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Photo Mechanic: Version 5 Build 18610
« on: June 08, 2017, 06:19:01 pm »
Hello Everyone,

We have a new updated build that solves a number of issues present in the 18327 build.  Please see below for release notes.

Mac:
http://www.camerabits.com/download/PhotoMechanic5R18610.dmg

Windows:
http://www.camerabits.com/download/PM5SetupR18610.exe

Version 5.0 Build 18610

Mac:
• On high DPI display systems (Retina) with best quality, the thumbnails in the preview would use the quality setting from the Preview preferences instead of the Contact Sheet preferences. This has been corrected.
• Fixed a crash that could occur when entering Full Screen mode and then using another dialog like the Upload dialog.

Windows:
• Fixed a problem in the Set Code Replacements dialog where the list box containing the paths to the Code
Replacement files would not scroll horizontally when paths that were wider than the list box were initially present.
• Fixed a problem that prevented Shift-E from sending the opposite preferred image type in a RAW+JPEG pair to the chosen editor.
• Fixed a problem with dragging and dropping items from one “column” to another in the Customize IPTC Stationery Pad dialog and leaving the item in both columns.

Both:
• Fixed an issue that keeps a computer from going to sleep when idle if Photo Mechanic was running. Audio playback blocked sleep. PM not only utilizes the audio system when a sound is actually being played rather than keeping an audio channel open on startup and keeping it open until PM was quit. This change may introduce a small delay in playing a sound, but in our testing it is negligible.
• PM will now recognize the Exif tag for Digitized Time in lieu of Capture Time if absent.
• Fixed a bug where black pixels or a shaded border would be produced when applying a crop that had an edge of the crop against the bottom and/or right of the source image.