JFDraw V1.1.1 Free Version released
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An Introduction to JFDraw...
JFDraw is a pure Java based graphics application and library package. JFDraw used a little features of Java2D, and expanded a lot of graph routines for more complex vector graph processing. You can run JFDraw under any operating systems that suport Java.
JFDraw is focused on vector graph drawing field. It can help you to complete your mechanical, electronic, architectural graphs drawing applications, or even business process or workflow graphs issues.
Written by pure text based editor(Windows NotePad & Unix VI), built by Sun Java Development Kit(JDK) 1.3.x and Apache Ant, JFDraw will offer you the opportunities to incorporate it into your graph applications, in binary library mode or source code mode.
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JFDraw 1.3.0 Free Version Release Announcement
Our product, Java based vector drawing application and package,
JFDraw 1.3.0 Free Version is now available for download.
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>> JFDraw 1.3.0 Free Version download:
>> JFDraw 1.3.0 Free Full Version:
>> JFDraw 1.3.0 Web Start Solution:
>> JFDraw 1.3.0 Online API Documentations:
New Features in JFDraw 1.3.0 Free Version:
> Export/Print with grid (Global settings dialog).
> Export/Print with ruler (Global settings dialog).
> Bug fix for grid snapping.
> Zero-width line for hidding outlines of shapes
(Line Width in line format dialog).
> Bug fix for exporting GIFs which are more than
8-bit colors (free full version).
> New image formats support: SVG,EPS,SWF,EMF,CGM,PDF,
PPM,TIFF (free full version).
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