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An new OS X bundle .app for Siril 0.9.6

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Hi everyone,

I'm pleased to share a good news with you. Indeed, thanks to Partha Bagchi (https://www.partha.com/) we are now able to provide you an .app file for OS X users.

This is a good improvement because no Homebrew or Xcode are needed anymore. Also !! the app is 10% faster for stacking.

 

You can download the app here.

 

Enjoy !!

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