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Darktable for Mac

Darktable 4.4.1

  -  65.7 MB  -  Open Source

Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Darktable 4.4.1.

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What's new in this version:

- Fix inverted and corrupted grow/shrink in Liquify module
- Fix FilmicRGB V7 CPU code path to disable the gamut mapping
- Fix Negadoctor CPU code path where clipping was not properly computed
- Fix snapshot label when containing non escaped characters
- Fix possible crash on Windows when using mask in the Color Balance RGB module
- Fix default value when editing the module's first instance name
- Fix top history module being reset to default values when not using the auto module naming
- Make sure OpenCL devices report at least v1. 2 support
- Add some missing support for mask distortion to modules changing ROI (Region Of Interest) while processing
- Fixed a spacing issue with text boxes in the metadata editor when one or more fields have been hidden by the user
- Fix a bug in colorspace transformation OpenCL code leading to CPU fallback
- Allow entering full preview mode when no image hovered or selected
- Fix a case where no default auto-preset were applied to the image. If a user's auto-preset is created for a module we want to disable the default auto-preset only if the user's preset is actually applied (meaning the filter on camera, lens, iso, aperture or exposure matches).