Commit d81ad920 authored by Antoni Bella Pérez's avatar Antoni Bella Pérez 🚵🏻
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More fixes

parent 93f17792
......@@ -101,8 +101,8 @@ Certain tablets using n-trig, like the Surface Pro, have two types of
drivers. One is native, n-trig and the other one is called wintab.
Since 3.3, Krita can use Windows Ink style drivers, just go to
:menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Tablet Settings` and
toggle the :guilabel:`Windows 8+ Pointer Input` there. You don't need to install
the wintab drivers anymore for n-trig based pens.
toggle the :guilabel:`Windows 8+ Pointer Input (Windows Ink)` there. You
don't need to install the wintab drivers anymore for n-trig based pens.
Windows 10 updates
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
......@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ Sometimes, there's software that tries to make a security layer between
Krita and the operating system. Sandboxie is an example of this.
However, Krita cannot always connect to certain parts of the operating
system while sandboxed, so it will often break in programs like
sandboxie. Similarly, certain mouse software, like Razer utilities can
Sandboxie. Similarly, certain mouse software, like Razer utilities can
also affect whether Krita can talk to the operating system, converting
tablet information to mouse information. This type of software should be
configured to leave Krita alone, or be deinstalled.
......@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ to Krita:
#. Sandboxie
#. Razer mouse utilities
#. AMD catalyst “game mode” (this broke the right click for someone)
#. AMD Catalyst:sup:`TM` “game mode” (this broke the right click for someone)
Flicks (Wait circle showing up and then calling the popup palette)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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......@@ -80,12 +80,12 @@ This is not quite true. It's rather that we don't have our brush settings in a d
A simple inking brush recipe for example is to take a pixel brush, uncheck the :guilabel:`Enable Pen Settings` on opacity and flow, and uncheck everything but size from the option list. Then, go into brush-tip, pick :ref:`auto_brush_tip` from the tabs, and set the size to 25 (right-click a blue bar if you want to input numbers), turn on anti-aliasing under the brush icon, and set fade to 0.9. Then, as a final touch, set spacing to 'auto' and the spacing number to 0.8.
You can configure the brushes in a lot of detail, and share the packs with others. Importing of packs and brushes can be done via the :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources...`, where you can import .bundle files or .kpp files.
You can configure the brushes in a lot of detail, and share the packs with others. Importing of packs and brushes can be done via the :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources...`, where you can import ``.bundle`` or ``.kpp`` files.
Erasing
~~~~~~~
Erasing is a blending mode in Krita, much like the transparency mode of Paint Tool Sai. It's activated with the :kbd:`E` key or you can select it from the Blending Mode drop-down...
Erasing is a blending mode in Krita, much like the transparency mode of Paint Tool Sai. It's activated with the :kbd:`E` key or you can select it from the :guilabel:`Blending Mode` drop-down box.
Blending Modes
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Multiple, Screen, Overlay and Normal are amongst the favorites.
Krita's Luminosity is actually slightly different from Paint Tool Sai's and it replaces the relative brightness of color with the relative brightness of the color of the layer.
Sai's Luminosity mode (called Shine in Sai2) is the same as Krita's *Luminosity/Shine (SAI)* mode, which is new in Krita 4.2.4.
The Sai's Shade mode is the same as *Color Burn* and *Hard Mix* is the same as the lumi and shade mode.
The Sai's Shade mode is the same as *Color Burn* and *Hard Mix* is the same as the Luminosity and Shade modes.
Layers
......@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ You already met the brush settings editor. Sketch brushes, grid brushes, deform
More color selectors
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
You can have HSV sliders, RGB sliders, triangle in a hue ring. But you can also have HSI, HSL or HSY' sliders, CMYK sliders, palettes, round selectors, square selectors, tiny selectors, big selectors, color history and shade selectors. Just go into :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Advanced Color Selector Settings` to change the shape and type of the main big color selector.
You can have HSV sliders, RGB sliders, triangle in a hue ring. But you can also have HSI, HSL or HSY' sliders, CMYK sliders, palettes, round selectors, square selectors, tiny selectors, big selectors, color history and shade selectors. Just go into :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color Selector Settings --> Color Selector tab`, select an option in the :guilabel:`Docker:` drop-down box, to change the shape and type of your main color selector.
.. image:: /images/dockers/Krita_Color_Selector_Types.png
:align: center
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......@@ -37,9 +37,9 @@ The Brush settings drop-down
----------------------------
To start, the Brush Settings Editor panel can be accessed in the
toolbar, between the :guilabel:`Blending Modes` button on the right and the :guilabel:`Patterns`
button on the left. Alternately, you can use the :kbd:`F5` key to open
it.
toolbar, between the :guilabel:`Choose brush preset` button on the right
and the :guilabel:`Fill Patterns` button on the left. Alternately, you
can use the :kbd:`F5` key to open it.
When you open Brush Settings Editor panel you will see something like
this:
......@@ -94,23 +94,24 @@ Reloading
'''''''''
If you change a preset, an icon will appear behind the engine name. This
is the :guilabel:`reload` button. You can use it to revert to the original brush
settings.
is the :guilabel:`Reload the brush preset` button. You can use it to
revert to the original brush settings.
Saving a preset
''''''''''''''''
On the right, there's :guilabel:`Save New Brush Preset` and :guilabel:`Overwrite Brush`.
On the right, there's :guilabel:`Save New Brush Preset...` and
:guilabel:`Overwrite Brush` buttons.
Save New Brush Preset...
Will take the current preset and all its changes and save it as a
new preset. If no change was made, you will be making a copy of the
current preset.
Overwrite Brush
This will only enable if there are any changes. Pressing this will
override the current preset with the new settings, keeping the name
and the icon intact. It will always make a timestamped back up in
the resources folder.
Save New Brush Preset
Will take the current preset and all its changes and save it as a
new preset. If no change was made, you will be making a copy of the
current preset.
Save new preset will call up the following window, with a mini scratch
pad, and all sorts of options to change the preset icon:
......@@ -120,13 +121,13 @@ pad, and all sorts of options to change the preset icon:
The image on the left is a mini scratchpad, you can draw on it with the
current brush, allowing small modifications on the fly.
Brush Name
Brush Name:
The Name of your brush. This is also used for the KPP file. If
there's already a brush with that name, it will effectively
overwrite it.
Load Existing Thumbnail
This will load the existing thumbnail inside the preset.
Load scratch pad thumbnail
Load Scratchpad Thumbnail
This will load the dashed area from the big scratch pad (Section C)
into the thumbnail area.
Load Image
......@@ -160,8 +161,9 @@ filter. This is done this way because the levels filter allows
maintaining the darkest shadows and brightest highlights on a tool icon,
making it much better for quick adjustments.
If you're done with everything, you can press :guilabel:`Save` in the :guilabel:`Save New
Brush Preset` dialog and Krita will save the new brush.
If you're done with everything, you can press :guilabel:`Save` in the
:guilabel:`Save New Brush Preset` dialog and Krita will save the new
brush.
Section B - The Preset Chooser
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
......@@ -197,7 +199,7 @@ top right of the brush settings to show it.
When saving a new preset, you can choose to get the icon from the
scratch pad, this will load the dash area into the mini scratch pad of
the Save New Brush Preset dialog.
the :guilabel:`Save New Brush Preset` dialog.
The scratch pad has four buttons underneath it. These are in order for:
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