Since January 1st a new version of Digital Lith is online. There is a bug fix in a streaking module and one new feature.
That might not sound much, but that new feature comes in quite comfortable as it allows you to compare the current development with the development before. This adds the possibility to do a direct comparison of different development parameters (or of development parameter changes if you like). As long as you do not change the crop (or into/out of crop mode) you can see the results of the last development by pressing cmd-L on Mac (or ctrl-L on Unix/Windows). You can switch back and forth even while a development is running. There is a thin red border around the image to indicate that you are looking at the last development and not the current development.
There are still ideas spinning around in my head, so the outlook for 2019 is: There is more to come.
As always, the new version of Digital Lith can be found here: Click!