The Blender Foundation has released Blender 2.59, the third stable release of the Blender 2.5 series, representing the culmination of many years of redesign, development and stabilizing work.
What to expect in Blender 2.59:
- Big improvements in stability. Since the last version 140 bugs were fixed.
- Feature complete – Although some of the 2.5 targets have been postponed, such as multi-window support showing multiple scenes, a full RNA data level dependency graph, or radial menus.
- Changes – If you’re used to the old Blender, Blender 2.5 may seem quite different at first. Be prepared to read a bit about this, how to reconfigure things, and learn to use the new built-in 2.5 search functionality!