There is a new version of comicbookedit. Lots of bugs have been fixed. There are also some great new features:
- rotating and flipping figures.
- selecting more than one control-point once you are in editing mode. The selected points also can be rotated and flipped! This can be useful: for example when you draw a leg you can select the lower part of the leg and rotate it without rotating the upper part of the leg.
- easy browsing in grouped figures. Once you have a grouped figure selected, you can press F5. After that you can select and edit parts of the grouped figure. You can also use control-F5 to hide the rest of the drawing temporarily.... read more
finally, I consider the program finished enough to call it 1.00!
New features: help system, point alignment, bitmap export, win32 installer.
There is an export to PDF function.Finally you can do something with the drawings.
Multipage support is still very very basic. The treeview can be used to select a container where to draw in, but it does not show what is selected...
Very nice new version. More details can be found on the home page.
Comicbookedit 0.4 is released. This is the first version I plan to use for a comic. Although there are no edit commands, you can make a comic by writing the xml by hand and using the program only to examine the results.
today I released version 0.3 of comicbookedit. This is the first version with some balloon support in it. Oroginally this was planned for version 0.4, but, I am glad to report i'm stil ahead on schedule.
Comicbookedit, a very basic program for creating comics, is now on sourceforge. What I made so far I've released today in the 0.1 release.
Now the next step will be project home page, with release calendar. And release-0.2 is soon te be expected.