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KDE: Krita 4.2.0 Alpha, Manjaro 19 KDE Alpha, and Project Trident

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  • Krita 4.2.0-alpha Released

    We’re on track to release Krita 4.2.0  this month, and today we’re releasing the alpha!

  • Manjaro 19 KDE Alpha Run Through

    In this video, we look at Manjaro 19 KDE-DEv 19.05.05, also known as Manjaro 19 Alpha.

  • TrueOS/FreeBSD-based Project Trident 19.04 Available

    Project Trident version 19.04 (based on TrueOS 19.04) is now available! If you experience an update error (code 150) before any packages are downloaded, please delete all Qt4 packages from your system before trying again: sudo pkg remove qt4-corelib This appears to be caused by a bug in pkg regarding the removal of flavor(s) from a package repo, and removing the Qt4 packages beforehand will allow the update procedures to work once again....

Krita 4.2 Alpha Brings Performance Improvements

  • Krita 4.2 Alpha Brings Performance Improvements, Other Digital Painting Enhancements

    Krita 4.2 is slated to be released later in May while today an alpha release is available for helping to test this release, which should be in largely good shape considering there were more than 200 bugs closed in the past month.

    Krita 4.2 brings improved drawing tablet support across the major platforms, HDR painting support is now possible but only under Windows for now (the work was sponsored by Intel; HDR support under Linux itself is still lacking), there are Docker improvements, a better artistic color selector, color gamut masking, multi-brush improvements, and various other drawing workflow improvements.

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