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Krita is the KOffice paint and image editor application.

miabraha

1 year ago

Krita has outgrown this 10 year old post by a bit, go to www.krita.org and check out the latest version!

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Reddick27

9 years ago

Hi,
please, how can i install krita.cmg package? I have Kubuntu 7.04 and apt. manager (but without internet connection :o( Thanks Reddick

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integral30

11 years ago

I pretty much dont know anything about graphics, but i liked the functionality to do basic tasks. However some things i found very annoying. For example you cant delete a part of a pic by pressing delete button. I could not find a way how to delete an area at all! resulting in switching back to windows again :(. I think, further versions should consider basic functionalities of that type.

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janet

11 years ago

You wouldn't do yourself a favor just for switching back because you don't have del-functionality in krita ;) I don't know how it is in krita - for I'm not able to make a simple selection of a part of the picture at all with it. In Gimp anyway you can delete a part of the picture with Ctrl-X. Maybe you can try that in krita? BTW: this is only the klik package of krita. If you find a bug or have a wish report it to bugzilla (you can find the way via the help menu in krita).

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athleston

11 years ago

I got the klik client -- even installed and used Skype with it, but... your krita download link does not work the same way, I get a download instead of an install. What am I supposed to do with this krita.cmg? klik://krita.cmg does nothing, and double-clicking it does nothing either. [Mandriva 2005 LE]

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pfeifle

11 years ago

Please check if your klik client is current. (There occur daily changes currently). To be sure, re-install:

"wget klik.atekon.de/client/install -O - | sh"

Check if you have the files (shellscripts) .zAppRun and .klik in your ${HOME}.

You can run the klik client on the commandline (with -x for more verbose output):

"sh -x ${HOME}/.zAppRun krita-cmg"

which should startup Krita.

What OS is it that you are using?

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probono

11 years ago

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athleston

11 years ago

I got the klik client -- even installed and used Skype with it, but... your krita download link does not work the same way, I get a download instead of an install. What am I supposed to do with this krita.cmg? klik://krita.cmg does nothing, and double-clicking it does nothing either. [Mandriva 2005 LE]

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athleston

11 years ago

I got the klik client -- even installed and used Skype with it, but... your krita download link does not work the same way, I get a download instead of an install. What am I supposed to do with this krita.cmg? klik://krita.cmg does nothing, and double-clicking it does nothing either. [Mandriva 2005 LE]

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athleston

11 years ago

I got the klik client -- even installed and used Skype with it, but... your krita download link does not work the same way, I get a download instead of an install. What am I supposed to do with this krita.cmg? klik://krita.cmg does nothing, and double-clicking it does nothing either. [Mandriva 2005 LE]

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dmiceman

11 years ago

Unfortunately, i can`t try it. Seems like krita.cmg is corrupted by download manager or something more worst happens.

md5sum: 0c5ee726d3cf43ec3fb038c7e3fa1c02

Is it wrong or correct?

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asdex

11 years ago

Please update the screenshots, they look outdated.

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boud

11 years ago

They are... But they do reflect the current (1.4.2) release. When we get a new release, I'll update them, otherwise I can go on updating them every day. We're talking lightning fast progress here :-).

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Raeth

11 years ago

I like the PSP-like interface, but there seems to be no pressure-sensivity support for tablets, which is vital for any decent graphics editor.

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boud

11 years ago

That's probably because you're using a distribution that doesn't compile tablet support into Qt. It's not the default option, and notably Debian doesn't enable it. Kubuntu does, nowadays, and SuSE always did.

If your Qt has tablet support, and you still get no pressure sensitivity, it may be your X11 configuration.

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IceRAM

11 years ago

I've been following development of Krita in the blogs and all I can say is congratulations.

I've seen a lot of filters porting from GIMP to Krita. I would like to know if the ported filters can also be used in Digikam.

KDE is, in fact, a synonym for desktop integration, isn't it? :)

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boud

12 years ago

Please, people, if you have success running this package, and if nothing works for you, mail me -- boud@rempt.xs4all.nl. I'm trying to figure out for which distributions this way of packaging stuff works, and for which distributions it doesn't.

Interesting information for me is;

gcc version
kde version
qt version
location of kde

and... whether you have followed the instructions at
http://www.valdyas.org/fading/index.cgi/hacking/krita/binary.html?

I also guess, but I'm not sure, that you need to restart KDE or run kbuildsycoca; it may depend a bit whether just running kbuildsycoca works, or not.

Boudewijn Rempt

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rgfree

12 years ago

Krita Alpha Binary Release #3

Detecting wrapper location ... OK
Setting up HTML docs symlink ... OK
Adding . to KDEDIRS= ... OK

Starting Krita ...
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
bitBlt: Cannot bitBlt to device
koffice (lib kofficecore): ERROR: Couldn't find the native MimeType in krita's desktop file. Check your installation !

Checking for KDE 3.x using kde-config (/opt/kde3/bin/kde-config) ... Yes
Checking for Qt 3 (Qt >= 3.0.5) ... Yes



BTW: tried kbuildsycoca to no avail.

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nckat

12 years ago

It doesn't load at all. Running Fedora Core 3:

Krita Alpha Binary Release #3

Detecting wrapper location ... OK
Setting up HTML docs symlink ... OK
Adding . to KDEDIRS= ... OK

Starting Krita ...

Checking for KDE 3.x using kde-config (/usr/bin/kde-config) ... Yes
Checking for Qt 3 (Qt >= 3.0.5) ... Yes

There is no error message telling me I'm missing a required file. Any suggestion would be welcome. :)

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google01103

12 years ago

Starting Krita ...
koffice (lib kofficecore): ERROR: Couldn't find the native MimeType in krita's desktop file. Check your installation !


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dannya

12 years ago

Hi.
I also had the same problem - to fix, run the command "kbuildsycoca" in a konsole window, then try to run ./krita again...

Danny

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google01103

12 years ago

Not here, got same error as before regarding native MimeType

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google01103

12 years ago

got it working by adding the krita dir to the $KDEDIRS path then running kbuildsycoca as discribed on http://www.valdyas.org/fading/index.cgi/hacking/krita/binary.html

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12 years ago

Krita Alpha Binary Release #3

Detecting wrapper location ... OK
Setting up HTML docs symlink ... OK
Adding . to KDEDIRS= ... OK

Starting Krita ...
./bin/krita: error while loading shared libraries: libXinerama.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Checking for KDE 3.x using kde-config (/usr/bin/kde-config) ... Yes
Checking for Qt 3 (Qt >= 3.0.5) ... Yes

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dannya

12 years ago

So, install libXinerama.so.1 then!

:)

Danny

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