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.
Additionally, there are the following fixes and improvements:
- Fix a crash when creating a swap file on OSX (Bernhard Liebl).
- Merge down does not remove locked layers anymore (Nikita Smirnov)
- Various performance improvements, especially for macOS (Bernhard Liebl)
- Improve the look and feel of dragging and dropping layers (Bernhard Liebl)
- Improve the tooltips in the brush preset selector (Bernhard Liebl)
- Fix a memory leak in the color selectors (Boudewijn Rempt)
- Fix rotation and tilt when using the Windows Ink api (Alvin Wong)
- Don’t allow the fill tool to be used on group layers (Boudewijn Rempt)
- Add brightness and contrast sliders for textured brushes (Rad)
- Add paste-at-cursor (Dmitry Kazakov)
- Improve performance of the cpu canvas (Alvin Wong)
- Fix a crash on closing Krita when there is something on the clipboard (Dmitry Kazakov)
- Add a button to open a file layer’s image in Krita (Wolthera van Hövell tot Westerflier)
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 3.3.1 on Ubuntu and derivatives. There is also an updated snap.
Note: the gmic-qt and pdf plugins are not available on OSX.
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.
Krita is a free and open source project. Please consider supporting the project with donations or by buying training videos or the artbook! With your support, we can keep the core team working on Krita full-time.