Published 16th November, 2016
Here is the fourth Krita 3.1 beta! From the Krita 3.1 on, Krita will officially support OSX. All OSX users are urged to use this version instead of earlier “stable” versions for OSX. We’re releasing a fourth beta because of more changes to the code that actually saves your images… We’ve tried to make it much safer, but please do test this!
These are the most important fixes:
Note: the beta still contains the colorize mask/lazy brush plugin. We will probably remove that feature in the final release because the current algorithm is too slow to be usable, and we’re still looking for and experimenting with new algorithms. With the current beta you will get a preview of how the user interface will work, but keep in mind that the we know that it’s too slow to be usable and are working on fixing that
The fourth beta is also much more stable and usable than earlier builds, and we’d like to ask everyone to try to use this version in production and help us find bugs and issues!
You can find out more about what is going to be new in Krita 3.1 in the release notes. The release notes aren’t finished yet, but take a sneak peek all the same!
Note for Windows users: if you encounter crashes, please follow these instructions to use the debug symbols so we can figure out where Krita crashes.
A snap image for the Ubuntu App Store is available in the beta channel.