Posted on Wednesday 18 July 2012
Apple's likely to be releasing Mountain Lion in the next couple of weeks and the update we've just released, Light Blue v3.5, will make sure that we're ready for it.
If you're using Light Blue v3.x, you can download Light Blue v3.5 for free from our website today, so you're ready for when Apple announces the release. Note that earlier versions of v3.x won't run on Mac OS X 10.8.
Updating is easy, and we've prepared a video tutorial on it to walk you through the process.
Running Windows? The only change we've made in v3.5 is to add compatibility for Mountain Lion, but if you're on a copy of v3.x earlier than v3.4.2 then you should upgrade to take advantage of the new features we've added since we released the version you're on.
Still on v1 or v2? If you want to upgrade your Mac to Mountain Lion, you'll need to upgrade to v3 of Light Blue. Light Blue v3 makes running a successful photography business even easier - find out what we added in v3 and v3.1!
Note that we've tested Light Blue v3.5 with the Gold Master of Mountain Lion from Apple. As with any OS release from Apple, we can't be 100% sure that there won't make any more changes before the final release - although it's very unlikely. We'll be sure to test with the released version as soon as it's out, and will post on Twitter to confirm all is well.
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