I was thinking... you know... that slow graphic library
might not be so bad... xaralx is well written... and, on
faster modern computers, I wouldnt forsee any major lag.
Has anybody actually tried to compile XaraLX by replacing
the fast rendering engine with the slower one ?
On the other hand, Id be just as happy to continue using
XaraLX as a "non-free" application... this always gets me
rolling on the floor... there is nothing whatsoever "non free"
about this version, other than that xara developers refuse
to hand their code over to linux... "non-free" is a scare
tactic... the program itself is freely available for use in
Im just getting edgy (no... not debian "edgy" :-), waiting for
xara features to gravitate to the linux branch.