Pixelmator Pro 1.2 Releases with macOS Mojave Support

On Oct 18th, Pixelmator Pro 1.2 Quicksilver rolls out through the Mac App Store. As an consumer-level image editing software and alternative to Photoshop, the new Pixelmator Pro adds some new features, including macOS Mojave support, a light appearance, machine-learning enhance, batch processing, etc. Here are the details:

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Codenamed Quicksilver, Pixelmator Pro 1.2 is fully compatible with the latest macOS Mojave 10.14. You can take advantage of the Continuity Camera feature introduced in the Mojave, to instantly add pictures shot by iOS devices to the Pixelmator Pro 1.2 document on Mac. You can also create vibrant graphics with colorful SVG fonts.

Pixelmator Pro 1.2 also brings a new light appearance, which can automatically adapt to the light and dark modes in macOS Mojave, and the new-added ML Enhance functionality allows users to improve the look of any photo using a machine learning algorithm. Moreover, the new Batch Processing feature allows users to apply several available actions in Apple’s Automator app, including applying colors, adjustments, effects and auto white balance to images, as well as changing type of images.

Apart from the new features, Pixelmator Pro 1.2 also adds some improvements like:

  • The Pixelmator Pro interface has been refined to more closely match the look of macOS in both Light and Dark Mode.
  • Accent color support means the buttons and sliders in Pixelmator Pro will now match your preferences.
  • You can now change the color of the Pixelmator Pro window background in Pixelmator Pro preferences.
  • The Pixel Paint tool now has an Eraser Mode.

If you are an existing Pixelmator Pro user, you can install the update at no additional charge. Pixelmator Pro costs $29.99 in Mac App Store. As a contrast, the less-capable Pixelmator for Mac charges &14.99, and Pixelmator for iOS is priced at $1.99.

Having trouble in using Pixelmator? Problems might be fixed by a fresh installation. But how to easily uninstall Pixelmator from your Mac? Read on to know more.

First of all, you need to make sure Pixelmator is not active on your system. If it is open, right click on its icon in Dock and choose Quit option. Alternatively, choose Pixelmator > Quit Pixelmator from the Menu Bar. Then you can perform the uninstall.

Here’s the hassle-free and time-saving way to remove Pixelmator:

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  1. Download a tool labeled Osx Uninstaller, and install it on your Mac
  2. Launch the app, and follow onscreen prompts to complete the purchase
  3. Activate Osx Uninstaller with the valid license key, and then select Pixelmator icon
  4. Click Run Analysis > Complete Uninstall and then Yes in the confirmation dialog

The mechanism is to select the unwanted app and perform the uninstall in a few clicks. That’s how fast and efficient if you are utilizing a powerful Mac remover.

Don’t want to use any third-party remover? You can take the manual steps below:

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  1. Open up Finder, and head to the Applications folder from sidebar or Go menu
  2. Right click on Pixelmator icon, and choose Move to Trash from the sub-menu
  3. Click Finder > Empty Trash from the Menu bar. Alternatively, head to the Trash, right click on Pixelmator again, choose Delete Permanently, and click Delete button

After doing these steps, you have removed Pixelmator from your Mac. Then here’s second question: how to delete the remaining components? Get help in this tutorial.

The trick is to utilize the Search feature in Finder to locate any items whose names contain the keyword (Pixelmator) in the hidden ~/Library and /Library folders.

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