Krita 4.0.2 released
Today the Krita team releases Krita 4.0.2, a bug fix release of Krita 4.0.0. We fixed more than fifty bugs since the Krita 4.0.0 release! See below for the full list of fixed isses. We’ve also got fixes submitted by two new contributors: Emmet O’Neil and Seoras Macdonald. Welcome!
Please note that:
- The reference image docker has been removed. Krita 4.1.0 will have a new reference images tool. You can test the code-in-progress by downloading the nightly builds for Windows and Linux. You can also use Antoine Roux’s reference images docker python plugin.
- Translations are broken in various ways. On Linux everything should work. On Windows, you might have to select your language as an extra override language in the Settings/Select language dialog. This might also be the case on macOS
- The macOS binaries are now signed, but do not have G’Mic and do not have Python scripting.
If you find a new issue, please consult this draft document on reporting bugs before reporting an issue. After the 4.0 release more than 150 bugs were reported, but most of those reports were duplicates, requests for help or just not useful at all. This puts a heavy strain on the developers and makes it harder to actually find time to improve Krita. Please be helpful!
- Patch QSaveFile so working on images stored in synchronized folders (dropbox, google drive) is safe. BUG:392408
- Enable WinInk or prompt if WinTab cannot be loaded
- Fix canvas update issues when an animation is being rendered to the cache BUG:392969
- Fix playback in isolated mode BUG:392559
- Fix saving animated transparency and filter masks, adjustment layer BUG:393302
- set size for a few timeline icons as it is painfully small on Windows
- Fix copy-pasting pixel data from animated layers BUG:364162
- Fix keeping “eraser switch size/opacity” option when saving the brush BUG:393499
- Fix update of the preset editor GUI when a default preset is created BUG:392869
- Make strength and opacity sliders from 0 to 100 percent in brush editor
File format support
- Fix saving state of the selection masks into .kra
- Read multilayer EXR files saved by Nuke BUG:393771
- PSD: convert the image if its colorspace is not supported
- Don’t let autosave close currently running actions
- increase the range for the pixel grid threshold
- only allow isometric grid with OpenGL enabled BUG:392526
- Fix a hangup when closing the image BUG:393916
- Fix a crash when duplicating active global selection masks BUG:382315
- Fix crashes on undo/redo of vector path points operations BUG:393209, BUG:393087
- Fix crash when deleting palette BUG:393353
- Fix crash when resizing the Tool Options for the shape selection tool BUG:393217
- Show the exact bounds in the layer properties dialog
- Add ability for vanishing point assistants to show and configure radial lines
- Make the Saturation slider update when picking a color that has Value 100 BUG:391934
- Fix “Break at segment” to work correctly with closed paths
- Disable right-clicking on popup palette BUG:391696, BUG:378484
- Don’t let the color label widget mess up labels when right button is pressed BUG:392815
- Fix Canvas position popping after pop-up palette rotation reset BUG:391921 (Patch by Emmet O’Neil, thanks!)
- Change the behaviour of the add layer button BUG:385050 (Patch by Seoras Macdonald, thanks!)
- Clicking outside preview box moves view to that point BUG:384687 (Patch by Seoras Macdonald, thanks!)
- Implement double Esc key press shortcut for canceling continued transform mode BUG:361852
- Display flow and opacity as percentage instead of zero to one on toolbar
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 4.0.2 on Ubuntu and derivatives. We are working on an updated snap.
Note: the gmic-qt and python 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 (filenames ending in .sig).
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.