# darktable 2.0.5 released

we're proud to announce the fifth bugfix release for the 2.0 series of darktable, 2.0.5!

the github release is here: https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/releases/tag/release-2.0.5.

as always, please don't use the autogenerated tarball provided by github, but only our tar.xz. the checksum is:

$sha256sum darktable-2.0.5.tar.xz 898b71b94e7ef540eb1c87c829daadc8d8d025b1705d4a9471b1b9ed91b90a02 darktable-2.0.5.tar.xz$ sha256sum darktable-2.0.5.dmg
e0ae0e5e19771810a80d6851e022ad5e51fb7da75dcbb98d96ab5120b38955fd  darktable-2.0.5.dmg

and the changelog as compared to 2.0.4 can be found below.

## New Features

• Add geolocation to watermark variables

## Bugfixes

• Mac: bugfix + build fix
• Lua: fixed dt.collection not working
• Fix softproofing with some internal profiles
• Fix non-working libsecret pwstorage backend
• Fixed a few issues within (rudimentary) lightroom import
• Some fixes related to handling of duplicates and/or tags

## Base Support

• Canon EOS 80D (no mRAW/sRAW support!)

## White Balance Presets

• Canon EOS 80D

## Noise Profiles

• Canon EOS 80D

• Danish
• German
• Slovak

## 55 thoughts on “darktable 2.0.5 released”

1. Hi,
New to DT. I’ve installed version 2.0.5 overwriting 2.0.4 (Mac El Capitan) dragging the mounted dmg to the applications folder and choosing “Replace”, as suggested here. When opening 2.0.5 all “preferences” parameters are the same as in v 2.0.4 where some of the core options were modified. Is this correct or did I fail to remove configuration files in some other system or library folder? Did I have to uninstall or delete v2.0.4 first?
Thank you.

2. Hi there,
thank you very much for this great software. I use it very often. But after the last dist.-upgrade in my “siduction”-linux-os I don’t know, where does ver. 2.0.5-2+b1 store the jpgs after developping? (if it really stores them at all?) And how can I make the Letters smaller?
Thank you for every hint
Joachim

3. Cool. A good thing just keeps getting better.

One feature that may be useful would be to be able to reset the exposure and black point independently by double-clicking in the left or right field of the histogram, respectively.

Just keep up the good work. Much appreciated!