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sK1 2.0RC1 binaries

Posted by igor | Posted in Release | Posted on 06-05-2016

We have decided to publish Release Candidate 1 binaries for those who follow us. Binary packages are available as for most popular Linux distros and for Windows 32/64bit.

So, sK1 2.0 becomes real multiplatform application.
Please note, that MSW versions are suitable for Windows 7,8,10 only. Previous versions, including Windows XP, are not supported because some libs used in build require MS VS2013 parts.


Season's Greetings

Posted by igor | Posted in Events | Posted on 30-12-2015

Dear followers! May the New Year brings new hopes, new promises and new reasons to celebrate your presence in your lives. Have a Joyous New Year! And we hope in next year you can design greeting cards in sK1

Btw, you can see on the screenshot the first sK1 plugin - Transformations plugin. Despite of holidays we are continuing development.



Migration to GitHub

Posted by igor | Posted in Development | Posted on 28-07-2015

SourceForge SVN repositories were unavailable several weeks. So this was a serious trouble for our project. It looks like SF death. Sorry because we hosted on SF since 2003. Now we have migrated from SF to GitHub hosting ( All project SVN links on project website are changed on actual GitHub locations.


Palette Collection 1.0

Posted by igor | Posted in Release | Posted on 17-06-2015

We have collected and processed a lot of palettes to provide sK1 users with a good set of swatches like other graphics software. But this collection is a multiformat and compatible with a wide range of graphics applcations: sK1, Inkscape, GIMP, Scribus, Karbon, Calligra, LibreOffice, CorelDRAW, Corel PhotoPaint, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Xara Designer, Xara Web Designer etc. View Palette Collection


sK1 0.9.3 release

Posted by igor | Posted in Release | Posted on 19-02-2015

We have released sK1 v.0.9.3! This is a bugfix release. The major fixed issue is a cairo rendering bug on Intel graphics cards and VirtualBox emulators. Also we have fixed some document rendering issues and implemented 'uninstall' command for setup (important feature for those who install application from source code). Thanks to our new VirtualBox build server we have uploaded binary packages for Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Mageia distros. The packages are available on sK1 Download Page.