Synfig Studio 1.3.3 released

New development version of Synfig Studio is available for download!

List of changes:

  • Fix inactive elements in “Window” menu (issue #349).
  • Fix rendering of animated GIF with Magick++ target on Linux.
  • Fix: filename with international characters not saved in “Recent Files” menu.
  • Fix crash with XP-Pen G540 tablet (issue #351).
  • UI translations updated.

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For your reference: versions marked as 1.3.x represent current development version with all latest features and fixes; stable version marked as 1.2.x.

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3 Responses

  1. is there any way to start not synfigstudio but synfig from the appimage? I would like to include this directly in renderchan on a ubuntu14.04 machine. There the pre-packaged deb file available with apt-get install provides just the old version 0.64

    1. ok, I found a way that I will briefly describe – just in case someone else struggles at same problem. After download of the latest synfig appimage, the bash script at the end of this comment (in my case called ‘synfig’) resolved the problem. I had to include the current directory in $PATH variable with

      export PATH=:$PATH

      and that’s the synfig script contained in the directory

      SynfigStudio-1.3.4-testing-17.08.10-linux64-9fecd.appimage –appimage-exec synfig “$@”

    2. Hello Thomas! Thank you for sharing the solution! I am happy to see you are giving a try to RenderChan.

      You can also save this script as `/usr/local/bin/synfig` to avoid the modification of $PATH variable.
      In this case, you will need to specify full path to your appimage file:

      /path/to/your/SynfigStudio-1.3.4-testing-17.08.10-linux64-9fecd.appimage --appimage-exec synfig "$@"

      (I repeated your script here, because WordPress modified the double dash and quote symbols in your comment)

      There is also one more possibility: you can just rename “SynfigStudio-1.3.4-testing-17.08.10-linux64-9fecd.appimage” to “synfig” and place it into “/usr/local/bin”. In this case it will act as console application for RenderChan. And at the same time calling “synfig” without arguments will bring GUI app for you.

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