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May 2009

xaraxtreme - Download

Xara Xtreme You can download a version of Xara Xtreme for Linux right now, which should work straight away on most Linux machines (note: this is not source code - you don't have to build it to try it, for source code look here). Development is progressing daily, so we provide two versions for download. The first is the recommended download because it will normally be the most stable. The second is the very latest, untested version, built and published automatically - the cutting edge version of Xara Xtreme, so at times it may be unstable. The easiest and recommended way to install Xara Xtreme on your system is to download and install the Autopackage archive (.package file). Click here for Autopackage installation instructions. Alternatively, download and unpack one of the tar archives (see tar archive instructions below). Xara Xtreme on Linux is now a working drawing tool. The archives below include the full Xara Xtreme help. Recommended version: » Download Xara Xtreme (version 0.7 Revision 1692) (Autopackage Archive - 19MB) » Download Xara Xtreme (version 0.7 Revision 1692) (Tar Bzip2 Archive - 19MB) Latest version (potentially unstable): » Download Xara Xtreme (version 0.7 Revision 1785 Built 07-Nov-07 3:00) (Autopackage Archive - 20MB) » Download Xara Xtreme (version 0.7 Revision 1785 Built 07-Nov-07 3:00) (Tar Bzip2 Archive - 19MB)

August 2008

Inkscape - Ubuntu art tools (Wiki)

Open source Inkscape is an evolving and increasingly capable vector illustrator, comparable to (but probably not yet quite at the level of) Illustrator and CorelDraw. It seems to be modeled most closely on the user interface of CorelDraw, which isn't a bad thing at all. The latest version (0.45 as of this writing) has added a very nice SVG blur function - you can add blur to nearly any vector object, which gives it a very nice drop shadow capability, a big advance. Some very beautiful illustrations are possible with this package.

February 2008