Krita 3.0 Up To Release Candidate Stage
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 18 May 2016 at 07:54 AM EDT. 11 Comments
KDE --
Krita, KDE's incredible digital painting and illustration program, is getting very close to their major 3.0 milestone with today's availability of their release candidate.

Krita 3.0 marks the port of the program to Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5 along with many improvements to the program itself, more OpenMP multi-threading, new tools, Windows support improvements, instant preview support, hand-drawn animation support, and much more.

Done for Krita 3.0 RC1 were more translations, shortcut improvements, a faster advanced color selector, using OpenMP in G'Mic for faster filters, HiDPI mode support via an environment variable toggle, and a variety of fixes.

More details on today's Krita 3.0 Release Candidate 1 can be found via the post at Krita.org. The official Krita 3.0 release is still expected this month.
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