Note: the gmic-qt plugin is not available on OSX. Krita now ships with a pre-built gmic-qt plugin on Windows and the Linux AppImage. If you have tested the beta or release candidate builds, you might need to reset your configuration.
Changes since the last release candidate:
Don’t reset the LUT docker when moving the Krita window between moitors
Correctly initialize the exposure display filter in the LUT docker
Add the missing pan tool a ction
Improve the “Normal” blending mode performance by 30% (first patch for Krita by Daria Scherbatyuk!)
Fix a crash when creating a second view on an image
Fix a possible crash when creating a second window
Improve finding the gmic-qt plugin: Krita now first looks whether there is one available in the same place as the Krita executable
Fix scroll wheel behaviour if Krita is built with Qt 5.7.1. or later
Fix panning in gmic-qt when applying gmic-qt to a non-RGBA image
Scale channel values correctly when using a non-RGBA image with gmic-qt
Fix the default setting for allowing multiple krita instances
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.