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bitmaps into vector graphics: cr2v.exe - anyone have it?

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b0bcat
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bitmaps into vector graphics: cr2v.exe - anyone have it?

Post by b0bcat » 06 Nov 2019, 17:22

I was briefly experimenting with potrace and came upon references to the early, free version of a similar (MS DOS) program, cr2v.exe which apparently used to live (nearly 20 years ago) at http://www.celinea.com/demos/cr2v.zip - but the link is to another location which appears not to have been saved by Wayback Machine, and searching elsewhere has yielded nothing. Does anyone have the free-to-use cr2v.zip which they can link to please? tia

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Re: bitmaps into vector graphics: cr2v.exe - anyone have it?

Post by dpc » 07 Nov 2019, 23:16

CR2V seems to have been replaced by a Windows application called "VectorEye" in 2003.

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