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Version 2.3.7 has been released!

Canon .CR3 support is added in this release. For now, it only extracts the embedded JPEG thumbnail from the CR3 RAW file, instead of decoding the RAW file itself. This is due to the limitation of LibRAW at the moment.


LibRAW, MediaInfo libraries and ExifTool have been updated to the latest versions.


A potential race condition has been identified and fixed, so hopefully, the spinning wheel is fixed for some users.


Apple's recent release of Mojave 10.14.5 has fixed a couple of issues affecting ApolloOne. One of them is blank thumbnails in Contact Sheet when there are more than 1200 thumbnails. Apple introduced this bug with Mojave 10.14.4. The other one is black vertical line in Full Screen mode when user toggles the Inspector or Folder Browser off. This bug has been there ever since 10.14.1. This latter bug is not fixed on all machines even with 10.14.5, as least it still occurs with my late-2015 MacBook Pro. I think the display driver is the culprit, as it does not occur in 10.14.4 with my 2019 iMac with Vega48 GPU, but it occurs with almost all other machines I've tested with.


There are some other minor bug fixes and enhancements as well.


Enjoy!


PS - a price increase of US$5 for the Full Version Upgrade will start on June 1st. So if you like ApolloOne, be sure to take advantage of the current upgrade price.

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