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Inkscape 1.0.1: Released with many improvements and new features

Almost 4 months ago, was released Inkscape v1.0. For those who do not know, Inkscape is a free program for managing and creating various images and graphics. Recently, the new version 1.0.1 was announced, which contains many improvements for issues that existed in the previous version of the application.

What changes does Inkscape 1.0.1 contain?

In addition to improvements, Inkscape 1.0.1 brings in users and some new features, which, however, are in beta stage. In addition, the application contains better translation for some of the languages ​​it supports.

One of the most important changes in the new version is the addition of the CSS dialog to the Object menu of the application. Using it CSS dialog, users can easily add, change or even delete snippets from the CSS stylesheet of the file.

In addition to better CSS management, Inkscape now includes a new one ability, which can list all the colors used in a file, as well as how many times each color exists.

Inkscape 1.0.1: Released with many improvements and new features

Another major change in the latest version, allows users to save their files to PDF form. Of course, Inkscape 1.0.1 contains all the other storage options available in version 1.0. Additionally, using the Scribus extension, users can manage colors and graphics in PDF file even better.

The following is a list of some of the enhancements to Inkscape 1.0.1:

  • AppImage now comes with python 3.8.
  • Fixed issue with finding fonts in Snap version.
  • Fixed issues with Zoom.
  • Improved appearance of LPE Dialog.

For more details on changes and improvements to version 1.0.1, you can read the official Inkscape notes.

Download and install Inkscape 1.0.1:

In case you want to use the new version of the application, you must first download from here. Unfortunately, version 1.0.1 is currently only available for Windows and Linux.

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