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Feb17
Look, new presets! Another Krita 4 development build!
We’ve been focusing like crazy on the Krita 4 release. We managed to close some 150 bugs in the past month, and Krita 4 is getting stable enough for many people to use day in, day out. There’s still more to be done, of course! So we’ll continue fixing issues and applying polish for at […]
Jan12
New Stable Release: Krita 3.3.3
Today we’re releasing Krita 3.3.3. This will probably be the last stable release in the Krita 3 series. This release contains several bug fixes and one very important change for Windows users: The Direct3d/Angle renderer is now the default for Intel users. Recent updates to the Intel display drivers have broken Krita on many more […]
Jan11
Krita 4.0 Beta 1
We’ve officially gone into String Freeze mode now! That’s developer speak for “No New Features, Honest”. Everything that’s going into Krita 4.0 now is in, and the only thing left to do is fixing bugs and refining stuff. Given how much has changed between Krita 3 and Krita 4, that’s an important part of the […]
Dec29
Looking back, looking forward
First and foremost, 2017 ends well. We will end this year putting Krita 4.0 in string freeze, which means a release early next year! In 2017, we’ve released several versions of Krita 3.x. We’ve gained a lot of new contributors with great contributions to Krita. We’ve got money in the bank, too. Less than last […]
Nov27
Krita Development Sprint 2017
With all the turmoil the project experienced in 2017 it looked for a while as if we wouldn’t have a face to face meeting this year. But that’s not good for a project working on its fourth major release! We knew we really had to sit together, and finally managed to have a smaller than […]
Nov9
Learn Digital Painting with Krita in Bogota, Colombia
Lina Porras and David Saenz from the Ubuntu Colombia user group wrote to tell us that they will give an introduction to digital painting with Krita starting this Saturday. David will be teaching Krita four Saturday sessions. It will be an introductory course where people from 14 years old and older will learn the basics […]
Nov6
4.0 Development Update
And then we realized we hadn’t posted news about ongoing Krita development for some time now. The main reason is that we’ve, well, been really busy doing development. The other reason is that we’re stuck making fully-featured preview builds on OSX and Linux. More about that later… So, what’s been going on? Some of the […]
Nov3
Krita 3.3.2 Released
Today we are releasing Krita 3.3.2, a bugfix release for Krita 3.3.0. This release fixes two important regressions: Krita 3.3.1 would read brush presets with textures incorrectly. This is now fixed. Windows 1709 broke wintab and Windows Ink tablet handling in various ways; we worked around that and it works again in this version of […]
Oct11
Krita 3.3.1
Today we are releasing Krita 3.3.1, a bugfix release for Krita 3.3.0. This release fixes two important regressions: Krita would crash if you would restart Krita after closing Krita with the reference images docker set to floating Krita 3.3.0 could not read .kra backup files or .kra files that were unzipped, then zipped up manually. […]
Sep28
Krita 3.3.0
Less than a month after Krita 3.2.1, we’re releasing Krita 3.3.0. We’re bumping the version because there are some important changes, especially for Windows users in this version! Alvin Wong has implemented support for the Windows 8 event API, which means that Krita now supports the n-trig pen in the Surface line of laptops (and […]

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