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 wintab32.dll file fails on Windows
- Fix a regression where bezier tools couldn’t close the curve and couldn’t create a second curve
- Fixes for working with multiple windows in subwindow mode where one of the documents is set to “stays on top”
- Fix resetting the Level of Detail cache when changing the visibility of a layer: this fixes an issue where after changing the visibility of a layer, the color picker would pick from an older version of the layer.
- Save the last used folder in the Reference Images Docker
- Don’t create nested autosave documents.
- Add recognizing uc-logic tablets on Linux
- Improve the stabilizer
- Improve the communication between Krita and the gmic-qt plugin
- Fix progress reporting after the gmic-qt filter returns
- Fix loading a custom brush preset that uses the text brush
- Update the new brush preset set
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.
(If, for some reason, Firefox thinks it needs to load this as text: to download, right-click on the link.)
When it is updated, you can also use the Krita Lime PPA to install Krita 3.2.0-rc.1 on Ubuntu and derivatives.
For all downloads:
The Linux appimage and the source tarball are signed. You can retrieve the public key over https here:
0x58b9596c722ea3bd.asc. The signatures are here.
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