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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 […]
Sep21
Krita 3.3.0 – first release candidate
Less than a month after Krita 3.2.1, we’re getting ready to release Krita 3.3.0. We’re bumping the version because there are some important changes 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 […]
Aug26
Angle and Windows Ink – a new test version of Krita for Windows
We’ve created a special version of Krita 4.0 pre-alpha for Windows users to test. This version contains two big new features that should solve the biggest problems Krita has on the Windows platform: Support for ANGLE. This is really technical, but basically, ANGLE is a technology that presents an OpenGL API but lets Direct3D do […]
Aug25
Krita 3.2.1 Released
Krita 3.2.1 is a bug fix release. The following issues were fixed: Crash on startup if only OpenGL 2.1 is found: if you had to disable opengl for 3.2.0, you can try to enable it again A crash when changing layer types in the gmic-qt plugin A bug where gmic-qt could crash on odd-sized images […]
Aug25
Google Summer of Code: Help Alexey Kapustin by Testing His Work!
The Google Summer of Code is nearly at an end. One of our students, Alexey Kapustin, has made a Windows build of his work. Alexey has created a version of Krita that helps us figure out how people actually use Krita by aggregating anonymous data on how often Krita is started, how long it’s used, […]
Aug24
Krita’s Updated Vision
In 2010, during a developer sprint in Deventer, the Krita team sat down together with Peter Sikking to hammer out a vision statement for the project. Our old goal, be KDE’s Gimp/Photoshop, didn’t reflect what we really wanted to do. Here are some documents describing the creation of Krita’s vision: Our announcement Peter Sikking’s blog […]
Aug17
Krita 3.2.0 Released
Later than planned, here’s Krita 3.2.0! With the new G’Mic-qt plugin integration, the smart patch tool, finger painting on touch screens, new brush presets and a lot of bug fixes. Read the full release notes for more information!. Here’s GDQuest’s video introducing 3.2.0: Note: the gmic-qt plugin is not available on OSX. Krita now ships […]
Aug16
Thank you all!
When we went public with our troubles with the Dutch tax office two weeks ago, the response was overwhelming. The little progress bar on krita.org is still counting, and we’re currently at 37,085 euros, and 857 donators. And that excludes the people who sent money to the bank directly. It does include Private Internet Access‘ […]
Aug7
Krita 3.2.0: We Have a Release Candidate!
After last week’s rollercoaster ride (if you haven’t seen it, check the news, then the update!), it was hard to get back into making releases and writing code. Yet, here is the release candidate for Krita 3.2.0. Fixes since the second beta include: Some cleanups when handling OpenGL Show a clearer error when loading the […]

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