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Sep22
First beta out for Krita 4.4
The summer has come and gone since the 4.3 release, but we have not been sitting still. We had four Summer of Code Students this year, each of which completed their project. One of these projects has already made it into 4.4: The SeExpr fill layers! And that’s not the only new fill layer type… […]
Aug31
Help Beta Test Krita 4.2.6!
This will be the first Krita release since the big sprint. We’re aiming to do monthly bugfix releases again from now on! But we also want to cut down on the regressions that come with rapid development so we’re making beta releases again. Please help the team out and check these beta releases for bugs […]
Jan24
We’re doing a User Survey!
While we’re still working on Vector, Text and Python Scripting, we’ve already decided: This year, we want to spend on stabilizing and polishing Krita! Now, one of the important elements in making Krita stable is bug reports. And we’ve got a lot of those! But with some bug reports, we’re kind of stuck. We cannot […]
Jun3
Anatomy of a bug fix
Updated builds with the fix are here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/krita/krita-2016-lets-make-text-and-vector-art-awesome/posts/1594853! People sometimes assume that free software developers are only interested in adding cool new features, getting their few pixels of screenspace fame, and don’t care about fixing bugs. That’s not true – otherwise we wouldn’t have fixed about a thousand bugs in the past year (though it […]
Apr27
Krita 3.0 BETA builds out!
We have spent the last 20 days making over 80 fixes in Krita since the last Alpha build. We have decided it is time to enter the Beta phase! Furthermore, we’ve also spent time on improving our Windows builds.  This should fix all the scary G’Mic crashes on Windows. Notable Fixes G’Mic is fixed so that it uses OpenMP for […]
Mar14
3.0 Pre-alpha 3 is out!
Today was an important day for the Krita project! We entered feature freeze! That means that from now on until the release of Krita 3.0, which is planned for April 27th, we won’t be working on adding new features, but we’ll be fixing bugs, fixing bugs and fixing more bugs! If you want to help […]
Feb10
Launching docs.krita.org: the Krita Learning Place!
For months, we have been working on something awesome: docs.krita.org! And now it’s the time to share our work with you. Over the past year, we created a comprehensive manual for Krita on KDE’s Userbase website, and now we’ve got a beautiful new home for our work. All the content has been ported to the […]
Jan17
First Krita 3.0 pre-alpha!
More than a year in the making… We proudly present the first pre-alpha version of Krita 3.0 you can actually try to run! So what is Krita 3.0 pre-alpha? It’s the Qt5 port, with animation, instant preview, a handful of new features and portable packages for everyone! When we feel everything is nice and stable […]
Sep2
Krita 2.9.7 Released!
Two months of bug fixing, feature implementing, Google-Summer-of-Code-sweating, it’s time for a new release! Krita 2.9.7 is special, because it’s the last 2.9 release that will have new features. We’ll be releasing regular bug fix releases, but from now on, all feature development focuses on Krita 3.0. But 2.9.7 is packed! There are new features, […]
Jul9
Krita 2.9.6 released!
After a month of bugfixing, we give you Krita 2.9.6! With lots of bugfixes, but bugfixes aren’t the only thing in 2.9.6, we also have a few new features! The biggest change is that we now have selection modifiers! They are configured as follows: Shift+click: add to selection. Alt+click: subtract from selection. Shift+alt+click: intersect selection […]

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