Release Notes — the newest Slicy is 1.1.8 Download
- Fixed an issue showing 100% CPU usage at launch on macOS Sierra
- Fixed some minor issues on OS X Yosemite
Slicy 1.1.5 + 1.1.6
- Fixed some issues that occurred on OS X Mavericks
- Fixed a crash that could occur when importing some vector strokes on OS X 10.7
- Photoshop integration! One small icon for your menu bar, a giant leap for your productivity… Open the active PSD in a snap.
- Unfortunately, not available when downloading Slicy from the App Store.
Houston, we have Preferences.
- You can now disable Auto-@1x (automatically adding missing 1x versions by scaling down 2x images)
- JPEG compression settings, applied to all JPEG exports
- Added View > Clear Recents. Also added contextual menus to show a PSD in the Finder or remove it from the Recents. Yay!
- Added support for Color Balance, Invert, Posterize, Threshold and Vibrance adjustment layers
- Improved the window opening behavior to be less window-opening-happy.
- Improved detection of Retina assets with device identifiers in their name
- Improved rendering accuracy (pattern overlays, bevel and emboss, much more) and export detection
- Fixed a "red pixel line" bug that could occur on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
- Updated the letters S and Y in the logotype. We had to rush the previous one, so forgive us…
Slicy 1.1.1 + 1.1.2 + 1.1.3
- The app is now called Slicy. Same awesomeness, different name!
- Adjusted how Slicy aligns scaled export areas for Magic Retina, fixing an issue where extra padding would be added to some images
- To enable Magic Retina on a whole PSD, add a layer named "+@2x = on"
- To export into a folder, you can now also name the enclosing group like "folder/"
- Fixed incorrect rendering for some types of vector strokes
- Fixed alignment issues that could occur for centered stroke layer styles
- Fixed an issue preventing some PSDs from opening at all
- Fixed an issue with the "Transparency Shapes Layer" layer setting
Slicy 1.1 — requires OS X 10.7.3
- Magic Retina — automatic 1x to 2x, or the other way around
- Auto-@2x: enlarges your vectors and layer styles to build a 2x version. Non-shape text and smart objects are bitmap-scaled.
- Auto-@1x: detects 2x exports and adds missing 1x versions by scaling down (bitmap-scaled). On by default, can be disabled.
- Slicy now supports CS6 PSD features, including…
- Layer Effects on layer groups
- Stroke effects on vector shapes
- Align Edges for vector shapes
- Added support for opening .psb Photoshop documents
- Improved PSD support for Exposure adjustment layers, pattern strokes, bevel and emboss…
- Improved error messages for problematic PSDs
- Improved save detection for auto-repeat
- Fixed possible color inconsistencies between sizes when exporting ICNS
- You can now export into subfolders by naming layer groups like this: subfolder/Export.png
- Improved automatic sizing of exported layer groups
- Improved reading of PSDs created by applications other than Photoshop
- Fixed crash when opening Slicy on pre-release versions of OS X
- Fixed crash that could occur for layer styles with 0% opacity
- Fixed issue where extracting would never finish for PSDs with many export items
- Fixed issue where auto-repeat wouldn't work until you reopened Slicy
- Fixed issue where Quick Look could animate from the wrong place
- Fixed issue where the window title would become cut off
- Fixed issue where some vector layers would be completely opaque
- Fixed issue where some pattern overlays would display incorrectly
Cherry on frosting,
glorious chocolate cake.
Happy first release!