Flying Meat Ships Acorn 4.0.2, Slashes Price to $29.99
The image editor for this human? Flying Meat’s Acorn 4, of course, which is easy on resources yet very powerful. While this particular update contains garden variety bug fixes, Acorn 4.0.2 is now available on the Mac App Store for $29.99, a 40 percent discount off the regular price.
Acorn 4.0.2 (14-day trial)
— Fixed a bug where Merlin (the filter HUD) wouldn’t always work correctly on first click on the canvas after adding a new filter
— Fixed a bug where double clicking a text box when you had another shape selected at the same time would cause color changes on all the selected shapes
— Fixed a bug where RAW import window wouldn’t update the image when you typed in values for some of the input fields
— Requires OS X 10.8 or later
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.
Need more reasons to get the “the image editor for humans”? Flying Meat offers a range of Acorn tutorials covering the 150 new features in version 4.x — solid documentation, easy-to-use at a great price.
And, yes, I will be paying $29.99 to the upgrade…
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