[scribus] Selecting Polygons

Margaret and George McIntosh tenbear at myfairpoint.net
Tue Mar 30 22:05:13 CEST 2010

On 30 Mar 2010 at 15:39, Henry Hartley wrote:

> Mike Sleger wrote:
> >> 
> >> What exactly means "not yet stable"? The latest Windows 
> >> release I see at scribus.net is  Is there a 
> >> later version I could be using?
> There are various development versions available on Sourceforge
> (link below). To be honest (hey, why not) I've lost track of what
> all the various numbers are but anything 1.3.4 or greater is
> currently a development version in some stage. My understanding
> (subject to correction from those more in the know than myself) is
> that 1.3.5 will eventually become the stable 1.4.0. I see a 1.3.6 so
> perhaps that's the current leading edge towards that goal. My guess
> is that's where you should go to see what will be in the
> not-too-distant future.
> There is also a 1.5.0svn for the truly bleeding edge stuff. I guess
> that will become a stable 1.6 someday. I don't see Windows packages
> for that but they may be hiding somewhere.
> In any case, they are all "not yet stable" and may crash, behave
> badly, eat your hard drive and neuter your cat. You have been
> warned. The .sla files created with any of them are practically
> guaranteed to be unusable with 1.3.3.x so beware with your important
> files.
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/scribus/files/

1.3.6 was released about a week ago. I am using it in parallel with and I find 
it more stable than It has several improvements but it is offocially called a 
development version.


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