myPhotoEdit
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The image editor for all and sundry.   Shareware ($24.95)
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myPhotoEdit is the image editor for all and sundry.

I've not written myPhotoEdit to have another Photoshop or Pixelmator wannabe clone.

I had the other 99 percent of our daily image editing tasks in mind. Like enhancing, cropping and exporting a picture for a weblog entry, an article or a presentation and how this basic and time consuming tasks could be improved and simplified…

First of all - speed matters. In the time Photoshop starts, you've already enhanced, cropped and saved one or two images with myPhotoEdit.

Second - those tasks need to be as
What's New
Version 2.0.1:
  • bug fix update
  • fixed resizing bug
  • fixed history bug
  • improved MOApp filter
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.3 or later

*Previously available here





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myPhotoEdit User Discussion (Write a Review)
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burypromote
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Minorbug commented on 04 Sep 2010
"myPhotoEdit has been discontinued."
Why?
[Version 2.0.1]

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burypromote
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Zx81 replied on 18 Dec 2010
It has been sold to App4Mac and is now called Imagerie ; supposed to be released in January 2011.
burypromote
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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) commented on 05 Jun 2010
Please notice!

Stupid me did not thought of Intel Macs running Snow Leopard but not working in 64bit mode - so I've just uploaded an update to the update that will also work in 32bit mode.

Sorry for that :-)
[Version 1.3]


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Umijin commented on 28 Mar 2010
Painfully slow updating on my jpeg files (~3mb) and crashed the first time I used it. I'll have to pass on trying it any further.
[Version 1.2]

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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) replied on 28 Mar 2010
Could you please tell me something about your Mac?

Performance is depending on your graphics processor…
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Umijin replied on 23 Jun 2010
Didn't see this post on my comment. I have a 24 inch iMac, 2.66GHz processor, with a NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GPU.
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1111 commented on 28 Mar 2010
"Image editor for dummies..."
..hmmm? am i dummie? no i don't need it.
[Version 1.2]

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burypromote
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+41
Lookin2it replied on 18 Nov 2010
One who find's himself asking "Am I dummy?", must surely be afraid the answer is YES.
burypromote
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Macsolu commented on 21 Mar 2010
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Sad. Previous release (v 1.0.1) worked fine with Leopard/10.5.8. Now the developer has pushed the minimum OS requirement up to 10.6.2.
[Version 1.1]

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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) replied on 21 Mar 2010
Leopard version is still available for download :-)
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Helmo Hass replied on 28 Mar 2010
* important bug fixes
* added support for 10.5.8
burypromote
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Helmo Hass replied on 28 Mar 2010
* important bug fixes
* added support for 10.5.8
burypromote

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Helmo Hass commented on 01 Mar 2010
WOW !!!!!! my dear dev i got to say
Impressive!!

This time you finally got it ...

in the 0.9.9.3 many bugs where solved but still some trouble were coming out..
this new one.. seems really to be stronger.. i made any possible adjustments to test it and even with the hardest combinations it didn't crashed... at all

Just a question anyway...
i noticed that since the very fisrt release this application has grown up to 10 times the original weight. how is that??
you know from having a 5mb and a 50mb application.. changes a bit :D
[Version 0.9.9.5]

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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) replied on 02 Mar 2010
I've added many filters and high resolution overlays…
burypromote
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Helmo Hass commented on 01 Mar 2010
WOW !!!!!! my dear dev i got to say
Impressive!!

This time you finally got it ...

in the 0.9.9.3 many bugs where solved but still some trouble were coming out..
this new one.. seems really to be stronger.. i made any possible adjustments to test it and even with the hardest combinations it didn't crashed... at all

Just a question anyway...
i noticed that since the very fisrt release this application has grown up to 10 times the original weight. how is that??
you know from having a 5mb and a 50mb application.. changes a bit :D
[Version 0.9.9.5]


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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) commented on 22 Feb 2010
I've added a crash reporter to the latest build to hopefully find the reason. I can't reproduce it - so please hit the 'send-button' :-)

Thanks in advance, Michael (MOApp)
[Version 0.9.9.1]

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Helmo Hass replied on 23 Feb 2010
mmm so strange..
crash still there on 10.5.8 but no crash reporter appears... ??
burypromote
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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) replied on 23 Feb 2010
Well - did you replaced the old version with the old version?
burypromote
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Helmo Hass replied on 26 Feb 2010
:) sure i did ..

well this new one works...
its just a pity the quick edit panel was the cause of all the troubles..
becose having to select any operations from the menu is just "less friendly".. but hey at least it doesn't crash anymore on 10.5.8

i guess it will be more comfortable on my 10.6 partition :D

anyway thanks a lot for your quick reply and help, my G5 dont say it but i know he's very happy to see people still thinking about him ... unlike some others with fruit logo and retards gadgets makers..
keep up the good work!
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+14
Applebit commented on 12 Feb 2010
Awesome! Photoshop for the rest of us ;-)
[Version 0.9.6]


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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) commented on 12 Feb 2010
myPhotoEdit now works again under 10.5.8 :-)
[Version 0.9.5]


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Helmo Hass had trouble on 21 Feb 2010
while on 10.6.2 seems stable
on both 10.5.8 ppc + intel machine crashes as soon any tool is selected
[Version 0.9.8]

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MOApp Software Manufactory (developer) replied on 21 Feb 2010
Could you please send the report and tell me something about your machine?

Is it when choosing the built-in quick HUD tools - or also when using the Adjustment menu?
burypromote
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Helmo Hass replied on 22 Feb 2010
Crash report sent

i got G5 late 2005 running leo + a macpro 2009 running leo and snow

and the crash happens when trying to get adjustments of any kind
the app just freeze for a sec then crashes

replicated the test (same pic same kind of adjustement) under snow and and all works

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Kiwix rated on 14 Sep 2011

[Version 2.0.1]


Downloads:6,265
Version Downloads:1,004
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Shareware
Date:02 Aug 2010
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $24.95
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myPhotoEdit is the image editor for all and sundry.

I've not written myPhotoEdit to have another Photoshop or Pixelmator wannabe clone.

I had the other 99 percent of our daily image editing tasks in mind. Like enhancing, cropping and exporting a picture for a weblog entry, an article or a presentation and how this basic and time consuming tasks could be improved and simplified…

First of all - speed matters. In the time Photoshop starts, you've already enhanced, cropped and saved one or two images with myPhotoEdit.

Second - those tasks need to be as easy to perform as possible. myPhotoEdit is especially made to be flexible, very speedy and clear while doing common editing.

And third - only because editing becomes a no-brainer with myPhotoEdit, this doesn't mean the results are ordinary. Quiet the opposite is true. With myPhotoEdit everyone can come up with world-class results in a blink.


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