That's where MacBibble sits, as the Nikon D1 RAW file browsing, editing and processing application for Mac nears release. Author Eric Hyman has enabled all the functions that had been greyed out and unavailable in previous pre-release versions, including unsharp masking. Also added is ICC-compliant Monitor Compensation, to ensure that what you see in MacBibble will match that of Photoshop 5 and later when all of Photoshop's colour management features are switched on.
Other changes include:
Shooting data is now transferred into File Info in Photoshop in certain instances.
A bug in which a photo could be saved as a .NEF RAW format file out of Photoshop has been fixed.
Blur, Sharpen and Unsharp Mask are now enabled.
Monitor mode now includes a preview window in Photoshop.
A bug in exposure compensation that resulted in incorrect amounts of compensation being applied when the value was between 0 and 1 is fixed.
Exposure compensation is now applied in 1/10 stop increments, making it easier to set and repeat compensation values.
The v1.0 official release of MacBibble is expected sometime after a suitable installer for the program is found, though Hyman is accepting registrations for the US$75 program now.