Author Archives: Jose Moreno

Introducing Pencil2D 0.6

Today, we’re proud to release the new version of Pencil2D. For all of you who have been following closely it might not be a substantial release, but with this we want to let everyone know: We are working on it! Pencil2D will not die, and this is the first step of many towards the right direction.

We certainly wouldn’t be here without the help of every person that has been involved with the project at one time or another for these past years. And so we give you all our heartfelt thanks.

Soon we will announce several other important bits that will help Pencil2D get on track. We hope to count with your further support to improve the project beyond everyone’s expectations.

Please visit the link to find a more detailed description and “what’s new” if you’re coming from version 0.5.4, which was released almost 4 years ago!!!

https://pencil2d.github.io/2017/12/introducing-pencil2d-0.6.html

Pencil2D translation database moving to “Transifex”

As part of the up-coming release, the development team has migrated the translation database from OneSky to the Transifex platform.
 
If you’d like to continue contributing to Pencil2D’s translation on your own language, please visit the following link and register on Transifex so you can contribute:
 
Thanks for your support!

Pencil2D Survey – User OS Requirements [2017]

A warm greeting to you! Today the Pencil2D team is looking into learning about our user base. Particularly about their operating systems. The following survey will help us to plan how to provide support for older OS while looking into more modern development techniques.

https://goo.gl/forms/IeCfH1M6rD7yRMH23

That said, be mindful that even if we want to, it’s not possible to support systems that are older than 6-10 years back, however we’ll try to do whatever is in our hands to accomplish a good balance between modern development features and backwards compatibility.

Thank you for your help! be sure to share this with other people who use Pencil2D