Inkscape 1.1 RC1 Released For This Leading Open-Source Vector Graphics Editor
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 5 May 2021 at 11:22 AM EDT. 6 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
The release candidate of the upcoming Inkscape 1.1 open-source vector graphics editor is now available for testing.

The Inkscape 1.1-rc1 release is the last step before officially releasing this first major post-1.0 Inkscape version. Inkscape 1.1 introduces a welcome dialog, a command palette to help with keyboard shortcuts, a new outline overlay mode, a rewritten dialog docking system, support for exporting as JPEG / TIFF / optimized PNG / WebP directly from the editor, and a wide variety of other improvements.

The Inkscape 1.1 release candidate can be downloaded from Inkscape.org. There is also the work-in-progress 1.1 release notes for those interested.
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