Aperture Inspector has been upgraded to version 1.5. This is a free update to all existing owners.
- Graphs have better values on axes
- Prices are stored for multiple libraries
- Prices will be maintained in future database changes
- Demo version is fully functional but only analyzes the last 6 months
- Focal Length range grouping can be disabled
- Fix mouse-over in graph-links (bar/graph) [it’s no longer a hand icon]
- Various bug fixes
Aperture Inspector is a self-updating application, however due to poor timing on my part, the author of the app is unlikely to be able to activate the auto-update mechanism until after Feb 16th. If you are reading this after that point, simply launch the app you have and it should self-update. Or, you can re-download below and reinstall.
If you would like to download the update manually, simply click above. You will likely need to re-enter your serial number once installed. The new version will run fully functional but only analyze the last six months of your library until a serial number is entered. This new download is available for free because it’s now in “demo mode” until a serial is entered. Cool!
If you’re looking for your serial number, look for the original download email—it’s in there. Every serial number starts with “INFOSTILL” so if you text-search your inbox, chances are you’ll find it. If you still can’t find it, follow instructions here. Please be patient; I have to look each one up by hand so I may not get back to you instantly.
Free Demo Version
Just download from the link above! No email address required; just grab it and play. It will analyze the last six months of your library only; to see the whole thing, you can purchase the full version for just $9.99
Troubleshooting the Update
Since Aperture Inspector runs on Adobe Air, it’s not uncommon to see required Air updates before Aperture Inspector will run. If after the update you are having issues, please follow the instructions in this FAQ.