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Rebelle for Mac

Rebelle for Mac

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Rebelle for Mac is a digital painting software created by Escape Motions. It is designed to mimic traditional painting techniques, making it an excellent tool for artists who want to simulate the look and feel of using real paint and canvas on their computer. Rebelle is available for both Windows and macOS platforms and is used by digital artists, illustrators, and designers worldwide.

Rebelle for macOS
is a one-of-a-kind paint software that lets you create realistic watercolor, acrylic, wet and dry media artwork, using real-world color blending, wet diffusion, and drying.

The unique watercolor simulation was created by artist Peter Blaškovič as one of his experimental drawing projects. The initial vision was to create a paint program with the most natural painting tools. The appis designed for traditional painters and CG artists who want to explore and broaden their artistic repertoire, using the latest ground-breaking digital painting technology.

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Key Features

Realistic Brush Simulation: Rebelle's standout feature is its ability to simulate natural brush behavior, including watercolors, acrylics, and more. The brushes react to the canvas texture, wetness, and even tilt, providing an authentic painting experience.

Fluid Dynamics: The software accurately simulates the behavior of water and paint, allowing for realistic blending, dripping, and spreading effects.

Layers and Blending Modes: It supports layers and various blending modes, offering flexibility and control over your artwork.

Customizable Brushes: Artists can create and customize their brushes, adjusting settings like size, opacity, flow, and more to suit their needs.

Canvas Textures: Choose from a variety of canvas textures and customize them to achieve different painting effects.

Color Mixing: Like traditional media, it allows you to mix colors directly on the canvas, creating a more organic and intuitive painting process.

Stencils and Selections: Use stencils and selections for precise control over your artwork.

Reference Images: Import reference images to aid your painting process.

Export and Printing: Easily export your artwork in various formats or print it directly from the software.

Full Features

Realistic Brushes
  • Hyper-realistic painting tools
  • Wet tools: Oils & Acrylics, Express Oils , Watercolors, Gouache & Inks
  • Dry tools: Pencils, Pastels, Markers, Airbrushes
  • Metallic Materials - NEW/PRO
  • Pigment color mixing - PRO
  • NanoPixel technology - PRO
  • More than 250 brush presets - NEW
  • Favorite Brushes
  • State-of-the-art watercolor simulation
  • DropEngine for watercolor drips
  • Wet, dry and blow the wet painting
  • Tilt the canvas to get flow effects
  • Transparent, semi-transparent, and opaque watercolors
  • Watercolor granulation
  • Impasto engine for thick painting
  • Dirty brush for oils & acrylics
  • Multicolor brush for oils
  • Blend, Smudge and Liquify tools
  • Volume presets
  • Powerful Brush Creator - NEW
  • Brush line stabilization
Layers, Tools & Colors
  • Full-color ultra-realistic papers, canvases, and other art surfaces - NEW
  • Background structures - NEW
  • Creative stencils
  • Paths - NEW
  • Masking tools - Clipping Masks, Layer Masks
  • ‘Masking Fluid’ layer
  • Filter Layers - NEW
  • Clone and Fill tools
  • Patterns and Gradients - NEW
  • Gamma correction
  • Canvas and Image resize
  • Transform and Warp tools
  • Fractal image processing PRO
  • Selection tools & Magic wand
  • Layer groups
  • Color management - PRO
  • Color soft proofing - PRO
  • Gamut warning - PRO
  • Color filters and Color range
  • Image color tracing
User Interface

Rebelle's user interface is clean, intuitive, and artist-friendly. It resembles a real-world canvas and palette setup, making it easy for traditional artists to transition to digital painting. The toolbars are logically organized, and the canvas can be customized with various palettes and brush settings. Overall, the interface is well-designed, prioritizing the artistic experience.

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Installation and Setup

Installing the program is a straightforward process. You can download the software from the official website or FileHorse and follow the on-screen instructions. The software requires a valid license key for activation, which is provided upon purchase. It is compatible with both Windows (7 and later) and macOS (10.12 and later).

How to Use

Launch the Program: After installation and activation, launch the app.

Create a New Canvas: Click on "File" and select "New" to create a new canvas. Choose your canvas size and settings.

Choose Brushes: Select the brush you want to use from the Brush Library on the left.

Start Painting: Use your mouse or a graphics tablet to start painting on the canvas. Experiment with brush settings, colors, and textures.

Layers and Blending: Utilize layers and blending modes to add depth and complexity to your artwork.

Save and Export: When you're satisfied with your painting, save it or export it in your preferred format.

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Can I import custom brushes into Rebelle?
Yes, it allows you to import custom brushes, giving you the flexibility to create and use brushes tailored to your style.

Is Rebelle suitable for professional artists?
Absolutely. Many professional digital artists use the software for its realistic painting simulation and advanced features.

Can I use Rebelle for concept art and illustrations?
Yes, Rebelle is well-suited for concept art and illustrations, offering a wide range of brushes and tools.

Does Rebelle have a trial version?
Yes, you can download a free trial version of the app to test its features before purchasing.

What file formats does Rebelle support for exporting?
It supports various file formats, including PSD, PNG, JPG, BMP, and more.


Corel Painter: Corel Painter is a well-established digital painting software known for its vast brush library and realistic brush simulation.

Adobe Photoshop: While not specifically designed for digital painting, Photoshop offers powerful painting tools and is favored by many artists.

Clip Studio Paint: Clip Studio Paint is popular for its versatile features, including comic and manga creation tools.

Krita: Krita is an open-source digital painting software with a strong community and an extensive set of features.


For private individuals, enterprise and schools, commercial use.

Rebelle 7 - Price €66.99

The award-winning painting software with intuitive interface that lets you create realistic oil, acrylic, watercolor, wet and dry media artworks.    

Rebelle 7 Pro - Price €111.99

State-of-the-art solution for artists seeking the hyper-realistic behavior of various painting mediums supported by the latest technology.

Recommended System Requirements
  • Mac OS 11 and newer, Wacom compatible tablet.
  • Intel i7 (6th gen or newer), equivalent AMD processor, or Apple Silicon (M-series) chip.
  • NVIDIA gtx760 for FullHD, NVIDIA gtx1060 for 4K screen, or equivalent graphics card, a graphics card with 2 GB RAM.
  • 16 GB RAM.
  • 1,5 GB hard disk space.
  • Realistic brush simulation
  • Fluid dynamics for water and paint
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Customizable brushes
  • Wide range of canvas textures
  • Color mixing and blending options
  • Supports layers and blending modes
  • Higher learning curve for beginners

Rebelle is an exceptional digital painting software that successfully bridges the gap between traditional and digital art. Its realistic brush simulation, fluid dynamics, and intuitive interface make it an invaluable tool for artists looking to create authentic digital paintings.

While it may have a steeper learning curve for beginners, the results it can achieve are well worth the effort. With a reasonable price point and a free trial option, Rebelle for macOS is a must-try for any digital artist seeking a more organic and natural painting experience.

Note: Limited functionality in the demo version.

Also Available: Download Rebelle for Windows

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What's new in this version:

Rebelle 7.1.7
- New "Show Reference Image on Canvas" added to the menu: View -> Show -> "Reference Image on Canvas" and to Keyboard Shortcuts -> View
- The "Removed" folder for deleted items has a better folder structure (e.g. brushes, brush sets, color sets, gradients, mixing palettes)

- Fixed: Liquify crashed after canvas resize
- Fixed: Painting strokes crashed during processing of tablet events
- Fixed: The main window lost focus when switching tools while the Properties panel was near the right side of the screen
- Fixed: Corrected pen pressure and rotation at the beginning of strokes
- Fixed: Copy & paste of a layer could crash when canvas size was changed before pasting
- Fixed position of Rulers, Reference Images, Stencils, and Paths after changing Canvas Size
- Fixed warp of a selection on an empty layer
- Fixed slower rendering for Deform, Perspective, and Warp
- Motion IO: The simulation bounding box wasn't recomputed after the LOAD event. This is crucial especially when importing data into the "water" layer.
- Motion IO: The LOAD event's "function" parameter wasn't parsed properly, falling back to the "replace" function regardless of the given value
- Fixed crash with unconfirmed Deform, Perspective, and Warp after hitting 'Esc'

Rebelle 7.1.6
- Added possibility to change the color and opacity of Rulers and Paths to Preferences > Color
- It is possible to use the Warp, Deform, and Perspective tools separately for the layer and the mask.

- Rulers hide when the Canvas Size / Image Size tool is selected
- Rulers become inactive when the Transform is active
- Motion IO: Show the generated random seed in stdout for further reproducibility with the SET_RANDOM_SEED event
- Motion IO: Normal output written to stdout, only warnings and errors written to stderr so that wrapper scripts/apps can forward warnings and errors further to users

- Rulers' position is kept after the canvas is resized
- Spinboxes do not react to slow dragging with the stylus
- Fixed shape of transformation box when selection is transformed
- Fixed multiple issues with the Liquify tool (crashes and undo/redo related artifacts)
- Fixed: The Smudge tool is now remembered when last selected
- Fixed: Metallic Materials didn't work in some cases
- Fixed: "Merge Visible Layers" sometimes removed hidden layers
- Fixed artifacts with Alpha Blending modes combined with Background Textures and Dual Brush
- Fixed small brush cursors disappearing at certain zoom levels
- Fixed UI: Active gradient is deselected when another gradient is selected
- Fixed info dialog when brush presets are reordered within a brush set
- Fixed loading of brush sets from Favorites Brush Set Library to Favorites panel
- Fixed occasional crash when the Color panel is opened
- Fixed: Resizing of the Color panel with splitter should now work correctly

Rebelle 7.1.5
- Ellipse tool: Added button to reset tool back to circle with no rotation
- Added info message when a path cannot be converted into a selection
- When a color set has been modified in the Color panel and another color set is picked from the Library, Rebelle asks if the changes should be saved or not. When saved, the changes are saved into the original color set.
- The size of the color wheel can now be adjusted inside the Color panel using the newly added splitter
- Reverse action is now possible with the 'Alt' shortcut for Liquify - Expand, Liquify - Pinch, and Liquify - Push Left

- The name and position of the new layer after merging is obtained from the layer at the bottom instead of the layer at the top
- Reference images now share state between the desktop and tablet mode
- Changed the text for tablet device selection from 'Windows 8+ Pointer Input' to 'Window Pointer Device'
- Larger handlers for 'Color Range' and similar sliders

- After deleting an item from the panel (Stencils, Paths, Structures, or Reference Images), the next item is now automatically selected and activated on the canvas
- Stencil, Path, Structure, or Reference Image menu now deactivates when the item is deselected
- crash when clicking on the Stencil, Path, Structure, or Reference Image menu
- crash when changing the color of the Stencils in Preferences while a stencil is active on canvas
- In some cases, Create Selection from Path did not display the information that Path must be active
- Resetting certain stencils (e.g. circle/rectangle) moved them a couple of pixels from their original position
- crash with Undo when canvas with structures was resized
- After merging layers, Undo sometimes returned layers to the wrong order in panel Layers
- square artifacts that could appear while using watercolor brushes with Pigments
- artifacts appearing while drawing with watercolor brushes using 'Paint Blending' mode other than Default in 'Brush Creator' while Pigments are active
- closing of Rulers panel after loading artwork saved with an inactive ruler
- Some SVG files imported to the Paths panel caused a crash when switching their visibility
- saving of the last used color set
- The Color History panel on macOS now displays next to the Color panel
- Color Library icons when DPI was changed
- Shortcuts now work after the focus is on the Color panel's HEX line
- preview after Filter dialog is opened
- resetting of preview for Filters: Curves, Levels, and Lens Blur when the dialog window is closed with the X button
- import of brush set as .zip file
- Shortcuts 'Shift' , and 'Alt' are now correctly released after switching from Rebelle to another application
- import of WEBP file format to Reference Image Library

Rebelle 7.1.4
- When "Use Alpha" in the Fill Tool is checked, the area is filled with a new color and original alpha, instead of blending with the background

- crash when removing reference image (and possibly path, structure, stencil)
- 'Reset' / 'OK' / 'Cancel' buttons for Deform, Perspective, and Warp transformation tools for the mouse
- occasional crash when using Deform, Perspective and Warp
- redo with Stencils with activated border
- state of the Stencil menu when the stencil is not active
- crash at importing non-openable SVG, an error message pops up instead
- state of Reference image panels when the "Show | Hide Reference Image" button is used
- Pressing the "Fast Dry" button in the Layers panel could cause not working keyboard shortcuts
- issue that could cause the paint to be mixed too strongly in 'Paint & Mix' paint mode with 'Linear Opacity'
- NanoPixel Export could create green artifacts on borders on paper with deckled edges
- Converting artwork color profile could cause artifacts after undo/redo
- saving artwork if it contained a reference image that could not be loaded from disk, instead a tooltip "File not found" is displayed
- crash connected to Guides, Navigator panel, and panels in general
- possibility to lock aspect ratio using 'Shift' for selection
- state of Libraries buttons after closing them with a stylus
- Several other crashes fixed

Rebelle 7.1.3
- Pattern & Gradient Fill selected position is now locked. You can change the gradient beginning and end; and pattern offset and rotation.
- Image imported to the Reference image Library is added as a linked image
- Added "Copy linked image to Library" option in the right-click context menu for adding imported linked images to the Reference Image Library
- Images in the Reference images panel are now automatically saved to the .reb file
- Added possibility to add groups for Shapes / Grains Library in the Brush Creator
- Changed the Favorite Brush Sets icon in the Library, it contains the number of brush presets
- Trial dialog: When Activate fails, the user can log out

- Modifying a layer (e.g. painting a short stroke or clear/cut layer) quickly after Undo / Redo and then invoking another Undo / Redo caused an unrecoverable data loss in the current layer (the bug caused loss of an entire layer, undoing caused the parts of the artwork to reappear in squares)
- Fixed export for large artworks (e.g. 4x4 NanoPixel size) saved a blank white file
- Fixed crash while transforming multiple layers at once using fractal mode
- Fixed crash while using Transform tools
- Fixed crash when deleting items from the Library
- Fixed crash if the imported Path file was not opened correctly
- Undo / Redo transforming a layer mask could cause artifacts
- Exporting artwork with deckled edges, hidden paper, or any semi-transparent pixels to JPG or BMP formats that don't support transparency is now correctly blended with a nontransparent black background without "pixelation" and color artifacts
- Ruler, perspective, and ellipse tools are now loading properly from .reb files
- Shortcuts for ruler, ellipse, and perspective can also switch the tool off
- Painting had a delayed start while using the perspective tool
- Fixed pattern icons in the Patterns Library
- Fixed opacity slider for the Blend tool
- After the confirmation of the selection for Deform, Perspective, or Warp tools on an empty layer, the selection remains on the canvas
- 'Alt' in the Clone tool would activate the Pick color tool instead of position picking while rulers/ paths were active
- If the Brush preset uses the Default brush color, the color changes are remembered until the preset is reselected
- Layer, Stencil, and Path are updated correctly when using gestures for transformation
- Blending mode/material of the new layer, created after merging layers is now set more accurately
- Transforming a deselected layer with Mask Opaque / Mask Transparent now keeps the mask in the original position
- Canvas Bounds now display while Deform, Warp, or Perspective transformation is used
- Perspective tool sometimes displaced the transformed object
- Control points of Deform, Warp, or Perspective now snap correctly to Grids, Guides, and Canvas Bounds
- Resetting the position of the imported image now places it in the original position
- Fixed Undo / Redo when working with Stencils, Paths, Structures, and Reference Images
- Fixed rendering of icons when color management is enabled for Stencils, Reference images, Paths, and Color panels
- Panels are now centered when Rebelle is first launched and the very first time a panel is displayed
- Fixed scale of sliders' handle in the Color panel when DPI is changed
- Deleting the currently selected item from the Library now works
- Mixing palette colors were changed incorrectly when reloading the .reb file
- Fixed impasto noise when tapping with brushes

Rebelle 7.1.2
- Added "Thick Impasto" checkbox to Brush Creator -> Paint -> Oils & Acrylic Impasto for a more pronounced impasto. The option is by default active for Rebelle 7 brush presets and inactive for Rebelle 6 brushes.
- Added outline for structures displayed when placed over the edge of the canvas

- After the confirmation of the selection for Deform, Perspective, or Warp tools, the selection remains on the canvas
- Selection area adapts to changes made with Deform, Perspective, and Warp tools
- Clicking outside the Deform, Perspective, and Warp transform box now confirms the transformation
- Larger manipulating area for control points for Deform, Perspective, and Warp tools

- Fixed: Custom paper surfaces now work correctly with activated Height maps
- Fixed: Aspect ratio is locked by default when transforming a selection (bug in R.7.1.1)
- Fixed: First placement of Structures, Paths, Stencils, and Reference images
- Fixed: The state of the buttons in Reference images is now remembered within the REB file
- Fixed: Sudden change in the size of the Library panels on macOS

Rebelle 7.1.1
- Added 'Legacy Paper Mode' for brushes, found in Brush Creator -> Paint -> Canvas Texture Influence. This mode disables Heightmaps and uses the Paper Texture Scratch mode from Rebelle 6.
- Painting is now possible right after placing the Path or Stencil on canvas, no need to confirm first
- Added 'Lock' option for Paths and Structures
- Added 'Lock Aspect Ratio' option for Stencils, Paths, Structures and Reference Images
- Added possibility to filter groups in Favorites Tool and Libraries

- Reverted change from 7.1.0 for the Oiliness slider
- Reverted change from 7.1.0 for the Pressure slider
- Pressure slider now again directly influences opacity of Shape, Dual Brush, and Background textures (in 7.1.0 it would only influence them if their respective opacity parameters used pressure-controlled curves)
- When the Ruler is activated on the canvas, Paths are visualized as dashed lines and become deactivated and their menus hide. Upon closing the Ruler tool or enabling Paths, Paths revert to their normal state (if the Ruler tool was activated, it is subsequently deactivated)
- Added random placement of Stencils, Paths, and Structures on canvas
- Minimal size of Stencils, Paths, and Structures set to 10 px
- Removed 'Hide' option for Stencils, Paths, Structures, and Reference Images
- Adjusted transparency and color of the Stencils, Paths, Structures, and Reference Images menu
- Hidden Reference image stays hidden during transformations
- Added 'Rename' and 'Remove' options for the Reference images panel's context menu
- The 'Reset' option in the menu for Stencils, Paths, and Structures resets the scale, rotation, flip, and invert. Does not reset position.
- The 'Reset' option in the menu for Reference Images resets the scale and rotation
- Visual settings for Metallic materials are saved into the .reb file
- Change in the behavior of the group filter - if there is only one group in the panel, the box for filtering groups will be hidden

- Fixed crash when opening or closing the application
- Fixed: Change of default paint curves for Express Oils from 7.1.0 is now correctly applied
- Fixed impasto structure behavior with Smudge enabled
- Fixed: 'Smudged Lines' curve editor could be showing incorrect labels
- Fixed color artifacts on a clipping layer when it had a layer mask with gray areas
- Fixed: Canvas preview in Navigator and Preview panels had incorrect size (cropped)
- Fixed image import when Stencils, Paths, Structures, or Reference Images are active on canvas
- Fixed menu of Stencils, Paths, Structures, and Reference Images when Stencil is active on canvas
- Fixed: Stencils generated from selections or layers are now positioned accurately according to where they were created
- Fixed: Layers were not correctly displayed on canvas in some cases of the 'Show/Hide layer' sequence
- Fixed: Importing from Photoshop via the Photoshop plugin now respects the 'Import image without profile' policy in Color Management Preferences
- Fixed: Labels in the 'Canvas Size tool' panel change their width according to the label text
- Fixed: The state of the "Use Paper Heightmaps" option in the 'Select Canvas' dialog is stored in the .reb file
- Fixed: The state of the Library panels is remembered
- Fixed icon style in the Library panels and Gradients when UI is in Light theme
- Fixed: Sudden change in the size of the Library panels on macOS
- Fixed: Primary color changed when a grid was active on the color palette
- Fixed: Repositioning of multiple merged panels docked on the left or right side of UI when painting behind them
- Fixed: Shortcut for Pause Diffusion now disabled when Liquify tool is in use
- Fixed: When changing the color set, the default color order is no longer reset, the selected color order is used for colors from the new color set

Rebelle 7.1.0
- Upgraded papers and art surfaces, better height map ray-tracing
- Revision of the brushes for better painting. Download 7.1 brushes from this link, drag & drop them into the Rebelle application, and new groups will be created.
- Revised global pressure curves for Express Oils, Watercolors, and dry media
- New UI for editing stencils, paths, and structures on the canvas
- Multiple stencils, paths, and structures can be used on canvas at the same time
- Ability to set "Scale" for patterns in the Fill tool
- "Refresh Content and Libraries" added to 'Help' menu to reload the content from the user folder into panels and libraries (without restarting Rebelle)
- Added "Ctrl+Shift+{" and "Ctrl+Shift+}" default keyboard shortcuts for changing Pressure brush parameter
- Updated languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Chinese-traditional, Korean, Greek, Slovene, Ukrainian, and Slovak

- Oiliness slider in the lower values is more pronounced for Oils & Acrylics and Express Oils
- Pressure parameter (from Properties panel, hidden by default) now limits maximum pressure used by various pressure-controlled brush features except brush and dual brush size.
- Pressure parameter is visualized (grey area) inside curve editors that are affected.
- Dual Brush and Background Textures blending modes that remove alpha (for example Multiply) removed less alpha with lower Opacity parameter values (from Properties panel). This has been corrected.
- "Weight Curve" editor has been renamed to "Depth Curve" editor
- Changed UI behavior for Libraries, add item to current panel with one click (Color Set, Stencil, Path libraries, etc.)
- Show/hide multiple stencils, paths, and structures from panels
- Updated UI for Filter layers: When Filter Layer is created, settings open automatically
- Highlighted Filter layer icon when hovering over the layer icon
- Changed tooltip in the side panels to "Unpin/Pin Panel"

- Brush splat rotation is now more precise in "Follow Trajectory" mode
- Fixed: Dual Brush now removes alpha smoothly in "Use for Stroke" mode
- Fixed: Painting with dry tools could remove some flowing paint
- Fixed: Locking the angle in Transform mode is now working
- Structures: If the canvas was tilted, structures were cut incorrectly in Edit mode
- Structures now appear correctly when more layers are used
- Stencils: Names were not set correctly when loading
- Show -> Canvas Bounds now show up correctly while editing Structures, Paths, and Stencils
- Fixed Canvas Resize after reference image transformation was active on canvas
- Fixed crash when switching from Stencils and Fill tool
- Fixed: Reference Image's Edit mode is now canceled correctly after hitting 'Esc'
- Fixed stuck cursor after resizing a brush with 'Ctrl' and hitting 'Alt' to pick color
- Fixed: Icons, links, and tooltips for links now appear correctly in the Reference Image panel
- Fixed: Reset Layout to default now resets Libraries as well
- Fixed: The order of the color swatches in color set was reversed upon restarting Rebelle
- Fixed "Don't need to confirm Pick Color tool with the mouse button" setting for Warmer / Cooler colors shortcuts (Alt+W / Alt+C)
- Fixed resetting of Hue and Saturation value when Lightness is set to 0
- Fixed: Entering values manually via the keyboard in the Filters dialogs did not work
- Fixed: Zoom/move the canvas and rotate is possible with Filter dialog window opened, even though the default keyboard shortcuts for these actions have changed
- Fixed: Docked panel tabbed with other panels now shows correctly after using the shortcut for showing this panel
- Fixed saving of REB file with color sets with unsupported characters (e.g. "&",...)
- Fixed: Color panel now loads .colors file, .txt file and PNG files correctly as a color set
- Fixed: Preview and Navigator panels sometimes stopped being updated
- Fixed crash after changing selection while Fill tool editor is active
- Fixed washed-out colors on wet areas while Fill tool editor is active
- Fixed reset pen pressure of Curve editors when switching to another curve
- Fixed crash when background textures were used with some texture scales
- Fixed: When Color Management is enabled, imported image without color profile behave according to Preferences "Paste/import images without profile"
- Fixed artifacts on images with hidden canvas saved through NanoPixel export

Rebelle 7.0.7
- multiple crashes with NanoPixel (OpenGL crash)
- light color artifacts when painting with Pigments on Apple M chips
- shortcuts after 4-finger swipe with trackpad on MacOS
- Structures are now rendered correctly with colored papers and 'White Simple' paper
- user interface for Rulers after undo
- overlay icons for actions; show/hide water, pause simulation doesn't appear after activating NanoPixel
-: The order of paper colors was reversed each time Rebelle was started
- "Order by Lightness / Hue" when the color set is changed
- sensitivity of "Adjust color with keyboard shortcut" for Warmer Color / Cooler Color shortcuts
- For watercolors, the Nanopixel detail texture in max. zoom (2000x) has better blending with the paper texture
- The state and position of Library panels are remembered when Rebelle is closed

- The 'Opacity' slider can be adjusted for Filter layers
- Added possibility to resize pinned Library panels (except library panels in Brush Creator)
- Added possibility to dock Library panels left and right (except library panels in Brush Creator)
- Added a new info window for 'Favorite' brushes when adding brush set to the 'Brush Set Library' informing about the number of groups and brush presets
- When zooming in with Nanopixel (zoom cca 300x - 500x), the paper texture is better blended with the NanoPixel detail texture, lowering the posterization effect

Rebelle 7.0.6
- Fixed crash - adding a Structure right after creating a new artwork
- Fixed crash - opening a reb file with Path
- Fixed crash - selecting a Path after opening a reb file with Path
- Transform Selection didn't apply aspect ratio
- Reset Transform (Stencils, Paths, Structures, Ref. Images) works properly also when the object is flipped
- The stencil's lock state wasn't updated properly after the edit
- Loading a reb file with Structure, Stencil or Path caused various issues
- The layer group expanded/collapsed state is stored in .reb file
- Guide lines were multiplied when .reb file was saved and loaded
- NanoPixel issue with white edges when using oils may be fixed
- NanoPixel On/Off thin and thick paint is similar (it is not 100% the same, the code is different)
- Imported user-made .png as background paper is inverted: paint on white areas now
- Curve editors now show pressure levels influenced by the Pressure Sensitivity setting
- The curve in Pressure Sensitivity looks better and more realistically represents the pen pressure
- Fixed collapse/uncollapse of the docked panels, also when multiple panels tab-stacked
- The size of the undocked panel should be correct
- Choosing the "Standalone license" in the installer on Windows clears the "Floating license" setting if it was chosen in the previous installation
- When locking transparency for the active layer and after that performing Transform/Warp/Deform/Perspective, the transparency mask is now properly updated