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Aperture 3.0.3

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Apple has released Aperture 3.0.3, a significant maintenance update to its professional photo management and editing application. The fixes delivered by the update address issues pertaining to applying image adjustments, using RAW Fine Tuning presets, working with detected faces, changing target printers while printing, making smart album duplicates, building and repairing Aperture libraries, reconnecting missing referenced files, working with GPS files in Places, and performing keyword searches. A lengthy list of changes is available on Apple's Web site. ($199 new, free update, 69.4 MB)

 

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Robert Maund  2010-05-12 13:36
I have Aperture 3.0.2 and OS 10.6.3. When I downloaded the Aperture Update 3.0.3 and tried to install it, a message came up saying I needed Aperture 3.0 or later to install 3.0.3. I have therefore been unable to install the update. Any solutions, anyone?