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@cormiertyshawn895 cormiertyshawn895 released this Nov 18, 2019 · 1 commit to master since this release

Retroactive 1.3 can be downloaded here, and supports modifying Aperture, iPhoto, and iTunes to work with macOS Catalina. It also supports modifying Final Cut Pro 7, Logic Pro 9, and Keynote ’09 to be compatible with macOS Mojave and macOS High Sierra.

Retroactive 1.3 contains bug fixes and additional enhancements:

  • Adds support for modifying Final Cut Pro 7, Logic Pro 9, and Keynote ’09 to be compatible with macOS Mojave and macOS High Sierra

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To open Retroactive, right-click on the Retroactive app in Finder, and click “Open” as shown below. If you right-clicked when opening Retroactive for the first time, you need to right-click for a second time.

If Retroactive still can’t be opened, check your GateKeeper settings under the General tab in System Preferences > Security & Privacy. Click “Open Anyway” to open Retroactive.

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@cormiertyshawn895 cormiertyshawn895 released this Nov 10, 2019 · 12 commits to master since this release

Retroactive 1.2 contains bug fixes and additional enhancements:

  • Restores the ability to add adjustments and use Quick Brushes in Aperture
  • Restores the ability to print photos in Aperture and iPhoto
  • Resolves an issue where Aperture and iPhoto may fail to launch (Error 13)
  • Adds support for modifying Aperture and iPhoto to be compatible with macOS Catalina before upgrading to macOS Catalina
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@cormiertyshawn895 cormiertyshawn895 released this Nov 7, 2019 · 18 commits to master since this release

Retroactive 1.1 is an older release of Retroactive. You should download the latest version of Retroactive instead.

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@cormiertyshawn895 cormiertyshawn895 released this Oct 28, 2019 · 28 commits to master since this release

Retroactive 1.0 is the initial release of Retroactive. You should download the latest version of Retroactive instead.

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