Published 5th June, 2019
Hot on the heels of 4.2.0, we’re releasing Krita 4.2.1. Most importantly, this release fixes an issue where after painting for a long time, Krita would become slow because the undo stack would grow infinitely. There are other fixes, too: saving and loading .kra files containing vector layers with image names using non-latin1 characters has been fixed, too. Some fixes are by new contributor Carl Olsson, others by new contributor Dmitry Utkin, many thanks!
Here’s the full list of fixes:
Our builds of Krita 4.2.1 are also updated to use Qt 5.12.3, which should solve some problems with drag and drop; there might be new problems with display scaling on Windows, though, since the experimental patches for Qt that we used for 4.2.0 now give conflicts.
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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