Sketsa
Sketsa
8.0

1.0

Sketsa free download for Mac

Sketsa

8.0
11 February 2019

Vector drawing application based on SVG.

Overview

Sketsa is a cross-platform vector drawing application based on SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a graphics format and technology based on XML developed by W3C. With Sketsa, you can create vector graphics that can be scaled and printed at any resolution, without losing detail or clarity. You also get instant visual feedback on what you changed.

Sketsa features various tools for optimizing content creation, giving designers unsurpassed support for creativity. These tools include property palette, DOM editor, source editor, resources editor, SVG specific shape tools, transformation tools, and additional illustration tools. It uses SVG as a native file format.

What's new in Sketsa

Version 8.0:
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4 Sketsa Reviews

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Haleonearth
06 January 2010

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Icky yucky Java poo!
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Version 6.0
Mark-Everitt
18 June 2010
If you want SVG and cross platform, then the answer is Inkscape. It runs in X11, but compared with Java this is still better. It's free too, and far more advanced than Sketsa on all fronts.
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Version 6.3
Haleonearth
06 January 2010
Icky yucky Java poo!
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Version 6.0
hced
14 March 2007
Java "powered"...
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Version 4.2
Anonymous
12 September 2004
This is a "generic" Java application. There's a Java (.jar) installer and a PC (.exe) file in the download. Installing it (via the .jar file on a Mac) does not result in a Mac-like application or icon; it requires a command line start via Java. Discovering that, I wasn't interested any more and trashed all. It doesn't have to be this way, either. CrushFTP, to name just one example, is in Java, but it behaves like a normal application on both a Mac (OS 9) or a PC.
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Version 2.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
19 July 2005
That, to me, still sounds pretty absurd. It's a cheap attempt, for a company who's software is obviously made for Windows, to sell in the Mac market.
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Version 3.2.1