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Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1
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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 trying to use the draw / erase / brush / instant alpha tools on multiple layers at once.
Tiny speed improvements with Flood Fill (Mr. Paint Bucket), Instant Alpha, and the Magic Wand.
Better rounding in the window status bar for canvas sizes displaying in centimeters and inches.
Acorn is a little smarter about sizing the Layer Filters palette when the Window ▸ Gather Palettes menu item is used.
Fixed a bug with the destination in layer blend mode.
Fix: Fixed a bug where the corner radius of a shape would get reset.
Fix: The Quick Config popover wasn't showing up if your cursor wasn't in the canvas. Now it does.
Fix: The cursor location in the canvas wasn't being updated when making gradients or drawing out shapes. This bug has now been squashed.'
Fix: When scaling an image with shapes that had gradients on them, the gradients weren't being scaled along. This is now fixed.
Fix: The freehand selection tool no longer shows a dashed line when making selections on shape layers.
Fixed a bug where the marching ants selection marker guy wouldn't draw correctly at oddball zoom levels like 57%.
Fixed a bug where duplicating a layer by dropping it on the + button in the palette wouldn't select it right away. BTW_ you can duplicate a layer by dragging it from the layers list onto the + button in the palette if you dind't know that already.
Fixed a bug where drawing with the pencil tool and then holding the shift key to draw a straight line from the last point wouldn't work.
Fixed a bug where using the Bump Distortion Linear filter would cause redraw problems.
Fixed a the shading of the 1024px version of the Acorn icon.
Fixed a bug where making multiple images in a row would cause the dimensions of the new image window to increase each time if you had the units set to centimeters.
Fixed a bug where deleting the very first element in a bezier path would sometimes also delete the last one.
Fixed a bug where sometimes the Web Export preview window wouldn't center images.
Fixed a bug where the selection bounds in the palette wouldn't update correctly when switching open images.
Fixed a bug where the background blur filter didn't look correct at zoom levels less than 100%

Everyone needs to edit images at some point, but not everyone has the time to learn complicated super pricey image editing programs. This is why we created Acorn. Add text and shapes to your digital pictures. Combine images together to create your own. Work with layers to touch up your favorite photos or make something new from scratch. Do all this and more with Acorn.

Speed: Acorn 4 is a lot faster than its predecessors. And applying filters to large images is a snap.

Layer Styles and Non-Destructive Filters: Acorn has all of the filters you're looking for, and even includes a great interface to chain filters together to create unique effects. You can even save and modify your filters after you've closed and re-opened your Acorn image.

Curves and Levels: Use Acorn 4's new curves window and levels sliders to quickly adjust the color balance in your images.

Layers: Use layers and blending modes to make the most of photo editing by allowing easy placement of text and other objects without destroying the picture underneath. Layers allow you to try things out, and change your mind later on.

Tutorials and Documentation: Acorn comes with online documentation, tutorials, and a forum, so you don't have to learn by yourself.

Text: Acorn's text tools give you control over text while maintaining an easy to use interface. Everything is in the text palette from bold and italic to kern and ligature. There's even spell check. Convert your text into a Bezier Path to take it to the next level. Since Acorn's text tool uses OS X’s native text engine, you get full Unicode support.

Drawing: Acorn features brushes that let you draw, scribble, and sketch right on your image. Use a track pad, mouse, or even a tablet. Create your own brushes using Acorn's built in brush designer.

Erasing: Powerful eraser tools like Instant Alpha and eraser brushes make removing unwanted areas of your image both fast and fun.

Layer Masks: Use layer masks in your image to block out unwanted areas or to expose layers below.

Gradients: Acorn's multi-stop gradients place endless combinations of colors at your fingertips. Add and remove colors simply by dragging and dropping them in and out of the gradient preview window.

Vector Shapes: Acorn makes creating shapes in your image a breeze. Vector shapes let you make squares, circles and lines, and you keep the flexibility to change things later on. Add and subtract points from Bezier paths and rotate your shapes with the flick of a wrist. And if that wasn't enough- Acorn 4 introduces intersect, union, exclusion, and difference operations on selected shapes.

Screenshots: As long as Acorn is open, press the Command-Shift-6 keys while in any application. Acorn will make a screenshot of your entire screen. Your image will be brought into Acorn immediately, ready for work.

Selections: Make selections, invert them, feather, and even add a corner radius. Use Quick Mask mode for intricate selections. Or, if you're looking to quickly select an entire color, try using the Magic Wand.

Web Export: When you need to get that image size smaller and still looking good for the web, take a look at Web Export. Acorn provides an estimate for the export file size and lets you compare the compressed version to the original.

Photoshop Files: Acorn now offers improved support for loading PSD images, and for exporting your images as layered Photoshop files.

Performance: Acorn goes all the way up to 64. Bits that is. Faster performance means less time spent waiting and more time for creating.

Automate and Script Acorn: Automate Acorn using Automator, AppleScript, and even JavaScript by way of JSTalk. And there are plenty of examples for you to build on. You can even write custom plugins for Acorn using the Python scripting language, JavaScript, as well as Objective-C.

  • Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1
  • Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1
  • Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1
  • Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1
  • Acorn - The Image Editor for Humans 4.1.1