Acorn 4.0.3 Delivers Bug Fixes
Fast, affordable and easy on system resources. Flying Meat’s initial public release of Acorn 4 was actually v4.0.2. Given that, the first post “whole number” interim update is quite naturally v4.0.3, which is chock full o’ tweaks and patches.
• Acorn 4.0.3 (trial)
— Fixed a bug where App Store versions of Acorn wouldn’t aways correctly save a .acorn file
Updated to the latest Vector Boolean sources which fixes some bugs when unioning shapes
— Fixed a bug where dragging multiple selected layers from the layers list into another canvas wouldn’t copy all the layers
— Change: When selecting a filter preset, you can now hold down the shift key to have it add to any existing filters on the layer
— Fixed a bug where choosing a filter preset wouldn’t update the display when you had a previous filter selected
— Change: Acorn will no longer throw up a dialog box when using AppleScript to trim and there’s no transparent pixels to trim to
— Fixed a bug where you couldn’t set the color for a selected range in a text box
— Fixed a bug where the Levels tool wouldn’t work correctly with non-rectangular selections
— Fixed a bug where the Exclude Paths command didn’t always work with overlapping shapes
— Fixed a bug where the levels histogram wasn’t showing up correctly on MacBook Airs
— Fixed a bug where the color and text palettes would incorrectly appear sometimes when pressign the tab key to unhide all the palettes
Acorn 4 is available Mac App Store for $29.99 (new user and upgrade price), a 40 percent savings off the usual $49.99 MSRP — this offer ends on May 31.