Apple just released Aperture 2.0.1,. This is great and all, but is it so hard to tell me exactly what was fixed?! Descriptions like these are so insulting and simply not useful at all:

The Aperture 2.0.1 Update addresses issues related to performance and overall stability. It also fixes a number of other minor issues. The update is recommended for all Aperture 2 users.

Come on Apple, some of us actually care what specific fixes we can expect from upgrading.

Update: Seems I spoke too soon. Apple has now posted a link to the Aperture 2.0.1 Update page, which has a link to page with more details about the changes found on 2.0.1.

The update includes fixes that impact the following areas:

  • Upgrading libraries from earlier versions of Aperture
  • Publishing .Mac Web Gallery albums
  • Preview generation and deletion
  • Creating and ordering books
  • AppleScript support
  • Keyboard shortcut customization
  • Appearance of metadata overlays in the Browser, Filmstrip, and on light tables
  • Watermarking of emailed photos
  • Highlight Hot and Cold Areas

It also fixes a number of other minor issues, some involving the following areas:

  • Loupe
  • Smart Albums
  • All Projects View
  • Straighten Tool
  • Filmstrip
  • Drag and drop import
  • Thumbnail generation
  • Import window
  • Export plug-in reliability