KDE's Krita 3.0 Now In Beta
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 27 April 2016 at 07:48 AM EDT. 6 Comments
KDE --
The developers behind KDE's flagship digital painting and animation program have this morning announced the Krita 3.0 Beta.

The Krita 3.0 Beta has more than 80 fixes since the Krita 3.0 Alpha a few weeks back. Among the changes are altering G'Mic so it uses OpenMP for multi-threading, tablet fixes, various tool fixes, Windows build improvements, and much more.

Fans of Krita wanting to try this 3.0 beta release of the long in development version that ports to KF5/Qt5 can download the beta and find out other information via Krita.org.
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