BorderFX 1.6.4 Now Available

Released a new version of the BorderFX plug-ins, bug fixes, and brought the iPhoto plug-in up to date with changes made to the Aperture plug-in.

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I have run into problems with iBorderFX impacting file export in iPhoto '09. How do I uninstall the plug-in?

July 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC Bayliss

I'm not liking some of the changes in 1.6.4. For starters, in the prior versions (I think I had 1.6 or maybe 1.6.2) would maintain stacks when saving TIFFs back into Aperture. In 1.6.4, the original image is unstacked, and the TIFF is stacked with the version that it was originally made from. Why did this behavior change? Now I have to go back and constantly restack all my images. If I edit an album of say 290 images, that's a lot of extra work that I didn't have to do before. Can you fix that?

I also noticed that I set my preferences for TIFF, but it still asks me every time I save an image back into Aperture what format I want. What's the point of preferences if I have to tell it every time anyway? And I never want to overwrite a file. That should be a preference that gets honored as well. I want it to use those defaults I've set up, and not ask me every time.

I realize BorderFX is free, but these changes have turned a very useful plugin into something that is borderline not useful, because of all the extra work they have caused. I'd be happy to donate if you fixed these back to the way they were.



July 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTim

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