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iMovie 10.2.3

Apple has issued iMovie 10.2.3, a maintenance release devoted to fixing bugs related to importing projects from iMovie for iOS. The update prevents fonts from changing when using the Slide and Chromatic title styles, ensures longer titles don’t shift from one line to two lines, prevents filters from being removed from clips, and improves import reliability. iMovie 10.2.3 also fixes an issue in which changing an event name in the All Events view could cause that name to be displayed incorrectly for a different event. Finally, in what appears to be a distribution oversight, iMovie accidentally installs an unnecessary provisioning profile. Kudos to Jennifer Bettiol for discovering the profile and Howard Oakley for explaining that you can delete it. (Free from the Mac App Store, 2.2 GB, macOS 10.15.6+)

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Comments About iMovie 10.2.3

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  1. The App Store a couple of days ago prodded me to update iMovie to 10.2.3. Is it possible you mistyped the version number?

    (Caveat: I don’t use iMovie and only update it to stop the nagging. I could be out to lunch here.)

  2. No, the new version number seems to be 10.2.3, not 10.2.23 (though that’s closer than 10.1.23).

    I’m amazed to find myself being such a nag about something I don’t use.

  3. Yep, just a typo that slipped through editing—I’ve fixed it, thanks!

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