Natron 2.1.9 is now available.

- Read/Write: Do not automatically set parameters when changing the filename (#1492). Creating a new Reader/Writer still sets those automatically.
- ctrl-click on a node in the nodegraph (cmd-click on Mac) now opens its control-panel (same as double-click)
- Curves with a single keyframe can now have a slope.
- Fix gamma=0 in the viewer
- Fix a bug where removing all control points from ColorLookup would crash the application
- Fix bugs in curves drawing.
- Fix potential crashes when using KDE on Linux
- Fix a bug where Roto strokes drawn at a different frame of the current frame would disappear
- (macOS) Fix a bug where the interface would become very slow after a String parameter is disabled or enabled
- ColorWheel: antialiased rendering
- Rectangle: add rounded corners
- PIKColor: fix black rims issue #1502, rework & optimize
- PIKColor: remove hard limits on parameters b85f558
- Grade & Gamma: fix behaviour when gamma=0
- Shadertoy: support iChannelResolution

And as a bonus openfx-gmic is now in beta, featuring binaries for Linux and Mac (Windows will be added soon). Get it at
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Seriously guys really great work that you are doing. I recently was at Animal Logic the creators of "Lego" and made sure to tell them about Natron the work you guys are doing.

The first thing they said to me was

1. 3D space
2. 3D tracking integration ie distortion node
3. Nuke studio

I told them that you guys were on it and would welcome any support that could be offered.

Fingers crossed. Great work guys.
+Adam Earle Thanks for the feedback. 3D space etc is a (very) known feature request, this will be added in the future. The Nuke Studio stuff is not something that is on the roadmap yet. The Foundry merged Hiero into Nuke to make Studio, something they did because Nuke was more or less feature complete in regards to compositing, Natron is not there yet (only at v2, compare that to Nuke v2 and well.....).
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