Fritzing 1.0.1 was released on Wednesday, 06th of September 2023.
We tested it for Windows 11, Windows 10, macOS Ventura, macOS Monterey, macOS BigSur, Ubuntu 20.04, and Ubuntu 22.04.
This is a maintenance release, with some fixes.
The most obvious fix is for the broken mouse pointer when non integer zoom settings are used. This
affected Fritzing on Windows Notebooks with custom zoom settings.
Also, with this version, the new IPC export should actually become usable.
Only a few parts were updated. We added an Arduino sized board with a cutout for the
display. The R4 WIFI has quite a lot of features already onboard. But for sure you have something to add?
Here is a shield for it:
Fixes and Improvements
#4023 Redundant entry in fz file
#4036 Trace width lost on Undo
#4037 Mouse cursor distorted on Windows
#4041 Workaround for pixel errors during Gerber export
#4050 IPC Export not working
#4051 Entering coordinates in Inspector not working
#4058 Wire connections not working after double click
Improvements to the SVG Flattener:
Support scaling the stroke-dasharray attribute
Support for inherited fill attributes
Improved viewBox calculation with non-zero x and y values.
Repaired ‘Paste in place’ command
Keep focus on part after package change
Completed Portuguese, thanks to Bruno
Improved Italian, thanks to Sophie
Updated Japanese translation with automatic translation
The release is available in our downloads section.
We highly recommend updating to this version to benefit from the latest improvements.
It's the time of the year again and we are happy to announce a new release featuring a brand new "Code View" that allows you to program and upload to your microcontroller straight from Fritzing.
To celebrate this, we give you a nice discount on the perfect christmas gift, the Fritzing Creator Kit. Use the discount code FRITZMAS14 to get the kit for 89€ (instead of 95€) and make someone (or yourself) really happy this year. :)
Read more on the release below. This is the new "Code View"! It lets you write your code directly inside Fritzing, and even upload it from there to your microcontroller. It even has a serial monitor. :)
We love this, because it makes it even easier for beginners to get started with interactive electronics. And for more advanced people it's great because you can now keep your code together with the matching circuit--no more confusion!
You can also link to files somewhere else on your hard drive, for example in your local Arduino folder. When the link gets broken, or you just send someone your Fritzing file, don't worry, because there's always a backup stored in the Fritzing fzz file. Right now the upload functionality supports Arduino and PICAXE, but more can be added as long as the platform's IDE has a command line upload option.
The new release also brings with it many new parts, many kindly sponsored by their respective makers. Now you can easily document your circuits and fabricate shields/caps/hats etc. for: