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Pixelmator Pro Automator actions are now up to 5x faster when processing large amounts of images. This update includes fixes for a number of related color management issues, including: Numerical RGB values in the Colors window changing in different color spaces. Issues with keeping the colors of Styles and Effects in sync with the document color space. Keeping all letters in the same color space when editing text layers. Correctly matching colors when pasting layers from documents in different color spaces.
Correctly matching the colors of effects, color adjustments, and layer styles when pasting between documents in different color spaces. When switching between documents while editing text in a text layer, unnecessary undo steps were registered.
When pasting long passages of text, it would wrap incorrectly. Copying and pasting text within Pixelmator Pro would sometimes scale it by 2x. When cropping images using the Delete mode, Pixelmator Pro would occasionally stop responding. The My Templates shortcut menu was not working in languages other than English. In macOS The Font pop-up menu would sometimes get stuck and it would not be possible to change fonts.
If a photo has been cropped nondestructively, the new Vignette will be applied to the cropped image. Performance in compositions with a large number of layers has been improved again, this time layer moving and editing is up to 10x faster in some cases. The last used soft proofing profile will be remembered across different documents, so you can now preview a new document with the last used profile by simply pressing the Command-Y keyboard shortcut.
The Clone tool has been improved with: Smaller brush spacing for a much smoother cloning experience. When cropping, you can now move the crop area using the arrow keys.
The quality and performance of the Freeform Pen tool have been much improved — fewer vector points will be added to the lines you draw to reflect how vector paths are usually drawn manually. When drawing a path with the regular Pen tool, you can now split the direction line of your current anchor point as you add it by pressing and holding the Option key.
In the middle of drawing a path with the Pen tool, you can now also edit any visible direction lines by Command-dragging to move them, or Option-dragging to split the two sides of a direction line and move each individually. The Replace Color adjustment is now better at replacing black, white, and shades of grey.
When adjusting gradient fills added with the Style tool, you can now move the position of the gradient by dragging the gradient direction line on the canvas. Using the color picker to change the color of partially selected text in a text layer would not work. When using the Styles, Effects, or Color Adjustments tools and picking colors with the color picker in the Colors window, undo steps would not be registered.
Type tool presets were not being displayed correctly on macOS When adding effects from the Generator group, layer thumbnails would not be displayed correctly.
The Smart Erase tool was not erasing in all areas of an image. The appearance of the buttons the Trim Canvas dialog would be incorrect while the dialog was sliding in to appear. The Sharpen tool was not working correctly at all Zoom levels. Clicking to add a line shape would place its endpoints between pixels by default.
The new Show Source Marker option for the Clone tool lets you show and hide the occasionally inconvenient source marker. It was not possible to undo text color changes after selecting text in a text box and using the sliders in the Colors window to change its color with a Force Touch trackpad.
When using Export for Web to export images at 2x and 3x scale factors, shape layers would not be exported correctly. When applying certain effects to layer masks, Pixelmator Pro would sometimes stop responding. The new ML Super Resolution feature lets you increase the resolution of images without blurriness or reduced quality using state-of-the-art machine learning.
ML Denoise has been significantly improved, bringing between 2 to 4 times more accurate noise analysis and removal. The Image Size and Color Depth dialogs now have help buttons, leading you to the relevant help pages. Changing the Resolution value in the Image Size dialog will now change the pixel size of an image under all circumstances, rather than only with print units selected. Using the painting and retouching tools as a scrolling action was ending would not be possible, now these tools will start working as soon as scrolling stops, no matter when the painting action was started.
Duplicating a selected part of a layer with nondestructive effects applied to it would cause Pixelmator Pro to stop responding. After changing the size of an image or using ML Super Resolution , the visible part of the canvas will be preserved. The maximum range of the Sharpen color adjustment has been extended to pixels. Because it was prone to causing confusion, resizing images using the Bilinear algorithm will be destructive, just like the other algorithms are.
After upscaling images using ML Super Resolution, certain pixels would become very slightly transparent. The Add Sketch command would create a new document rather than insert the sketch into the existing document. Selecting part of an image, deleting the selected area, undoing the edits, and repeating the same steps again would result in the layer disappearing.
Attempting to export layers that have only numbers in their name using the Export for Web tool would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly.
Sometimes, editing shape layers within groups would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. The incredible new editing extension brings the entire Pixelmator Pro app to Photos.
The all-new zoom tool lets you zoom and navigate around images with ease. The Crop tool now has a Delete mode, redesigned presets, and the ability to crop to custom sizes. Create new images using image size templates for a variety of iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch devices. The incredibly powerful new Photos extension lets you edit images using Pixelmator Pro without ever leaving the Photos app. Save layers and other nondestructive changes directly to your Photos library and sync between computers via iCloud.
Enjoy support for all Pixelmator Pro keyboard shortcuts in Photos. Effortlessly zoom and scroll images with the brand new Zoom tool. Use the Navigator to navigate around large images while zoomed in. Check out the updated Crop tool — it now has a Delete mode, redesigned presets, and the ability to crop to custom pixel sizes. Use the new Delete mode to permanently delete unwanted image areas after cropping.
Crop presets have been moved to the Tool Options pane, freeing up more editing space for your image. Flip Vertically and Flip Horizontally commands are now available in the Crop tool. Copying and pasting layered files from Finder or your desktop works, too. The Paint and Erase tools have been redesigned, moving presets into the Tool Options pane, highlighting individual brushes, and freeing up editing space for your image.
The Slice tool has also got itself a makeover, incorporating its presets into the Tool Options pane. The template chooser now includes a Devices category with iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and other screen sizes. Significantly improved performance when editing images with a large number of layers.
Pixelmator Pro now supports gradients and layer styles from the original Pixelmator. Items in the Info bar are now double-clickable so you can quickly change the size, color profile, color depth of your image or choose the Arrange tool. The Option-L keyboard shortcut now shows or hides the Layers sidebar. When using the Repair or Clone tools, the Sample All Layers setting will now be disabled when a layer has effects, adjustments, or styles as this produces unexpected results.
Pixelmator Pro presets in Automator will now update as soon as they are changed in Pixelmator Pro without having to quit the app. When exporting to PDF, you can change the color profile of the exported image in the Export dialog. Pressing and holding the Shift and Command keys while using the Free Transform tool would not highlight the Skew button. Pressing and holding the Option, Command, and Shift keys while using the Free Transform tool would not highlight the Perspective button.
The Cancel button was not working in the Open progress dialog. Colors in the Touch Bar were not being matched to the document color space. Along with Command-clicking, you can now Control-click and secondary click the document title to see the document path. Using the Enter key to select a blending mode from the blending mode pop-up menu would not work.
Dragging and dropping hidden layers to the Finder would export empty images. Layers created using the Cut and Paste commands would sometimes be positioned incorrectly. On rare occasions, the Grain effect could cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. In certain cases, when cropping images with masked layers using the Delete mode, Pixelmator Pro could stop responding. When opening photos using the extension, if the associated Pixelmator Pro file is in iCloud Drive, the extension will attempt to download it before opening.
If the extension cannot save to iCloud Drive, it will try to save to the Pictures folder instead. If that also fails, you will be offered to save the layered file to a custom location. The layout of the reshaping tools in the Touch Bar was incorrect. The keyboard shortcuts for changing the visibility of the Tools sidebar, switching between the Thumbnails and List view in the Layers sidebar, and inverting selections were incorrect.
Failing to open a photo using the extension would cause it to quit unexpectedly. Now, an alert will be shown and the preview of the photo will be opened instead. It was previously possible to attempt open the Photos extension while it was still loading, which would cause it to quit unexpectedly. With filtering and searching, finding just the layers you’re looking for is easier than ever.
Clipping masks let you effortlessly clip the contents of one layer to the shape of another — even layer groups and nested shapes! You can now change a layer’s opacity settings and blending mode right in the Layers sidebar.
Pixelmator Pro now opens any photos taken in Portrait mode together with a handy layer mask. Tabs are awesome so Pixelmator Pro will now use tabs by default. Several additional keyboard shortcuts make it easier to select, organize, and duplicate layers. Match the look of any photo using the incredibly intelligent, machine learning-powered ML Match Colors. Use Free Transform to easily adjust perspective, skew, distort, and even resize layers using different image scaling algorithms.
Easily color-code layers using handy color tags to make important objects easier to spot or bring some extra organization to advanced illustrations and designs. Filter layers according to layer type images, text, shapes, and groups , color tags, or both. Quickly adjust layer opacity and blending mode right in the Layers sidebar. Use clipping masks to clip the contents of one layer to the outline of another — even layer groups or nested shapes! Add clipping masks from the shortcut menu in the Layers sidebar, by Option-clicking between two layers, or from the Format menu.
Release a clipping mask by double-clicking the arrow in the Layers sidebar. When opening Photoshop documents with color tags, they will now be both opened and saved. Convert into Pixels is now a fully-fledged rasterize button and will rasterize any layer, including image layers with adjustments, effects, layer styles, and transformations.
When converting hidden layers into pixels, they will no longer be rasterized into empty layers. Double-clicking any shape — including Smart Shapes — will now make it editable.
Exporting documents with layer styles in effects in Photoshop format has been much improved. Fixed several blur issues with converting certain kinds of layers groups and shapes with effects into pixels.
Copying and pasting selected content would sometimes result in blurring. On rare occasions, resizing the crop box while holding the Command key would blur the image or leave 1 pixel-wide lines at its edges. Documents containing many layers with lots of nondestructive styles and effects would sometimes have unwanted vertical and horizontal artifacts.
Pixelmator Pro will now always use tabs by default and remember your window size and position for all new documents. Use the new Comics effect to quickly apply a comic book-style to any image — you can find this effect in the Stylize category. A number of new keyboard shortcuts make it easier to select, organize, and duplicate layers. Option-Left bracket [ and Option-Right bracket ] let you select one layer up and down.
Option-Comma , and Option-Period. Option-Arrow will now duplicate layers and move them by 1 pixel. Option-Shift-Arrow will duplicate and move by 10 pixels. Zoom performance improvements speed up zooming in documents with many layers.
Pressing the Return key while drawing a path will now close the path. The Repair tool progress bar will no longer be shown when making quick, small repairs. The Brightness adjustment is now more precise in images with extreme tonal ranges. Previously, the Channel Mixer used our perceptual color model to make prettier adjustments.
Attempting to use the Color Fill or Gradient Fill tools on text or shape layers will now create an empty new layer and fill that instead of doing nothing at all. Whenever possible, Pixelmator Pro will try to preserve the font face when changing font family. Improved compatibility with certain kinds of text layers in Photoshop documents. Pixelmator Pro was performing slowly in the latest version of macOS on certain , , and Mac computers.
This version includes a workaround with a fix. Due to new font smoothing introduced in macOS Holding the Z key to choose the Zoom tool would make Pixelmator Pro beep inappropriately. Layers would incorrectly snap to grids based on non-pixel units. New documents created from text or shape layers in the clipboard would not be correctly aligned to the canvas.
After dragging to rearrange parts of text within a text layer, changes would be undone incorrectly. Pixelmator Pro workflows in the Automator app were not working correctly when RAW files would be automatically converted to Pixelmator Pro format using the Auto Enhance action. With the incredible ML Match Colors, you can now match the colors of different images using breakthrough machine learning. The all-new Free Transform tool makes it a breeze to freely resize objects, adjust perspective, distort, skew, and rotate.
When dragging and dropping objects into compositions, press and hold the Command key to automatically use ML Match Colors on the inserted object. Transform layers using four different modes — Free, Skew, Distort, and Perspective.
Choose from 3 unique algorithms — Bilinear, Lanczos, and Nearest Neighbor — when transforming individual layers and layer groups. The high-quality perspective transformation algorithms in Pixelmator Pro better preserve image detail compared with other image editors.
Use the grid when transforming to guide your transformations or turn it off, if you prefer. When transforming, press and hold the Command key and drag any handle to temporarily distort instead of resizing. Press and hold the Shift and Command keys together and drag any handle to temporarily skew.
Press and hold the Option, Shift, and Command keys together and drag any handle to temporarily adjust perspective.
When resizing, press and hold the Shift key to constrain proportions. Press and hold the Option key to resize from the center. Automatically center inserted objects by pressing and holding the Shift key while dropping them into your composition.
Constrain Proportions will now be enabled for RAW layers by default. You can now drag and drop colors from one color well to another. Improved zoom performance for compositions with a large number of layers. When using the Repair tool, its progress indicator will now appear on the canvas rather than below the toolbar.
When inserting objects, a progress indicator will now appear on the canvas. Display P3 has been promoted to a common profile within the color profile list. When pasting shapes with masks, masks would sometimes be copied incorrectly. Layers would sometimes flicker when erasing any areas around their edges.
When using the Clone tool, the source indicator would remain visible on RAW layers. A partially transparent outline of the Open dialog would sometimes remain visible after opening images. Cropping using custom aspect ratio presets would sometimes be imprecise. Original Pixelmator documents with non-standard color profiles would be opening with shifted colors. When creating a selection with multiple layers and using certain nondestructive tools, the Deselect command would not work correctly.
When opening Photoshop documents, PPI settings would not be correctly preserved. When resizing layer groups with certain effects applied, layers could disappear at specific scales.
With an all-new light appearance, Pixelmator Pro adapts seamlessly to the light and dark modes in macOS Mojave. Batch process images using five powerful Pixelmator Pro actions inside the Automator app. The performance of all the brush-based tools, such as the Paint tool, retouching tools, and reshaping tools, has been improved.
A bigger brush size limit, better Quick Selection tool performance, and a range of stability fixes round off this update. The Color Balance adjustment has a brand new design, inspired by professional color grading tools. When using the Image Size command, you can now choose from three image resizing algorithms — Bilinear, Lanczos, and Nearest Neighbor. A gorgeous new light appearance lets you experience Pixelmator Pro in a whole new way — and you can change appearance any time in Pixelmator Pro preferences.
Use ML Enhance to automatically improve the look of any photo using a machine learning algorithm trained on millions of professional photos. Create even richer, more vibrant graphics and designs with colorful SVG fonts — the Gilbert Color font is included with this update.
Accent color support means the buttons and sliders in Pixelmator Pro will now match your preferences. You can now change the color of the Pixelmator Pro window background in Pixelmator Pro preferences. After hiding and showing the Pixelmator Pro Tool Options pane, certain buttons would not be updated when using the Arrange tool. When scrolling inside the brush size text field to resize the retouching and distort tools, the ratio between the brush size and scroll speed was incorrect.
Closing a document while using the Quick Selection tool would occasionally cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. The Color Selection tool was not working correctly in all images. The performance of the painting, retouching, and reshaping tools has been improved. The maximum brush size has been increased from to pixels. You can now invert the brush Shape and Grain textures by clicking the word Shape or Grain below the preview and choosing Invert.
Improved preset importing experience: after importing a collection of brushes, the new collection will become active, after importing some custom shapes, the Shapes palette will become visible, after importing effect or adjustment presets, the Effects and Color Adjustments tools will become active. Brush previews will now be generated without slowing down the interface, which should speed up importing collections of large brushes.
When opening images from Aperture, Pixelmator Pro will now attempt to save changes back to the original image. The Color Adjustments and Effects tools will now be opened more quickly. Hovering over a gradient color stop and color midpoint will now show its position.
Adjusting character spacing while having the insertion point between two characters will now change the spacing between those two characters. The look of the text selection background color in macOS Mojave has been improved. The thumbnails of small layers are now more accurate in the Layers sidebar and Presets bar.
When selecting an empty layer while the Color Adjustments or Effects tool is active, thumbnails in the Touch Bar would not update correctly. When a document is opened with a layer group selected, the Arrange tool will now be updated correctly. Fixed a number of graphical glitches that would appear while painting, such as vertical and horizontal lines, rendering issues, and parts of brushstrokes not appearing after until after the mouse was released. Fixed a memory leak with closing documents that have group layers.
Improved handling of brush textures — the orientation of the brush texture previews will now be correct. Masked areas will now be preserved when exporting images using Export for Web with a non-1x scale. Undoing and redoing canvas size changes will no longer shift objects. When painting quick brushstrokes, the ends of the stroke would sometimes be rendered incorrectly. Fixed an issue that would make Pixelmator Pro quit unexpectedly when using certain selection tools. Using the Reveal Canvas command would occasionally blur layers in certain situations.
The Crop and Slice buttons would not be highlighted in the toolbar when selected. Fixed an issue that would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly if a document was immediately closed upon opening. Closing a document while zooming would occasionally cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. Pixelmator Pro would sometimes quit unexpectedly when opening certain kinds of Photoshop documents.
The Color Balance adjustment has been redesigned and can now be edited using color wheels inspired by those used in the cinema industry to color grade films. Along with adjusting the color tints of the shadows, midtones, and highlights, the new Color Balance now includes sliders for adjusting their brightness and saturation as well. A Master wheel lets you adjust the Color Balance of an entire image at once. Color Balance can also be improved automatically using the ML Fix feature, trained on millions of professional photos.
Bilinear is the standard resizing algorithm, good for most uses. Lanczos can preserve small details better when upscaling and downscaling. The Grain adjustment has been improved to apply photographic grain more naturally, especially when an image has small details and large grain particles.
Use two new Automator actions — Scale Images and Trim Images — to batch resize images and batch delete transparent or solid colored areas from the edges of images.
The last used document size now appears as an option in the template chooser. The currently active tool will be marked with a checkmark in the Tools menu.
Dragging a layer from the Layers sidebar onto the export preview without having created any slices will now create a new slice. ML Enhance will now be unhighlighted if an adjustment is removed.
The look of the Curves adjustment has been improved in macOS Mojave. All edited curves will now be visible when editing all channels, not just RGB. The Trim Canvas command will now work better with thin images.
Fixed various situations where effects ropes were not in sync with the image. The thumbnails of empty masks applied to empty layers would not be visible. On rare occasions, closing a document would make Pixelmator Pro quit unexpectedly. The new Export for Web feature gives you a modern way to easily prepare your images for the web with export presets, Quick Export options, and advanced PNG compression.
The new Slice tool lets you divide designs into individual images and optimize each one separately. Thanks to SVG support, you can now open, edit, and export resolution-independent vector images. Quickly create vector shapes from selections in your images. This update adds a whole bunch of new effects — a gorgeous Light Leak effect, stylish Bokeh, Spin blur, Noise, Clouds, and more.
The Selective Color adjustment can now be applied automatically to improve individual colors in an image using machine learning. Change the histogram type when using the Color Adjustments tool by Control-clicking the histogram and choosing a new type. You should now be able to select, move, and start editing layers in complex documents much more quickly. Large and complex documents should now be opened much faster — in some cases over 10 times faster. This update brings lots of other improvements, including extended ranges for a number of blur effects, improvements to adding and managing guides, and more.
Advanced Compression lets you shrink image sizes to the smallest possible without losing quality. See handy live previews when formatting text and adjusting layer blending.
Use Select Color Range to make selections of precise colors or entire color ranges. Learn all about using Pixelmator Pro with easy to follow video and text tutorials on the new Tutorials page. The Pixelmator Pro Help menu has been improved and now shows search results from the online user guide.
When moving guides, their position will now be shown in the current ruler units rather than pixels. Dragging a guide while holding the Shift key will now snap the guide to each ruler tick mark. You can now show or hide each of the buttons in the Pixelmator Pro toolbar. This blue tint comes from a special orange mask — a result of the film developing process — being inverted if you look at the color wheel, blue is the opposite of orange.
The image scan can also be easily affected by the color balance of the light source used when scanning. The three eyedroppers next to this menu are the Black, White, and Gray point pickers.
Start by choosing the Black point picker and click the area in your image you think should be pure black. Next, choose the White point picker and select an area of your image that should be pure white, and finally, choose the middle, Gray point slider and select an area of your image that should be a neutral grey. Tip Sometimes, it can be difficult to distinguish the darkest and brightest areas in a flat inverted photo. To give yourself a more workable image to begin with, you can take advantage of the Auto Color adjustment.
Easily turn any image into a stunning pattern of colors and shapes with the beautiful Kaleidoscope effect. Instantly preview over inspiring effects in the Effects Browser.
Choose the one you like and simply drag and drop to apply it to your image. Pixelmator is a layer-based image editor featuring an easy-to-use Layers palette, twenty-seven Blending Modes, Layer Masks, and Clipping Masks, so you can create stunning image compositions.
Twenty-seven blending modes come with painting tools and layers to help you boost the color of your images, create double-exposure effects, or beautifully enhance your artwork.
The Layer Masks and Clipping Masks features give you flexibility to hide and reveal parts of your image totally non-destructively. Customize the look of layer by applying non-destructive effects like shadows,gradients, outlines, or reflections to beautifully enrich your compositions. Use any of the gorgeous Layer Style presets to instantly enhance your images, or create your own presets for later use. You can download more Pixelmator Team-designed presets here.
Wipe away or clone objects in your image. Adjust the lightness and saturation in specific parts. Sharpen or softenjust the areas you want. And use any of the tools together to make all of your photos picture perfect.
Several new shape collections have been added and others have been rearranged, so there are now 10 collections: Basic, Activities, Food, Objects, Arches, Science, Animals, Plants, Organic, and Symbols. All shapes are pixel-perfect — this means their vector points perfectly align with pixel boundaries, ensuring any icons you create won’t have any unwanted blurring.
Thanks to support for the M1 Ultra chip, Pixelmator Pro flies when performing machine learning-based tasks on the latest Mac Studio devices. Tasks like automatic background removal, super-resolution, and photo enhancement are up to 1.
The Scrubby Zoom mode makes it easier to zoom images when using a graphics tablet or mouse. When using the Zoom tool, you can simply drag your image horizontally — like scrubbing video controls — to zoom in and out. When using other tools, first press the Space key, then the Option key to temporarily activate the Zoom tool. If you’d like to, you can change the scrubby zoom scroll direction from horizontal to vertical using the following Terminal command: defaults write com.
You can now create masks by Command-dragging layers onto other layers. You can also copy and paste masks between different Pixelmator Pro documents.
You can now set the frame rate and duration when exporting Motion projects. The Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys can now be used to increment and decrement values in text fields. Press and hold the Shift key to use bigger increments. Use the new Option-Right Arrow and Option-Left Arrow keyboard shortcuts to adjust the character spacing of selected text.
Added support for a few more Adobe Photoshop adjustment layer types. Improved SVG writing and reading for better compatibility with other apps.
Clipping masks will now be preserved when exporting SVG files. When replacing images using the Replace Image feature, file sizes will now be better optimized in certain situations. Sometimes, part of the Pixelmator Pro workspace would be hidden when exiting fullscreen. When creating an effects or color adjustments layer from an empty layer, its mask would not be preserved. Color Adjustments and Effects menu items and their keyboard shortcuts would be inactive if the Crop tool was turned on.
Effects with adjustable opacity would sometimes show incorrect opacity values. The width of the fonts menu was incorrect with certain fonts. Pixelmator Pro would quit unexpectedly when importing Pixelmator Classic brushes. In certain situations, opening the Brushes browser would make Pixelmator Pro quit unexpectedly.
Opening photos stored in iCloud will now automatically download full-resolution versions of these photos. Any changes you make in the Photos app — for example, if you rearrange or rename your albums, add or remove photos — will now instantly appear in the photo browser. It is now possible to change the colors of shapes and Color Fill effect right in the Layers sidebar.
To open the color picker, double-click the layer thumbnail. You can now quickly convert color adjustments applied to a layer into a color adjustments layer. Option-scrolling to zoom using MacBook Air trackpads would sometimes work incorrectly. Changing the image size would not scale the grain size and sharpen radius of the Grain and Sharpen color adjustments layers.
Added a few shape-related stability and performance improvements and fixed an issue with shape thumbnails. Thanks to the new shapes browser, finding and inserting shapes into your designs is now quicker and easier than ever. Find the new shapes browser in the Shape tool’s options pane, the Add Layer menu at the top of the Layers sidebar, or add the new shapes browser button to your toolbar.
Seamlessly browse your entire shapes library without switching between different shape categories. The photo browser is now even more stable and powerful, bringing a smoother image browsing and search experience. Use the new Zoom slider to change the size of image thumbnails. Add images to favorites using a Favorite button in the toolbar. Preview image names by hovering the pointer over their thumbnails. The photo browser will now show progress when downloading photos from iCloud and when indexing image search results.
You can now Control-click an image thumbnail to access a shortcuts menu with additional image opening options. Option-click the Open button in the photo browser to open the original, unedited image for images edited in Photos or using third-party extensions. If an image fails to open, Pixelmator Pro will show more informative errors to help you troubleshoot issues quicker.
You can now add and edit layer styles of multiple selected layers. Original styles — fills, strokes, and shadows — applied to each individual layer are kept. You can also add, paste, and reset layer styles, color adjustments, and effects of multiple layers at a time. When exporting an image multiple times during the same editing session, Pixelmator Pro will now remember the last used document color profile setting.
Advanced shapes exported to Motion file format will now be more accurate. You can now reset all Crop and Quick Export presets to default. The Reset All option will appear when pressing and holding Option while in the preset shortcut menu. Images with certain effects would sometimes look different when exported. Pixelmator Pro would occasionally stop responding when saving changes. Trying to load a Photos library that’s been deleted or removed with an external storage drive would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly.
Use the new Shrink Text to Fit feature to automatically reduce the size of text when it’s too big for its text box or path. Pressing Shift-Enter while typing will now continue text from a new line instead of a new paragraph. You can now quickly preview images in the photo browser by pressing the Space bar. Replace layers, shapes, and save custom shapes more quickly using new shortcut menu options and main menu items. When inserted, larger images will be automatically resized to fit the canvas.
Thanks to performance optimizations, editing complex compositions is now 5 times faster. Memory management has also been improved to fix and prevent memory-related issues. Automatically select the subject of any image — also with just a click. Easily make advanced selections of challenging image areas — even hair or fur. Use Smart Refine to turn a rough selection into a pixel-perfect one. Automatically remove any traces of the previous background from the edges of objects.
Export files to Motion format to create motion graphics more easily than ever. The design of the Export for Web tool has been refreshed to make it easier to use. Use the new Distribute Spacing feature to easily evenly space objects of different sizes.
Use the new Remove Background feature to automatically remove the background from any image with just a click. Find this new feature in the Pixelmator Pro toolbar, the Edit menu, by pressing the Shift-Backspace keyboard shortcut, by pressing and holding the Command key when dragging and dropping images into Pixelmator Pro documents, as a Quick Action in the Finder, and when Control-clicking image layers in the Layers sidebar.
The new Select Subject feature lets you automatically select the subject of any image — also with just a click. Note that this feature works especially well on macOS 12 and devices powered by the M1 chip. Thanks to the new Select and Mask tool, you can now make advanced selections of challenging image areas — like hair or fur — with ease. In the Select and Mask tool, you’ll find a redesigned Smart Refine feature that turns rough selections into accurate ones automatically.
When using the Select and Mask tool, you’ll also find a Refine Edge Brush that intelligently makes accurate selections of edge areas. To see your selection in more detail, you can try different selection overlays, like On Red, On White, or Black and White.
Once you’ve refined your selection, choose to ouput it to a selection, a mask, a new layer, or a new layer with a mask. In addition to the Select and Mask tool for refining and creating selections, we’ve added a Refine Mask tool for refining and creating masks. Use the Decontaminate Colors feature to remove any traces of the previous background from the edges of objects. The Pixelmator Pro actions in the Shortcuts app have been updated to be able to remove backgrounds and create subject masks from any image not just portrait images.
The Export dialog now features an option to export images at custom sizes and scale factors. The last-used export location will now be remembered app-wide rather than for each document. A progress indicator will now be displayed when using the Denoise feature. When exporting images to custom sizes using the Export dialog, the Bilinear algorithm will now be used for resizing rather than Lanczos.
When exporting to PNG using the Export dialog, small images with no color profile would be a little larger than they could be. The Custom Size option in the Export dialog would remember sizes incorrectly. Outlines for completely straight paths drawn with the Pen or Free Selection tool would sometimes be displayed incorrectly. When using the Select and Mask tool, outputting a selection of a RAW layer to a new layer would create graphical artifacts. So, we added support for complex shapes using vector masks!
We were planning to only add support for vectors in Motion but, at the beta testing stage, we had quite a few request for image layers too. However, as we added support for image layers, we decided we could do this too. Image masks on all layer types are supported! If you apply a Gaussian blur using the Effects tool in Pixelmator Pro, it will be preserved when you export it to Motion. Pixelmator Pro features a huge number of Shortcuts actions, including a Convert Image action that lets you convert between different image formats.
And you can now use that action to convert files to Motion format! Super happy we were able to add this too. Certain SVG filters and effects are now supported — gaussian blurs, drop shadows, and inner shadows, including SVG 2 drop shadows. Text support has been greatly improved, including support for path text, multiline text, text with multiple styles in spans, better whitespace handling, and more. SVG masks are now supported, both clipping paths and image masks.
Blending modes in SVG files were previously not supported — they are now. Added the ability to constrain the proportions of objects in SVG files, both when importing and exporting. Fixed an issue that would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly when closing documents.
On Apple silicon-powered devices, the speed of advanced PNG compression has been greatly improved. You can now choose to keep or remove transparency when exporting WebP images optimized for the web.
The new Distribute Vertical Spacing and Distribute Horizontal Spacing features let you evenly space objects of different sizes. Pixelmator Pro actions in the Shortcuts app were not working with a larger number of images — they should now be able to handle hundreds of images and work faster than before. When using the Pixelmator Pro actions in Shortcuts to export images for the web, remove noise, match colors, or increase resolution, the Pixelmator Pro app would stop responding while these actions were being processed.
Square images would not be resized with the Pixelmator Pro Resize Images action. The View and Window menus have been rearranged to make the View menu a little more compact, moving window-related options to the Window menu. When exporting SVGs using the Export for Web tool, hidden layers will not be included in the final file.
The Image Size keyboard shortcut was not working with Japanese keyboards. With certain effects on shapes in PSD files, they would be opened incorrectly. Compatibility with certain third-party cloud storage providers has been improved. Support for masks in projects exported in Motion format has been improved, adding the ability to extend the lifetime of object masks. This fix was added by our colleague in Kharkiv, who’s been working with us for over a year now.
Although he’s on indefinite paid leave, he saw this bug was an easy fix and pushed it to our git repo. Almost immediately after, he had to run down to his local bomb shelter as the Russian army started shelling residential areas of his city.
The Pixelate effect will now be automatically applied from the top left corner of the image. The default position for the Pattern Fill effect will now be from the top left corner of the pattern image rather than its center to make presets that use this effect function more reliably. The decimal point can now be used as a decimal separator even in locales that use commas for decimals — if it’s the only separator, points will be considered the decimal separator.
If you’d like to disable text field math, use the following Terminal flag: defaults write com. Fixed a few cases where text field and tooltip values would be displayed as -0 or Document opening progress would sometimes be displayed incorrectly. You can now use the following Terminal flag to switch to package-type document saving: defaults write com. Find 28 powerful Pixelmator Pro actions in Shortcuts, including our entire suite of machine learning-powered tools.
Easily create portrait effects with automatic portrait masks for any photos inserted with the FaceTime camera. Use the beautiful new Bokeh blur effect to apply realistic photographic blurs to images. Pixelmator Pro can now open photos you’ve edited in Pixelmator Photo for iPad. Pixelmator Pro is now fully compatible with and works great on macOS 12 Monterey.
To show you what Shortcuts can do, we’ve also included 6 very cool sample shortcuts — find those in our What’s New window. The new comparison slider lets you see a split view of any layer with and without edits applied to it. To turn on the slider, you can Option-click the Show Original button in the Tool Options pane when using the Color Adjustments, Effects, retouching, and reshaping tools.
Or, you can force click your image while using the Color Adjustments and Effects tools. When inserting image layers using the FaceTime camera, these will now include portrait masks to make it easier to blur or remove backgrounds and add effects to your FaceTime photos.
Use the new Bokeh blur effect to apply beautiful photographic blurs to images. Thanks to support for importing. Get machine learning-powered suggestions for eye-catching crops with just a click.
Instantly fill any layer with a color by dragging and dropping from the new color picker in the toolbar. Automatically paint brush strokes along paths, layers, and selections using any brush in your collection. The redesigned Type tool now includes a text size slider, advanced spacing options, and other improvements. An all-new engine for opening and saving Adobe Photoshop documents significantly improves support for PSD features such as text, effects, and many others.
When opening or exporting PSDs with shapes, these layers will now be preserved as vectors. The Crop tool has been redesigned and now features an ML Crop button that provides suggestions for how you could crop your photos to make them more eye-catching.
The Crop tool will now be much faster with large documents that contain many layers. New perspective correction sliders will let you adjust the perspective of images right in the Crop tool. The Quick Fill feature adds a way to quickly fill images, shapes, and text layers with a color using the magic of drag and drop.
You can drag and drop from any color well in the app onto any layer in your image or even onto layers in the Layers sidebar. The new color well in the Pixelmator Pro toolbar will now display both your foreground and background colors and let you switch between them. The Stroke with Brush feature lets you automatically draw brush strokes along any image layer, shape, or selection, using any brush in your collection. You’ll see a live preview of your brush stroke as you adjust its basic and advanced settings.
You can also simulate tablet pressure and set a maximum pressure location for your brush strokes. The redesigned Paint tool features an all-new brush browser with the ability to search for brushes by name.
After changing the settings of a brush, you’ll also be able to update the selected preset with just a click. The Paint tool now includes a Smoothing feature that will automatically smooth your brush strokes as you paint.
The Type tool has received a makeover and now includes a text size slider, buttons for changing text size in small increments, a text field, and text size presets, bringing a wide variety of ways to resize text. The new Advanced Options action pop-up menu makes character spacing, baseline, baseline shift, and ligature options easier to reach.
The new Spacing section lets you adjust line height and the space before and after paragraphs. The new Indents section gives you a way to adjust paragraph indents for the first line and the left and right sides.
Double-clicking the thumbnail of a text layer will now choose the Type tool. Character spacing can now be set much more precisely, with the ability to enter decimal values. The options for adjusting the color of the Pixelmator Pro window background have been updated, adding presets specifically designed for working with images of various colors. To quickly change the color of the window background, you can now Control-click anywhere outside your image. The color of the checkerboard will now adapt to dark and light appearances.
The Selective Color adjustment will now appear above the Color Balance adjustment. When deleting cropped areas, line shapes that are partially outside the canvas will no longer be deleted. Pressing and holding the Option key while dropping layers into your compositions will now turn off automatic layer naming. Option-Command-clicking a layer thumbnail will now load a selection according to the grayscale values of an image. You’ll also find this in the Edit menu when pressing and holding the Shift key.
After starting to paint a brush stroke, the shape and grain textures would be mixed up in certain cases. Sometimes, when using pressure-sensitive tools, the first brush stroke would be painted without taking pressure into account.
After changing certain options using buttons in the Arrange and Style tools, undo steps would not be registered. After selecting colors from swatches in the Touch Bar, undo steps would not be registered. The layout of the presets in the template chooser would be incorrect after copying certain layers to your clipboard. When inserting very large PDF documents as layers, these would be cropped. The Show Original button was not working in the reshaping tools. This update includes no changes to the Pixelmator Pro app itself but fixes an issue with our Mac App Store video.
The new Copy Merged command lets you copy your entire layered composition or selected area as one image. Pressing a modifier key while the Hand tool is active would cause Pixelmator Pro to stop responding.
When adjusting angle options in the Style tool, using the arrows would reset values. The layout of path text was incorrect in various situations. Many more advanced text features in PSD files are now supported in Pixelmator Pro, including symbol sizes and capitalization. The rendering of effects has been significantly improved, too. More properties of ABR brushes are now supported, bringing much improved ABR brush import, including support for bit brushes.
When editing the vector points of shapes, pressing the Escape key will now exit editing without unselecting the shape. The selected appearance of the Info button in the toolbar has been updated to better match the look of macOS The appearance of the View button in the toolbar has been updated. In rare cases, Pixelmator Pro would quit unexpectedly with certain Type tool settings customized in the Touch Bar. The performance of the Refine Selection tool’s Expand slider has been improved.
It would not be possible to quit Pixelmator Pro after certain long-running actions. After viewing a video tooltip and closing it, the tooltip would continue to use resources even after being closed.
When using the Shape tools and previewing blend modes with no shape selected, Pixelmator Pro would quit unexpectedly. Occasionally, the app would quit unexpectedly when closing documents.
In certain files, timezones in EXIF timestamp data would be handled incorrectly. The color of the Pixel tool could not be changed in images without an assigned color profile. Line height in PSD files would be handled incorrectly in certain cases. The thumbnails of Pixelmator Pro files would sometimes be pixelated. Refine Selection would not work correctly when the selection being refined contained the entire image.
Full, native support for the incredible M1 chip means Pixelmator Pro is blazingly fast on M1-powered Macs and tools like ML Super Resolution are up to a staggering 15x faster. To match the fresh and modern look of macOS 11, Pixelmator Pro also features a new unified toolbar and a beautiful new app icon.
An interface redesigned from the ground up with a beautifully modern Mac appearance, a new Effects Browser, workspaces for photography, design, painting, and illustration, interface customization, and much more. Recover much more detail in the shadows and highlights of photos. Use the Export for Web tool to export WebP images and create export presets. When opening ProRAW photos with depth masks, they will now be included as layer masks.
The fourth version of ML Super Resolution brings improved upscaling of high-contrast textures, better compression artifact removal, including removal of WebP compression artifacts, and better noise removal.
An improved plug-in two, in fact brings full-size Pixelmator Pro file previews in the Finder and thumbnail syncing across iCloud-enabled devices. With full support for LUTs, you can now edit the colors of images using color presets created in other apps. Intelligently convert LUTs into color adjustments using machine learning magic. A set of 48 LUTs in 5 different collections created by the Pixelmator Team is included with this update.
Almost every part of the Pixelmator Pro interface has been meticulously fine-tuned and refreshed to make it even more intuitive. The gorgeous new Effects browser makes it easier than ever to find and apply effects, featuring live effect previews and instant search. Full interface customization lets you customize Pixelmator Pro in any way you like.
Choose from four new workspace presets for photography, design, illustration, and painting. The new, more compact presets browser makes it easier to browse and apply color adjustment, effect, layer style, and shape presets. Thanks to preset collections, you can now group related presets and even share collections with others.
Native support for the incredible new M1 chip lets you take full advantage of the power of all the new Apple silicon devices. Thanks to its entirely Metal-powered editing engine, Pixelmator Pro can use the unified memory architecture of Apple Silicon to greatly speed up image editing. With a dedicated Neural Engine in the M1 chip, the Core ML-powered features of Pixelmator Pro will see huge performance boosts of up to a staggering 15 times.
A beautiful new app icon makes Pixelmator Pro feel right at home in your Dock. The new unified toolbar, new-look icons, and all-new native controls make Pixelmator Pro a truly native macOS 11 app. Quickly zoom your images in and out using the new Zoom slider in the unified toolbar. Find 7 new color adjustment preset collections, including Cinematic, Modern Films, Vintage, and Urban. Speed up creating designs with beautiful new shape collections like Nature, Science, Education, and more.
A range of beautiful new layer style and gradient presets will make your text, shapes, and illustrations look even better. Full app customization gives you complete freedom to customize the position of the Pixelmator Pro Tools and Layers sidebars, the buttons in the new unified toolbar, and the list of visible tools. Change the position of the Tools sidebar, the Layers sidebar, and the tool list, saving your favorite workspace layouts as presets. Customize the Pixelmator Pro toolbar, adding handy new controls like Document Info and the new zoom slider.
A Hand tool for scrolling images is now available — its keyboard shortcut is the H key. The Clone tool can now be selected using the O keyboard shortcut. The Custom Shape tool has been renamed to Shape, it has a new shape browser, and can be selected using the U keyboard shortcut.
Auto Select can now be customized to select layers instead of groups. The Layers sidebar now features an Add button to make it easier to add new layers to your documents. Pressing the Escape key will now deselect your currently active layer, improving illustration workflows and making it much easier to customize the style of shapes before drawing them on the canvas.
When editing vector shapes, you can now automatically align their anchor points to the pixel grid. Transparency will now be displayed in the previews of layer style presets and gradients. EDR Mode is now supported on all displays that have the ability to display extended dynamic range data. Nudging the crop box using arrow keys would reset the aspect ratio constraint. Removing layers with color adjustments would sometimes result in memory not being released.
Gradients would not be rendered using wide color in wide color images.
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Using Metal, Pixelmator Pro harnesses the full graphics processing power of every Mac. The groundbreaking machine learning features in Pixelmator Pro are integrated using Core ML, which brings the best possible ML processing performance on Mac. Swift is a modern programming language built for efficiency, reliability, and top-notch performance.
Core Image greatly speeds up processing images, enabling blazing fast, nondestructive editing. What’s new in Pixelmator Pro 2. Learn more ML Crop Get machine learning-powered suggestions for eye-catching crops with just a click. Quick Fill Instantly fill any layer with a color by dragging and dropping from the new color picker in the toolbar. Stroke with Brush Automatically paint brush strokes along paths, layers, and selections using any brush in your collection.
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Original Pixelmator documents with non-standard color profiles would be opening with shifted colors.