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Filter Forge Update 1.021 – Support for Photoshop CS5 (Windows), Bugs Fixed

July 15, 2010

Alexandria, VA, USA (July 15, 2010) – Filter Forge, Inc. today released the update 1.021 to Filter Forge, a Photoshop plugin that allows users to create their own filters. The current update adds support for the 32-bit Photoshop CS5 on Windows and fixes several bugs.

How to update: To download and install the update 1.021, select Tools > Updates from the Filter Forge main menu. The update preserves all downloaded and user-created filters, as well as user settings and the license key. Users who do not want to use the built-in update feature can download and install the update manually from http://www.filterforge.com/download/

About Filter Forge, Inc: Based in Alexandria, VA, Filter Forge, Inc. is a one-product company solely focused on developing Filter Forge. For more information, visit http://www.filterforge.com

List of Updates, Additions and Fixes

Platform-independent:

  • Fixed a minor bug with drawing of filter controls.
  • Introduced several compatibility changes with Filter Forge 2.0.
  • Fixed a bug which resulted in the 'TimerWrapper was not released before destruction' error message.

Windows specific

  • Added support for the 32-bit Adobe Photoshop CS5 as a host application.

Mac OS X specific:

  • Filter Forge now handles case-sensitive file names correctly.

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