There is a strange bug in the way APG (I'm using 3.5.1, but the bug's been there for a while) fills in the name of a file in the "save" dialog on the Mac (10.9.3). Let me explain.
When I have detected some panos, I end up (in the right pane) with a bunch of panos. Each pano is identified by a name (which comes from the "Detection" menu, under filename - I am using %i_%j_%n.pano, using relative path, and folder %i). This name appears for all panos in the top ribbon above the image.
When I hit save for this pano (or save all), APG should pre-fill the name in the save window that pops up (where you can say which directory to use, and what the filename should be), so I just need to hit "save", without typing anything. This is also the behavior under windows. But on the Mac, this fails - only sometimes. For some files, the name does appear correctly, but on others, I get "Untitled.pano" instead. This is hugely annoying, because I can have maybe 50 panos to save, and some just come up with "Untitled.pano" and I have to type the whole name. And If I do a "Save All", I don't even know which pano's filename fails to appear, since there's no way to say what file triggers the event. Only way out, is to say "cancel" the save on the untitled files, and then go back and see which ones have been saved (the star has disappeared in the menu bar with the filename).
The problem is that this behaviour not consistent. Some filenames do appear, some don't. I haven't been able to figure out what triggers this phenomenon.
Any ideas ?