Forgot your password?
typodupeerror
Graphics

+ - Inkscape 0.48.2 Released!

Submitted by
ScislaC
ScislaC writes "This version of the SVG-based vector graphics editor contains over 50 bug fixes as well as improves stability and performance on all platforms. Check out the the milestone page for a comprehensive list of fixed bugs, or just jump right to downloading your copy for Windows, OSX Snow Leopard, or Others. Note: If you are using 0.48 or 0.48.1 on Windows it is highly recommended to upgrade as it fixes a security issue that was in the libraries shipped with those releases."
Graphics

+ - Inkscape 0.48.1 released! 2

Submitted by ScislaC
ScislaC (827506) writes "This version of the SVG-based vector graphics editor contains over 80 bug fixes as well as improves stability and performance on all platforms. Check out the release notes for a brief summary about what has changed, view the milestone page for a comprehensive list of fixed bugs, or just jump right to downloading your copy for Windows, OSX Leopard & Snow Leopard, or Others."
Software

+ - Inkscape 0.48 is out!

Submitted by ScislaC
ScislaC (827506) writes "After 9 months of intensive development, Inkscape 0.48 is out. This version of the SVG-based vector graphics editor brings improved performance and tons of new features, some of which are as follows: Spray Tool, enhanced Text Tool controls (super/subscripts, kerning, spacing, rotation and more), multi-path node editing, greater snapping abilities, custom "auto" swatches, LaTeX PDF export, new and improved extensions, better CMYK & ICC support, and much more. Additionally, it would be wrong to not mention the numerous bug fixes as well.

Check out the full release notes for more information about what has changed, enjoy the screenshots, or just jump right to downloading your package for Windows, Linux or Mac OS X."

Comment: Re:Pro-"Choice" (Score 1) 464

by ScislaC (#30498622) Attached to: Charities Upset Over Chase Facebook Contest

I'm asking this seriously. If you took said fetus out of the woman at the 9 week stage, what are the chances it would survive w/o assistance?

You also bring up "immorality"... morality in general is a very subjective thing and I personally prefer ethics.

Plain and simple, if it would kill my wife to have a baby and she got pregnant (and she would otherwise be able to live a semi-normal healthy lifespan), my guess is that I would want to keep my wife alive... however, I would still leave the decision up to her.

Quark! Quark! Beware the quantum duck!

Working...