Drawpile 0.9.8 is now out! This release fixes a couple of major regressions introduced in the last version, in addition to the usual feature improvements.
Fixed bugs include:
A bug that would crash Drawpile was reported for the previous version, but I have not been able to reproduce it myself. I did find a bug that might explain it, but haven't been able to test the fix. So, if you manage to crash the new version, please let me know!
Drawpile 0.9.7 is now out, a bit earlier than originally planned. This release fixes two bugs that were discovered in the previous version: a crash when reordering layers and remote host address dropdown box not working when it contained more than one item.
This release also includes one cool new feature: a new lag-free synchronization method that replaces the old preview stroke layer. This fixes the problem of certain brushes strokes (e.g. watercolor) looking different while painting was in progress.... read more
Version 0.9.6 of Drawpile is now out!
This release adds a number of new features:
Other improvements include:
Version 0.9.5 of Drawpile is now out!
Improvements in this version include:
This release also contains a few Mac specific improvements:... read more
Version 0.9.4 of Drawpile is now available for download!
This release includes many bug fixes and usability enhancements, as well as a few new features. Notable improvements are:
Version 0.9.3 of Drawpile is now out. This is a maintenance release that fixes a couple of regressions introduced in 0.9.2.
Changes in this version include:
Version 0.9.2 of Drawpile is now ready, containing dozens of bug fixes and usability improvements, as well as a few new features.
New features include:
Bulk of the changes in this version are bug fixes. Refer to the commit log and github issue tracker for a detailed list.... read more
Version 0.9.1 of Drawpile is now out!
This release fixes some bugs as well as introduces a few new features:
Version 0.9.0 of Drawpile is now out!
This release is mainly focused on server side improvements. The main new feature introduced is support for multiple sessions per server. Other improvements include:
Version 0.8.6 of Drawpile is now out!
This version introduces loads of new session recording related features:
This release marks the end of the 0.8 series. The next release will be 0.9.0, which will focus on serverside enhancements. Later releases will focus on bug fixes and minor features until the first officially stable 1.0.0 version.
Version 0.8.5 of Drawpile is now out!
With this release, Drawpile is now nearing the end of the 0.8 series, with perhaps one more point release to go before 0.9.0.
Notable changes in this version are:
Version 0.8.4 of Drawpile is now out!
Notable changes in this version include:
Version 0.8.3 of Drawpile is now released!
This release introduces a couple of usability enhancing features, as well as bug fixes. Most importantly, Drawpile now has a builtin smoother that should eliminate jitter from the stylus or mouse. Also, a that caused jaggy lines when drawing with a tablet was found and fixed.
Also, the windows build now comes bundled with a small tool for diagnosing tablet problems.
Version 0.8.2 of Drawpile is now released!
This release brings Drawpile one major milestone closer to finishing the original roadmap by introducing session recording support. The drawing session can now be recorded as an event file that can be played back and exported as a video.
Other changes in this release include server improvements and smoother brush stroke rendering.
Version 0.8.1 of DrawPile is out!
This release focuses more on smaller features, bugfixes and behind the scenes work before the next major milestone, which is session recording.
Highlights for this version:
The first version of the 0.8 development branch is out!
The most important change in this version is the addition of Undo and Redo functions. Undo is multiuser aware: undoing your own changes will not affect other users' drawing.
Other notable feature enhancements are:
Version 0.7.2 of DrawPile, a collaborative drawing program, is out!
This release brings new features and fixes some long standing annoyances:
The next release of DrawPile, a collaborative drawing program, is out! This time, binaries for Windows are included!
Notable changes in this version are:
After a five year break, the next DrawPile release is here. This version includes a completely rewritten network protocol and server and brings support for layers, the OpenRaster file format and of course little fixes and improvements here and there.
Sorry, no new features yet, but DrawPile code is now at GitHub! The project homepage and releases will stay on sourceforge, but the bleeding edge can now be found at http://github.com/callaa/Drawpile
The 0.6 release of DrawPile is here, featuring antialiased drawing and new blend modes. Other notable new features include the ability to rotate the canvas view and changeable keyboard shortcuts.
This release paves the way for the future versions which will include advanced features like layers, multiuser undo and session recording.
After a year's hiatus, the next DrawPile release is finally here. This release features a completely rewritten server, a tile based drawing engine, an annotation tool and stability enhancements.
The fourth release of DrawPile, the collaborative drawing program was made today.
This release fixes a few nasty bugs (such as the the inability to join password protected sessions) and brings lots of new features.
Some of the most interesting new features include brush dab spacing which allows much lighter brush strokes, a line and rectangle tools and new color selection docks.
DrawPile now has support for session management and chat. The session owner can now protected the drawing board by locking and removing unwanted users. Users can now also converse with the new built in chat feature.
A few bug fixes also made it into this release. Most notably several tablet handling problems were corrected.
The second DrawPile version is out! This release adds network support, making DrawPile into what it claims to be: a collaborative drawing program.