This is a work in progress page that will contain all the new features scheduled for Krita 4.2. There is no scheduled date for this release currently. You can get all these features now if you download the “Krita Next” nightly build.
Easily move, rotate, or transform the selection by itself. You can even edit the anchor points with how the selection is made to do things like rounding corners.
New contributor Anna Medonosova has added this great feature. A new color gamut docker where you can limit your colors shown. The results are only available right now with the artistic color selector and advanced color docker. If you want to rotate the gamut mask, you will need to edit it in the Gamut Mask docker.
New contributor Anna Medonosova has added this great feature. More options and cleaned up Artistic Color Selector. There is now a “continuous mode” (infinity symbol) that allows you to remove the stepping with certain attributes. Additional options for new gamut masking.
Move tool operations can now be undone.
The following changes have been done for the text editor
Ctrl + clicking a layer’s thumbnail in the layer docker makes a selection of the layers content. This is the same as the right click option Select Opaque. There are also new methods for making layer selections. “Select Opaque” has been renamed to “Select Opaque (replace)” now to account for the new functions.
One of our Google Summer of Code students for 2018, Michael Zhou, worked on an improved color palette docker. It is more stable as well as some of the following changes:
There is a new slider on the layers docker that allows you to resize the layer thumbnails to see them larger. The size is saved for when you return back to Krita the next time.
Added modified() getter to the document class to check if the document has changed (BUG 297320)