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Latexdraw vector drawing program for LaTeX using PSTricks

latexdraw_logo LaTeXDraw is a free PSTricks code generator or PSTricks editor for LateX distributed under the GNU GPL. LaTeXDraw is developed in java, so it's independent of the OS. It's available in English, in Spanish, in French and in German. You need jre 1.6 to launch LaTeXDraw.

latexdraw 2.0.5 available

This release fixes some problems. It also allows to export a drawing using pdflatex and pdfcrop; this feature allows to crop the generated pdf document.



Grid, axes, Bézier curve,... Around 20 possible shapes.

PSTricks oriented
PSTricks is the main format of the software, but others languages will be managed.

Vectorial transformations
Can resize, rotate, move, join and replace. Usefull mirrors and magnetic grid.

For the moment, only PSTricks

PSTricks, eps, jpg, bmp, png, ppm.

Thanks to Java, it runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Solaris

Intuitive interface
dynamic toolbar, code panel, frame of parameters...

Classical features
Zoom, undo/redo, copy/cut/paste, print,...

tug-pstricks, the main page of the pstricks project where you can download the pstricks packages, documentations, ...
tug-pstricks documentation, pdf files which explain pstricks.
PSTricks tutorial by one of the authors of pstricks (in french).
PSTricks tutorial from tug.
one another PSTricks tutorial in french.






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