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Acorn 4.1.1 Boosts Layers, Shapes, More

19 September 2013 89 views No Comment

A great image editor that is affordable, easy-to-use, updated regularly and comes with a full palette of tutorials, that’s Acorn 4.

A great image editor that is affordable, easy-to-use, updated regularly and comes with a full palette of tutorials, that’s Acorn 4. This latest interim update brings plenty o’ fixes and feature tweaks — step inside for the details.

Acorn 4.1.1 (download)
— You can now drag multiple images from the Finder into the canvas or layers list and they will all be added as new layers.
— Change: No longer drawing handles when creating or modifying shape layer graphics.
— Better command-click selection behavior with overlapping shapes on shape layers.
— Added an alert when trying to delete from a bitmap layer when you have a layer filter enabled which is not set to preserver transparency (such as the Render Clouds filter). Otherwise you’d hit delete and nothing would seem to happen.
— Added warnings when using the draw/erase/brush/instant alpha tools on multiple layers at once.
— See full release notes for entire list

Acorn 4.1.1 is available on the Mac App Store ($49.99).

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