Krita 3.3.2 Released
Today we are releasing Krita 3.3.2, a bugfix release for Krita 3.3.0. This release fixes two important regressions:
- Krita 3.3.1 would read brush presets with textures incorrectly. This is now fixed.
- Windows 1709 broke wintab and Windows Ink tablet handling in various ways; we worked around that and it works again in this version of Krita.
Additionally, there are the following fixes and improvements:
- Animation: make it possible to export empty frames after the end of the animation.
- Animation: make it possible to render up to a 10,000 frames
- Add a command-line option to start Krita with a new, empty image: krita --new-image RGBA,8,5000,3000
- Performance: improved caching for effect and selection masks
- Performance: Fix a leak in the smudge brush
- Performance: Improve performance when using the hardware-accelerated canvas
- Performance, Windows: improve the performance when loading icons
- macOS: render the frames-per-second overlay widget correctly
- Filters: it’s now possible to edit the filter’s settings directly in the xml that is used to save filter definitions to .krita files.
- Filters: a new ASC_CDL color balance filter was added, with Slope, Offset and Power options.
- Crashes: fix a crash that happened when closing a second document with infinite canvas active
- Layers: Make it possible to copy group layers
- UI: make it possible to use the scroll-wheel to scroll through patterns when the patterns palette is very narrow.
- UI: Improve drag and drop feedback in the layer panel
- UI: Hide the lock and collapse titlebar icons when a panel is floating
- G’Mic: the included G’Mic is updated to the latest release.
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.
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When it is updated, you can also use the Krita Lime PPA to install Krita 3.3.2 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.