posted December 3rd, 2008
Naked light Preview 5.1.1 is out, featuring history support for all selection-related actions (at least the subset of those that are currently enabled.) This release also introduces a new feature for Naked light: Reselect.
Reselect again works like Photoshop, but with a twist. Basically, it lets you reselect a previously cleared selection.
Because Naked light is node-based, history states take very little memory versus Photoshop. Naturally, the same goes for selection-changing history states, letting Naked light instantly restore any previous selection state without undoing any other changes.
Reselect buttons appear in the history panel; reselecting the last selection state is also available from the new Selection menu.
As an added bonus, masks work again—a bug I fixed today had broken mask support as well as several other things.
Naked light Preview 5.1.1 works only on Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.5 and higher.