A new version of PhotoGPSEditor has just been released. This new version contains a minor bug fix to allow photos to load correctly under Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard.
The programs can run, but will not recognise any photo file formats. (Apple has changed the way such information is stored under 10.6).
When working on programs such as iCalMaker (iCal calendar editing software), and PhotoGPSEditor (geotagging photos with latitude and longitude coordinates) you become acutely aware of time and time zones. Working on chemCal (a chemistry concentrations and dilutions calculator for the iPhone/iPod Touch) makes you aware of units… so to be confronted by the following screen when buying a Newcastle to Glasgow train ticket is very confusing
New version of PhotoGPSEditor is now available. This is a minor update with improved import of poorly formated nmea files, and improved export of geotagged photos.
Just looking through the list of 300+ new features in Leopard and spotted the following on ‘GPS’.
It is great when I get emails from users of PhotoInfoEditor and PhotoGPSEditor. Some emails are bug reports, some are suggestions, some are complaints, some are users complaining the programs are too cheap … anyway, what ever they are please keep them coming.