Thursday, January 13, 2011

Pixelmator 1.6.4 | Mac Os X

Pixelmator 1.6.4 | Mac Os X | 35 MB

Pixelmator, the beautifully designed, easy-to-use, fast and powerful image editor for Mac OS X has everything you need to create, edit and enhance your images. Pixelmator is a layer-based image editor. You can quickly create layers from your photos, other pictures, from selections or even your iSight. Yes, Pixelmator can add a layer to your composition directly from your Mac™s little camera. Not only can you link and arrange added layers, but Pixelmator allows you to blend layers, change their opacity, create clipping masks or even add layer masks to hide some portions of layer. It even has iSight compatibility so you can have it take a picture and add it as a layer for editing.

Mac OS X 10.6
Core Image supported graphics card (recommended)
Some features require Mac OS X 10.6 Leopard and/or iLife.

What's New
Version 1.6.4:

Pixelmator 1.6.4 (Released on January 11, 2011)

New Features

• Faster and smoother Gradient Tool
• Gradient sharing
• Faster and more precise Selection Tools
• Faster JPEG compression and decompression (libjpeg-turbo support in other words)


• Ability to use the space shortcut when using Lasso Tool
• Ability to use the keyboard shortcuts (Command + Option + Arrow keys) to copy layers or selections
• Double-click in the gradients editor to add a new gradient color stop
• Intersect selection mode added
• Transparent gradient icons are correctly shown in the Gradients palette
• Ability to use the Option key to draw selections from the center now added
• Snapping enabled for all Selection Tools
• Option-click on a gradient thumbnail in the Gradients palette now does not remove the gradient; instead, it is used to duplicate the gradient
• Option–click-and-drag a brush in the Brushes palette now will duplicate the brush
• Minor Save for Web improvements
• Minor memory management improvements added
• Minor user interface improvements have been added

Bug Fixes

• A memory leak in the Magic Wand tool
• A bug that caused the eyedropper in the Apple Colors palette to pick an incorrect color outside the application
• A bug that sometimes caused XCF files not to open
• A bug that caused the Undo function not to work properly when using the Brush or Pencil tools
• A bug that caused the Last Filter command not to work properly after using the Fill command
• A bug that sometimes caused layer opacity changes after the Deselect command
• A bug that sometimes caused the type layer icon to appear cropped
• A bug that caused the inability to use some character symbols to name a layer
• A bug that caused the inability to change the color of a gradient color stop when double-clicking on it
• A bug that sometimes caused the gradient angle label to stay on-screen after using a gradient
• A bug that caused the JPEG-2000 quality slider not to work properly
• A bug that caused the transparent color wheel to appear in the gradient color stop contextual menu when picking a dark color
• A bug that sometimes caused layer thumbnails not to update after hiding and showing the Layers palette
• A bug that caused the inability to choose precise colors for gradient stops
• A bug that messed up Transform in the Move Tool after choosing the Layer via Copy command
• A few bugs that caused the inability to precisely move the contents of a selection
• A crash that occurred when using some blending modes on a new layer
• A crash that sometimes occurred when closing some PSD files
• A crash that occurred when exporting images with background layer opacity set to 0%

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