Krita 3.3.1 Brings Fixes for Important Regressions to the Digital Painting App
Only two weeks after the release of the significant Krita 3.3 update, the popular open-source and cross-platform digital painting app received a bug fix release that addresses some important regressions.
Krita 3.3.1 is a minor maintenance update that fixes two important regressions, including a crash that occurred when restarting Krita after closing it with the reference images docker set to floating, and a bug that won’t allow users to import unzipped .kra backup files or .kra files which were then archived manually as a zip file.
Besides these two regressions that, unfortunately, made into the Krita 3.3.0 release, the 3.3.1 maintenance update also introduces a couple of new features, such as paste-at-cursor, a new button that lets users open a file layer’s image in Krita, as well as contrast and brightness sliders for textured brushes.
Performance improvements, more bug fixes