The GLIPS Graffiti editor is a cross-platform SVG
graphics editor based on Batik and developed by
ITRIS. It features shape tools (rectangles,
circles, ellipses, lines, polygons, and
polylines), path tools (Bezier curves, conversion
to a path, union, subtraction, and intersection),
basic text support, and image import (SVG or
Bitmap). Supported transformations are translate,
resize, rotate, and skew. A property manager is
available for each object, and a resource manager
takes care of gradients, patterns, markers, and
filters. It requires Java VM 1.4.1 or higher. It
is a part of the GLIPS Project, which aims to be a
PLC cross-platform development environment.
System requirement is not defined
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Many improvements and SCADA features were added. Two applications can be found in the distribution: the GLIPS Graffiti application with SCADA support, and one without SCADA support. Values of external variables updated through sockets, for example, can modify SVG drawings dynamically.
The canvas and scrollpane have been reimplemented.
The toolbars and the way the property and resource
dialogs are opened have been redesigned. SVG files
can be saved as zipped files. PDF and BMP were
added as new export formats. A progress bar is
displayed when opening, saving, and exporting
files. A new theme is used: JGoodies. Inner images
are now supported (only for viewing). Many bugs
A popup feature was added. New internal frame types were created for the properties and resources box. The resources box was improved, the selection and translation actions were modified, and bug with the scroll pane was fixed. A new icon theme was created. Drag and dropping a file from the OS to the editor now opens the file. The Chinese language is now supported. An external style sheet bug was fixed.
Printing is now available. Drag and drop can be used to fill a shape with a color or a resource by simply dragging a color from the toolbar color button to the canvas, or by dragging for a resource icon to the canvas. Group editing is now supported. The source code has been cleaned up. Many bugs have been fixed.
The scrolling has been improved on the SVG canvas,
and mouse wheel events are now supported. Icons
representing resources are displayed in the
resource dialog and in the properties dialog when
choosing a resource. The entire UI has been
improved. New alignment actions have been created,
allowing the user to align the center of shapes
horizontally and vertically. A color picker, a DOM
viewer, and a memory monitor are available. SVG
files may be exported as PNG, JPEG, and TIFF.