Commit 68daa8e3 authored by Antoni Bella Pérez's avatar Antoni Bella Pérez 🚵🏻 Committed by Raghavendra Kamath
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Documentation fixes

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......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ Where can I find older versions of Krita?
All the older versions of Krita that are still available can be found here:
- `Very old builds <https://download.kde.org/Attic/krita/>`_
- `Very old builds <https://download.kde.org/Attic/krita/>`_.
On Windows, the Krita User Interface is too big on my screen
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......@@ -274,7 +274,7 @@ First, check if you have installed drivers and the like. The :ref:`drawing_table
The log viewer got added to Krita in 4.2, so for older versions of Krita, you will need to either run Krita in the terminal if you have Linux or MacOS, or for Windows install `DebugView <https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/debugview>`_ from the official Microsoft site, start DebugView and then start Krita.
When using a terminal, make sure to enable 'unlimited scrollback'
When using a terminal, make sure to enable 'unlimited scrollback'.
#. Press the :kbd:`Ctrl + Shift + T` shortcut, you will see a message box telling the logging has started.
#. Try to reproduce your problem, you will be able to see the log being created in the log viewer as you draw.
......@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ There is a myriad of reasons why this might be. Below is a short checklist.
- You do not have canvas acceleration enabled
- You have (NVidia) Vertical Sync enabled
Please also check `this page <https://phabricator.kde.org/T7199>`__
Please also check `this page <https://phabricator.kde.org/T7199>`_.
Slow start-up
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- For NVidia, try a 16-bit floating point color space.
- For older AMD CPU's (Krita 2.9.10 and above), turn off the vector optimizations that are broken on AMD CPUs. :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Performance`. This isn't needed if you've got an AMD Threadripper™ CPU.
- It's a fairly memory hungry program, so 2GB of RAM is the minimum, and 4GB is the preferable minimum.
- Check that nothing else is hogging your CPU
- Check that nothing else is hogging your CPU.
- Check that Instant Preview is enabled if you're using bigger brushes (but for very small brushes, make sure is disabled).
- Set brush precision to 3 or auto.
- Use a larger value for brush spacing.
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Why is my animation black in my video player
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You did not render the animation using the "baseline" option and you are using the default Windows media player. Re-render using the baseline option or use a better video player application, like VLC. Check `this useful diagram <https://www.deviantart.com/tiarevlyn/art/T-Krita-4-1-7-rendering-issues-manual-783473428>`__
You did not render the animation using the "baseline" option and you are using the default Windows media player. Re-render using the baseline option or use a better video player application, like VLC. Check `this useful diagram <https://www.deviantart.com/tiarevlyn/art/T-Krita-4-1-7-rendering-issues-manual-783473428>`_.
Tools
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.. meta::
:description:
Guide to the Krita community
Guide to the Krita community.
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* Boudewijn (irc: boud): project maintainer, lead developer. Works full-time on Krita. Manages the Krita Foundation, triages bugs, does social media and admin stuff. Boudewijn is also on Reddit as boudewijnrempt.
* Dmitry (irc: dmitryk_log): lead developer. Works full-time on Krita.
* Wolthera (irc: wolthera_laptop): developer, writes the manual and tutorials, triages bugs, helps people out
* Scott Petrovic (irc: scottyp): UX designer, developer, webmaster
* Wolthera (irc: wolthera_laptop): developer, writes the manual and tutorials, triages bugs, helps people out.
* Scott Petrovic (irc: scottyp): UX designer, developer, webmaster.
* David Revoy (irc: deevad): expert user, creates Pepper & Carrot, maintains the preset bundle.
* Alvin Wong (irc: windragon): windows guru
* Alvin Wong (irc: windragon): windows guru.
* Ben Cooksley (irc: bcooksley): KDE system administrator.
Krita’s team spans the globe, but most development happens in Europe and Russia.
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.. meta::
:description:
reStructuredText conventions for the Krita Manual
reStructuredText conventions for the Krita Manual.
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......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ You can make text *emphasized* and **strong** with a single asterisk and double
You cannot do both ***emphasized and strong***, so take a pick.
You can :sub:`subscript text` and :sup:`superscript text` by using ``:sub:`text``` and ``:sup:`text```
You can :sub:`subscript text` and :sup:`superscript text` by using ``:sub:`text``` and ``:sup:`text```.
However, use these super-sparingly! It is preferred to use the existing semantic markup in sphinx in any case, because that makes it easier for translators to make decisions about the nature of the text::
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.. meta::
:description:
Contributor's Readme for the Krita Manual
Contributor's Readme for the Krita Manual.
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......@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ Not recommended when you don't know what a branch is (see :ref:`merge-request-ed
.. note::
If you don't have a push access to the official repository, gitlab won't allow you to save your changes if you were editing the official repository by mistake (and :guilabel:`Create a merge request` won't help with that: you still need to commit your changes to your branch, but if you don't have push access, you can't do it). It will just show the message: `An error occurred whilst committing your changes. Please try again.`
If you don't have a push access to the official repository, gitlab won't allow you to save your changes if you were editing the official repository by mistake (and :guilabel:`Create a merge request` won't help with that: you still need to commit your changes to your branch, but if you don't have push access, you can't do it). It will just show the message: *An error occurred whilst committing your changes. Please try again.*
In this case, simply copy contents of all of the files you changed, go to your fork and paste them in the fork WebIDE.
......@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ Guidelines for new merge requests
#. You might get feedback on your merge request if it has mistakes. Just fix the mistakes in your branch in one of the following ways.
* If you want to use :guilabel:`Edit` mode, just go to :guilabel:`Changes` section of the merge request and click on the pencil icon (with a tooltip that says `Edit`) to use the Edit mode again.
* If you want to use :guilabel:`Edit` mode, just go to :guilabel:`Changes` section of the merge request and click on the pencil icon (with a tooltip that says *Edit*) to use the Edit mode again.
* If you want to use :guilabel:`WebIDE` mode, go to your fork, select the branch your changes are on and go to the WebIDE.
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......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ Additional information for supporters
#. XP-Pen tablets and other brands can have issues everywhere.
#. If someone asks about a tablet to buy, generally a cheaper Wacom or a Huion are the best options as of 2019, if they want to work with Krita. :ref:`list_supported_tablets`
#. If someone asks about a tablet to buy, generally a cheaper Wacom or a Huion are the best options as of 2019, if they want to work with Krita. :ref:`list_supported_tablets`.
#. `Possibly useful instruction in case of XP-Pen tablet issues <https://www.reddit.com/r/krita/comments/btzh72/xppen_artist_12s_issue_with_krita_how_to_fix_it/>`_.
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......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ You can download this manual as an epub `here <https://docs.krita.org/en/epub/Kr
|:ref:`getting_started` |:ref:`reference_manual` |
| | |
|New to Krita and don't know where to start? |A quick run-down of all of the tools that |
| |are available |
| |are available. |
+--------------------------------------------------------+--------------------------------------------------+
| .. image:: /images/intro_page/Hero_general.jpg | .. image:: /images/intro_page/Hero_faq.jpg |
| | |
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Reference Manual
################
A quick run-down of all of the tools that are available
A quick run-down of all of the tools that are available.
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
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......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ Aims to solve issues with Color Burn blending mode by using a formula which fall
.. figure:: /images/blending_modes/darken/Blending_modes_Easy_Burn_Sample_image_with_dots.png
:align: center
Left: **Normal**. Right: **Easy Burn**
Left: **Normal**. Right: **Easy Burn**.
.. index:: ! Fog Darken
.. _bm_fog_darken:
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......@@ -302,8 +302,8 @@ Suppose you want more or less smooth color transitions. You can either:
* :guilabel:`Color Rate` as low as 0.10 for round brushes, higher with non fully opaque brush tips.
* Or set the :guilabel:`Smudge Rate` as low as 0.10 instead.
* Or a combination of the two. Please try yourself for the output you like best.
* Optional: turn on :guilabel:`Rotation` for smoother blending
* Optional: turn on :guilabel:`Scatter` for certain effects
* Optional: turn on :guilabel:`Rotation` for smoother blending.
* Optional: turn on :guilabel:`Scatter` for certain effects.
* Optional: fiddle with :guilabel:`Size` and :guilabel:`Opacity` dynamics as necessary.
.. image:: /images/brushes/Krita-tutorial5-III.2-1.png
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First off, the line produced by the Curve brush is made up of 2 sections:
* The connection line, which is the main line drawn by your mouse
* The connection line, which is the main line drawn by your mouse.
* The curve lines I think, which are the extra fancy lines that form at curves. The curve lines are formed by connecting one point of the curve to a point earlier on the curve. This also means that if you are drawing a straight line, these lines won't be visible, since they'll overlap with the connection line. Drawing faster gives you wider curves areas.
......@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ You have access to 3 settings from the Lines tab, as well as 2 corresponding dyn
In addition, you have access to two checkboxes:
* Paint connection line, which toggles the visibility of the connection line
* Paint connection line, which toggles the visibility of the connection line.
* Smoothing, which... I have no idea actually. I don't see any differences with or without it. Maybe it's for tablets?
.. image:: /images/brushes/Krita-tutorial6-I.1-2.png
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......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ Brushes are ordered alphabetically. The brush that is selected by default when y
Let's first review these mechanics:
#. Select a brush tip. This can be a generated brush tip (round, square, star-shaped), a predefined bitmap brush tip, a custom brush tip or a text.
#. Select the spacing: this determines how many impressions of the tip will be made along your stroke
#. Select the spacing: this determines how many impressions of the tip will be made along your stroke.
#. Select the effects: the pressure of your stylus, your speed of painting or other inputs can change the size, the color, the opacity or other aspects of the currently painted brush tip instance -- some applications call that a "dab".
#. Depending on the brush mode, the previously painted brush tip instance is mixed with the current one, causing a darker, more painterly stroke, or the complete stroke is computed and put on your layer. You will see the stroke grow while painting in both cases, of course!
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......@@ -52,8 +52,8 @@ Masked brush is new feature that is only available in the :ref:`pixel_brush_engi
Difference from :ref:`option_texture`:
- You don’t need seamless texture to make cool looking brush
- Stroke generates on the fly, it always different
- Brush strokes looks same on any brush size
- Easier to fill some areas with solid color but harder to make it hard textured
- You don’t need seamless texture to make cool looking brush.
- Stroke generates on the fly, it always different.
- Brush strokes looks same on any brush size.
- Easier to fill some areas with solid color but harder to make it hard textured.
......@@ -77,5 +77,5 @@ This allows you to set the texture to Sensors. It will use the cutoff to continu
.. seealso::
`David Revoy describing the texture feature (old). <https://www.davidrevoy.com/article107/textured-brush-in-floss-digital-painting>`_
`David Revoy describing the texture feature (old) <https://www.davidrevoy.com/article107/textured-brush-in-floss-digital-painting>`_.
.. meta::
:description:
The Clones Array functionality in Krita
The Clones Array functionality in Krita.
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......@@ -173,4 +173,4 @@ In the gamut masking toolbar at the top of the selector you can toggle the selec
External Info
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`HSI and HSY for Krita’s advanced color selector. <https://wolthera.info/?p=726>`_
`HSI and HSY for Krita’s advanced color selector <https://wolthera.info/?p=726>`_.
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External Info
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- `HSI and HSY for Krita’s advanced colour selector by Wolthera van Hövell tot Westerflier. <https://wolthera.info/?p=726>`_
- `The Color Wheel, Part 7 by James Gurney. <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2010/02/color-wheel-part-7.html>`_
- `HSI and HSY for Krita’s advanced colour selector by Wolthera van Hövell tot Westerflier <https://wolthera.info/?p=726>`_.
- `The Color Wheel, Part 7 by James Gurney <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2010/02/color-wheel-part-7.html>`_.
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If you want to edit individual channels by their grayscale component, you will need to manually separate a layer. This can be done with a series of commands with the layer docker.
#. Select the layer you want to break apart.
#. Go to :menuselection:`Image --> Separate Image`
#. Go to :menuselection:`Image --> Separate Image`.
#. Select the following options and click :guilabel:`OK`:
#. Source: Current Layer
#. Alpha Options: Create separate separation from alpha channel
#. Output to Grayscale, not color: unchecked
#. Source: Current Layer.
#. Alpha Options: Create separate separation from alpha channel.
#. Output to Grayscale, not color: unchecked.
#. Hide your original layer
#. Select All of the new channel layers and put them in a group layer (:menuselection:`Layer --> Quick Group`)
#. Select the Red layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Red" (these are in the Misc. category)
#. Select the Green layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Green"
#. Select the Blue layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Blue"
#. Hide your original layer.
#. Select All of the new channel layers and put them in a group layer (:menuselection:`Layer --> Quick Group`).
#. Select the Red layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Red" (these are in the Misc. category).
#. Select the Green layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Green".
#. Select the Blue layer and change the blending mode to "Copy Blue" .
#. Make sure the Alpha layer is at the bottom of the group.
#. Enable Inherit Alpha for the Red, Green, and Blue layers.
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External Info
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- `Color Wheel Masking, Part 1 by James Gurney. <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2008/01/color-wheel-masking-part-1.html>`_
- `The Shapes of Color Schemes by James Gurney. <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2008/02/shapes-of-color-schemes.html>`_
- `Gamut Masking Demonstration by James Gourney (YouTube). <https://youtu.be/qfE4E5goEIc>`_
- `Color Wheel Masking, Part 1 by James Gurney <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2008/01/color-wheel-masking-part-1.html>`_.
- `The Shapes of Color Schemes by James Gurney <https://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2008/02/shapes-of-color-schemes.html>`_.
- `Gamut Masking Demonstration by James Gourney (YouTube) <https://youtu.be/qfE4E5goEIc>`_.
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Snap to Grid
Toggles grid snapping on or off. This can also be achieved with the :kbd:`Shift + S` shortcut.
Type
The type of Grid
The type of Grid.
Rectangle
An orthogonal grid.
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External Links:
* `Wikipedia's entry on image histograms. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_histogram>`_
* `Wikipedia's entry on image histograms <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_histogram>`_.
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