Krita for Mac OS X 3.3.2 freeware
Krita is a creative sketching and painting application based on Calligra technology. Whether you want to create art paintings, cartoons, concept art or textures, Krita supports most graphics tablets out of the box. Krita has relied on Qt's graphics tablet support since Krita 2.0. We consciously dropped our own X11-level code in favour of the cross-platform API that Qt offered.
|Author||Stichting Krita Foundation|
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||image, photo, digital painting, edit, editor, drawing platform, draw painting, photo editor, draw, paint, painting|
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|3.3.2||Nov 5, 2017||New Release||Today we are releasing Krita 3.3.2, a bugfix release for Krita 3.3.0.
This release fixes two important regressions:
Krita 3.3.2 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.
|3.3.1||Oct 10, 2017||New Release||Alvin Wong has implemented support for the Windows 8 event API, which means that Krita now supports the n-trig pen in the Surface line of laptops (and similar laptops from Dell, HP and Acer) natively. This is still very new, so you have to enable this in the tablet settings.
And he also refactored Krita’s hardware-accelerated display functionality to optionally use Angle on Windows instead of native OpenGL. That means that many problems with Intel display chips and broken driver versions are worked around because Krita now can use Direct3D indirectly.
|3.2.1||Aug 28, 2017||New Release||Crash on startup if only OpenGL 2.1 is found: if you had to disable opengl for 3.2.0, you can try to enable it again
A crash when changing layer types in the gmic-qt plugin
A bug where gmic-qt could crash on odd-sized images
A regression where using the text tool would break the brush tool