Inkscape 1.1 Command Palette Feature Makes Finding Things Easy | DMD Clips

Inkscape 1.1 Command Palette Feature Makes Finding Things Easy | DMD Clips

22.06.2021
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Yet another new feature introduced in Inkscape 1.1 is the Command Palette feature, which allows you to search for pretty much any feature inside of Inkscape. Like GIMP’s Search Actions feature, which I cover in a dedicated tutorial on my channel, you can quickly bring up the Command Palette and type in whatever you are looking for within the Inkscape program. Then you can click on that item to run the command, or in other words to perform an action or operation on your shape, layer, object, path, etc. (depending on what you have selected or on your composition).

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