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Version 3.0.7 has been released!

In this release, we fixed some regression bugs, one of them is causing images larger than 24 mega pixels not displaying properly on Intel Macs (M1 Macs are not affected).


We also fixed a database upgrade issue preventing metadata from being saved for fast searching.


We also added the ability to add IPTC and XMP tags that are not present in the image. You can access this function via the context menu in the EXIF Info page of the Inspector. Please refer to the Help book under Inspector Panel on how to use it.


You can also edit all IPTC and XMP tags now under the Inspector.


These new features require subscription or perpetual license purchase.


We also enabled copying files where destination folder is the same as the source folder so that you can make backup copies of the files by checking the option "Rename Duplicate Files" on copy.


The Maps will now let you go into Hybrid / Satellite mode if the image does not contain any GPS coordinates.


You can now save the option for Unconstrained and Custom crop in the Crop Panel.


Due to an Apple App Store review issue, the Install script button is now hidden in the Startup & Delete page. To access this button, you need to open and close the Preferences dialog 10 times, exit the app, and launch it again.


Enjoy!

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