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Flying Meat Releases Acorn 6.1 Share This on LinkedIn   Share This on Google   Tweet This   Forward This

12 February 2018

Flying Meat has updated Acorn, Gus Mueller's image editing software for macOS X to version 6.1 The new version features Metal 2 support on macOS High Sierra 10.13 and later for faster panning, brushing, fills, and just a general speed improvement.

Additional improvements include bug fixes and the following:

  • Color icons are back and turned on by default.
  • Support for HEIC/HEIF encoding for 10.13.4 or later (Save As..., Export... and Web Export).
  • Support for opening EPS files.
  • When taking screenshots the Touch Bar is now included on a MacBook Pro.
  • Support for 30-bit image display for the new iMac Pro.

The Replace Color filter has a new option to ignore alpha when comparing colors.The $29.99 image editor is available as a 14-day free trial and may be purchased directly from Flying Meat.


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