For FSM's sake, though, take a moment to "accidentally" delete his porn and such while you are going about this. That's just basic courtesy.
Not to mention a good way to put yourself on any suspect lists that might come up.
The Inkscape community today is announcing the release of the newest version of its open source vector graphics editor. Inkscape 0.46 is a major update that introduces native PDF support. The implementation of PDF support in Inkscape provides an easy, open source solution to editing PDF documents.
Tons of new features and performance improvements are included in this release. Dialogs now have the ability to be docked to the editing window. Gradients can be edited completely on-canvas. The new Paint Bucket Tool fills bounded areas with color. A new 3D Box tool helps create perspective-correct
drawings. A new Tweak tool provides an intuitive method for editing paths and painting objects. The new Live Path Effects feature can create "brushes" and various organic effects on paths. Improvements to color management include support for color spaces other than sRGB. Most SVG filters are now implemented, and a new powerful UI is provided for editing filter stacks.
Inkscape is an open source drawing tool that uses the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) scalable vector graphics format (SVG). Some supported SVG features include basic shapes, paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, and grouping. In addition, Inkscape supports Creative Commons' metadata, node-editing, layers, complex path operations, text-on-path, text-in-shape, and SVG XML editing. It can also import EPS, PostScript, and most bitmap formats, and exports PNG, PS, PDF and various vector formats. Inkscape's main motivation is to provide the Open Source community with a fully W3C compliant XML, SVG, and CSS2 drawing tool. Additional work includes conversion of the codebase from C/Gtk to C++/Gtkmm, emphasizing a lightweight core with powerful features added through an extension mechanism, and maintaining a friendly, open, community-oriented development process."
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Chris writes: "The long-awaited follow-up to the "photorealistic scenery generator software" Terragen, Terragen 2, is making its first public release since going into development a few years ago. According to creator Matt Fairclough's website, this Technology Preview is based on the high-end edition of the full program — the release date of which has not been announced — and utilizes most of its features. It has been suggested, however, that the node-based system might scare off the less savvy users and, as such, the release is geared towards the high-end users.
There are two versions of the Technology Preview: one for Windows 2000 and XP (no word on whether it will work with Vista) and one for Macintosh OSX 10.4. As of the time of this writing, the site is severely slow and there seems to be an error with the mirror script Planetside is using, but some members on the Terragen message board are announcing their success in downloading the client."