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1.1.1 alpha View readme details papercut-alpha-1-1-1-setup.msi 5.0mb Full setup First release built with VS2005 Enabled image rotation using a very slow method, and fixed a number of bugs related to importing arbitrary .off shape files from Blender. There are more edge conditions related to edge winding in OFF import. Hopefully they have all been nailed now, but the test cases take a bit of time to work through.  
1.0.299 alpha View readme details papercut-alpha-1-0-299-setup.msi 2.1mb Full setup Fixed bugs in 3D shape import and layout calculation. More complex 3D shapes came out unhinged, and layouts ended up with overlaps (this has been a problem for some time). The solution to the overlapping layout problem required a bit of computational geometry speculation which resulted in an interesting solution.  
1.0.298 alpha View readme details papercut-alpha-1-0-298-setup.msi 2.1mb Full setup First version with some level of 3D shape import. Other bug fixes include a bug which affected creation of Escher's solid.  
1.0.297 alpha View readme details papercut-alpha-1-0-297-setup.msi 2.1mb Full setup This is mostly a bug-fix release. There was a problem with the accuracy of angles in the rhombic dodecahedron which has been fixed. The shapedef syntax has now been expanded to support creation of the rhombic dodecahedron and other rhombus-based shapes. Other defects in the .shp file format have been corrected. The Escher's solid shape included with the distribution has been corrected based on the updated rhombic dodecahedron angles.  
1.0.296 alpha View readme details papercut-alpha-1-0-296-setup.msi 2.1mb Full setup Added rhombic dodecahedron. This is the first solid PaperCut is capable of producing with quadrilateral faces which are not equiangular. It is also a space-filling polyhedron. Fixed cumulation of non-equiangular quadrilateral faces. This enables Escher's Solid to be generated from a rhombic dodecahedron.  

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