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Jun13
June 2019 Krita Development Update
Time for another development update. The last one was in April. We skipped reporting on May, because doing a release takes a lot of time and effort and concentration! And then we had to do a bugfix release in the first week of June; the next release, Krita 4.2.2, will be out by the end […]
Jun7
Krita at the 2019 Libre Graphics Meeting
Every year, many people working on free or open source graphics applications and projects, as well as people using those applications, come together for the Libre Graphics Meeting. Originally started with the GIMP team getting together, these meetings have grown into an institution. This year’s edition was in sunny Saarbrücken. This year, 2019, three people […]
Jun6
Digital Atelier: Painter Brushes and Video Tutorials Now 50% Off
To celebrate the new release, we’re doing a 50% off sale of Digital Atelier, Ramon Miranda’s painterly brushes and tutorials pack for the rest of this month! Get Digital Atelier in the Krita shop! Not only does this contain over fifty new brush presets, more than thirty new brush tips and twenty patterns and surfaces. […]
Jun5
Krita 4.2.1 Released
Krita 4.2.1 Hot on the heels of 4.2.0, we’re releasing Krita 4.2.1. Most importantly, this release fixes an issue where after painting for a long time, Krita would become slow because the undo stack would grow infinitely. There are other fixes, too: saving and loading .kra files containing vector layers with image names using non-latin1 […]
Jun5
Retiring ask.krita.org
About a year ago, we created the ask.krita.org website. We wanted to have a stack-exchange like place, where people could report problems, after searching whether their problems had already been discussed, where people could help each other. Maybe it was the platform we were using, maybe it’s that people who are using Krita have a […]
May29
Krita 4.2.0 is Out!
Today we’re releasing Krita 4.2.0. This is a big release, with over a thousand bugs fixed and exciting new functionality like support for HDR displays. Compared to the last beta, there have been over 30 bug fixes. New in Krita 4.2.0 is updated support for drawing tablets, support for HDR monitors on Windows, an improved […]
May16
Krita 4.2.0 Beta Released
We’re still on track to release Krita 4.2.0 this month! Compared to the alpha release, we fixed over thirty issues. This release also has a fresh splash screen by Tyson Tan and restores Python support to the Linux AppImage. The Linux AppImage does not have support for sound, the macOS build does not have support […]
May8
Krita 4.2.0-alpha Released
  We’re on track to release Krita 4.2.0  this month, and today we’re releasing the alpha! That means that we’re still fixing bugs like crazy — just check what we’ve been doing this month: But of course there’s much more. We’ve been working on this release for a long time now, since June last year […]
May7
Our 2019 Google Summer of Code Students
Krita, part of KDE, takes part in the fourteenth edition of Google Summer of Code. Four students will be working on a wide variety of  projects. Here’s the shortlist: Sharaf Zaman will be working on porting Krita to Android. In fact, he already has a port of Krita for Android that already starts on some […]
May2
Krita Nightly Builds for macOS
Thanks to the hard work of Ivan Yossi and KDE system admin Ben Cooksley, we’ve got nightly builds for macOS now! (We already had nightly builds for Linux and 64 bit Windows). Nightly builds are created once a day from the freshest code in our git repository. They are a great way to track development: […]

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