Release Notes: In this version, it is possible to generate a series of images with increasing zoom level and optional rotation. This makes it possible to create very nice looking animations.
Release Notes: The possibility to generate fractal images of arbitrary size was added. Some minor bugs were fixed. An improved Windows installer was introduced.
Release Notes: This release makes some minor improvements in the user interface.
Release Notes: Two animation modes were added: color scrolling and mesh rotation. A few problems with Qt 4.4 were solved and some bugs were fixed, making it a stable and feature-rich release.
Release Notes: This release adds one very interesting feature: rendering the fractal surface as a 3D mesh, using the OpenGL library for hardware-accelerated performance. It's possible to adjust the mesh resolution and various parameters of the view. The rendered image can also be saved or copied to clipboard.
Release Notes: Bookmarks and color presets can be loaded and saved. Working in full screen mode is possible. Fractal images can be copied and saved in various formats. This release also fixes a crash occurring on multi-core processors and compilation problems on some platforms.
Release Notes: This version has a completely new generator engine with support for SSE2, multi-core processors, different variants of fractals, and many optimizations for almost real-time user experience. The user interface has been completely redesigned and rewritten using Qt4 to make Fraqtive available for both Linux and Windows platforms.
Release Notes: This is the stable, polished, and localized version of Fraqtive.
Release Notes: Fraqtive now requires KDE. The GUI has been redesigned to follow the KDE guidelines. The application is fully functional, but some work is required with the manual and translation.