Help you keep the history of the changes you make to an image as you create and make edits to it.

Tutorial Comments

  1. Enrico

    hello I’m beginning to start to use this program, i think is easy.

  2. Gerardo

    Thanks Great Tutorial

  3. Daniel Zou

    Good video

  4. Daniel Zou

    ready to start

  5. Maria V

    I just downloaded the new Pixelmator Chameleon last week but do not have the option
    “Save Version” under File as this video demonstrates. Also I am unable to click on the
    Documents Browser on the top of the photo and there are no options to browse and
    restore. These options are simply not available.

  6. darius

    This feature is particular to OS X Lion (10.7). By the look of things, you’re still running OS X Snow Leopard (10.6).

  7. Rick Loudermilk

    i too can not see “save version” in the trial.

  8. Ausra


    Are you running Mac OS X Lion?

  9. Melissa

    I also do not have the save version option and I’m running 10.7.3

  10. Ausra


    Versions feature is available in Pixelmator 2.0, or later.

  11. Michelle

    I am running 10.7.3 and Pixelmator 2.0.2, and I also do not have the save version.

  12. Ausra

    Michelle, to use Save Version feature you still have to save new document for the first time via Edit > Save. Once the document is saved then you’ll see Save Version feature.

  13. Gary C

    Works as advertised. I’m running Mac OSX 10.7.4 and Pixelmator 2.0.5

  14. Alex Trappeniers


    I have bought Pixelmator and it’s a magical tool for creative minds !

    I’ve worked on a picture in higher resolution, but how can it become only 700 kb when i’m finished

    I have a question : how can I get the highest resolution for the exported results.

    Thanks very much,
    Alex Trappeniers

  15. Ausra

    @Alex, to preserve the highest resolution, save images in uncompressed TIFF file format.

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