Scribble is a vector illustration program similar to Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW
- Opens and saves in an SVG-based XML format
- Draw and edit Bézier curves (a.k.a quadratic curves)
- A document can viewed in multiple windows. Each window can have a different object selected.
- Preferences (palette position, window size, etc...)
- Each GUI component is built upon a platform-independent model. The GUI can largely be tested from the unit tests and porting to a different UI toolkit (i.e. SWT) will be relatively easy.
scribble.jar (about 1 MB)
Requires Java Runtime 1.4 or later.
Once the download is finished you should be able to launch by double-clicking it.
If that does not work you can launch it from the command line:
- Open the command line window:
Start > Run..., type
Max OS X: Applications > Utilities > Terminal
java -jar(end with a space but don't press Enter yet)
scribble.jarto the command line window. This will write the path to scribble.jar in the window.
- Now you can press