I am working on a drawing of a native American girl, have just put the combined lighting filter on this and the image will move around the page pretty fast.
Maybe this is what I have been waiting for :):)


On 2 September 2012 16:00, Dennis Melling <dennismelling.rom@...155...> wrote:
Boom, Boom :)

Extensions were on hide............

I now have 0.48 + devel r11604 installed - whoopee :):)


7z doesn't help, it only shows inscape_r11  (no other numbers)

Thank you very much Alvin - sorry to be so thick


On 2 September 2012 14:17, alvinpenner <penner@...2467...> wrote:
Hello Dennis,
- as for this thread, it will come to a natural end once people stop
contributing to it.
- as for the .exe file, it is possible that your Windows may be set not to
display the .exe extension. In Windows Explorer. the Inkscape file will show
itself as either Inkscape or Inkscape.exe depending on your folder settings.
The folder settings can be checked in Windows Explorer at the menu item
Organize->Folder and Search Options->View->Hide extensions for known file
types. This determines whether or not you will see .exe in the file listing.
- as for the Inkscape version you are running, go to the Inkscape menu item
Help->About Inkscape. The latest stable release will say 'Inkscape
r9886'. A more recent development build, such as you would get from a 7z
download, will say 'Inkscape 0.48 + devel r11604'

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