hands from around the world, who ensure that Inkscape remains available free for everyone to download and enjoy. Big Thanks go to the 2020 cohort of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) students (and their mentors) who worked hard to deliver some of the features and bug fixes in 1.1.

    Let's dive into some highlights and tour what's new and what you can now do with the latest version of Inkscape!

  • Inkscape 1.1 Released With Command Palette Feature, More Export Options

    It took nearly two decades for Inkscape 1.0 to be realized while fortunately Inkscape 1.1 is ready to succeed it just one year later. Inkscape 1.1 adds a welcome dialog where some initial configuration options can be setup, a command palette added for accessing most of the Inkscape functionality from a simple search-based function input, node tool improvements, a rewritten docking system, a new outline overlay model, new export options, and more. The new export options include the ability to directly export as JPEG, TIFF, WebP, and optimized PNGs. There is also an Inkscape Extension Manager for now being able to update and install additional extensions more easily. 

  • Inkscape 1.1 released

    Version 1.1 of the Inkscape vector image editor has been released. "Among the highlights in Inkscape 1.1 are a Welcome dialog, a Command Palette, a revamped Dialog Docking System, and searchable preference options, along with new formats for exporting your work." 

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Major Update: Inkscape 1.1 Released with Scores of New Features

  • Major Update: Inkscape 1.1 Released with Scores of New Features

    This update to the open-source vector graphics editor comes with a number of new features and workflow enhancements, ranging from a new handy new welcome screen to new formats to export finished work to.

    Chances are you’re already familiar with Inkscape, or have at least heard of it before. Much like LibreOffice, Firefox, and Blender Inkscape is regularly cited as an example of how powerful and capable open source software can be.

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  • Inkscape 1.1 is the Next Major Update With New Export Options and More Features - It's FOSS News

    Last year, Inkscape 1.0 release hit the surface with tons of new features and improvements after 3 years in development.

    Now, after a year, Inkscape 1.1 is here as the next major update with a several new feature additions and improvements.

    Let me briefly highlight the significant changes in this release.

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    While Inkscape is already one of the best vector graphics editors for Linux, with every major update, it is shaping up quite good.

    Do you use Inkscape often? What do you think of these changes?

  • Inkscape 1.1 Free Vector Graphics Editor App Released

    Inkscape is a free and cross-platform vector graphics editor. The new Inkscape 1.1 comes with a number of new features and workflow enhancements.

    Inkscape is used to create vector images in SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format. It is a cross-platform open file format widely used among Adobe products. This format can create relatively compact file sizes without losing the quality of the original image.

    Inkscape is one of the staple bits of maker software as it’s powerful, open-source, and relatively easy to get started with. As general-purpose vector drawing software, Inkscape is useful for a wide range of people, such as artists and diagram makers.

  • Vector Graphics Editor Inkscape 1.1 Released With New Welcome Dialog, Command Palette, More

    Free and open source vector graphics editor Inkscape has been updated to version 1.1. The new release includes a welcome dialog, a command palette, rewritten docking system, and more.

    Inkscape 1.1 comes one year after the major Inkscape 1.0 release, which was in development for over three years.

    With this release, the free and open source vector graphics editor has introduced a new welcome screen, from where you can choose the canvas colors, keyboard shortcuts layout, and theme (including dark or light mode), as well quickly open an existing file or create a new one from templates...

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    Inkscape 1.1 also comes with a rewritten docking system, which resolves many issues, and allows docking dialogs to both sides of the screen. The dialogs are displayed as tabs, and when more are open they transform into icons. What's more, Inkscape now remembers your settings across sessions.

Inkscape 1.1 Released! How to Install in Ubuntu 20.04

  • Inkscape 1.1 Released! How to Install in Ubuntu 20.04 & Higher | UbuntuHandbook

    Inkscape, free open-source vector graphics editor, release new major version 1.1 a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 21.04, Linux Mint 20.x.

    Inkscape 1.1 features a new welcome screen with ability to choose canvas colors, keyboard shortcut style, and toggle dark mode.

    By different tabs, it also shows you how to contribute, and options to open recent files, set size of documents.

Vector Drawing: New in Inkscape 1.1

  • Vector Drawing: New in Inkscape 1.1

    Inkscape, the free software, will never stop looking at its framework to compete with Adobe Illustrator and attracting illustrators, amateurs and

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