MacFamilyTree 6.0 was released just a few weeks ago, and we are now see a major update with some new features with version 6.0.2.
Apple’s Aperture software, which is photo/digital asset management software along the lines of Adobe’s Lightroom, is now supported from within MacFamilyTree. iPhoto support has been enhanced from within MacFamilyTree as well, allowed for easier/better importing. There are also some user interface improvements as well as web research additions.
If you are a Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard user, there are several fixes for MacFamilyTree under 10.5 and it is recommended.
Changes/Updates in 6.0.2:
* Support for Apple Aperture added
* New and greatly improved iPhoto import sheet
* Support for new web sites in the Web Research pane added
* Family Tree edit mode can now display a maximum of 6 generations instead of 4
* Several other enhancements for the Family Tree edit mode
* Kinship report fixes
* Date parser improved
* Several fixes for Mac OS X 10.5 users
* Smaller user interface improvements
Earlier this month, Version 6.0.1 was released (August 2, 2010):
* Fixes in the Narrative Report
* Married name is now shown in all charts
* French quickstart guide added
* Timeline and Fan Chart are now saved and restored correctly in the graphics editor
* Sorting fixed for the Web Site Export
* Larger source selection window