Wait. What is this? Another InVue update less than two weeks after 2.2 came out? Why yes it is! InVue 2.2.1 was released today. Here’s a quick run down of the what’s new with this update:
Segment to Bezier ConversionWhile you have had the capability to convert a line segment into a bezier curve for some time now by right clicking on the line segment and selecting “Convert Segment to Bezier” we’ve updated the Move Point tool to make this much easier. Now double clicking on a line segment will convert it to a bezier curve. This feature works on both straight segments and on segments that have already been curved.
Welding with Open Paths
This version of InVue updates the welding tools in order to better handle welding when open paths are included in the selection. With this change, if your selection includes open paths when welding these paths will be ignored during the welding process and will be placed on top of the finished results from you weld.
SVG Export Improvements
This version of InVue includes a number of changes to the SVG export option. Some of the changes include support for transparency groups and support for exporting images (png, gif and jpg) that are included in your document. Please note that it is up to individual software developers to support these SVG features in their respective application. We are aware that not all software currently available support all these features as implemented by InVue.
WPC Export Improvements
The WPC export option also received an update. The primary update to WPC conversion was to add support for exporting rhinestones, pierce points, distress paths, engraving paths, and embossing paths.
As usual there are also number of bug fixes, tweaks, and under the hood improvements. If you would like to read the full update notes for 2.2.1 you can see them when updating your software or check out the forum post here. Thank you for choosing Pazzles and craft on!