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    • Boudewijn Rempt's avatar
    • Dmitry Kazakov's avatar
      Fix race condition in start/stop isolated mode · 3f7e32c9
      Dmitry Kazakov authored
      We should not use QtCuncurrent anywhere in Krita
    • Dmitry Kazakov's avatar
      Don't try to generate LoD cache when the source device is empty · dea45823
      Dmitry Kazakov authored
      Our "empty" devices have a weird extent (qintmax, qintmax, 0, 0),
      which makes the LoD generation algorithm crash when it tries to read
      from qintmax-tile. So we should just check it.
    • Boudewijn Rempt's avatar
      Add convert_to_animated action to krita.action · 232f1c29
      Boudewijn Rempt authored
      Otherwise it won't have text.
    • Karl Ove Hufthammer's avatar
      Properly handle timezones and user’s preferred date format in bundles · 127e81f1
      Karl Ove Hufthammer authored
      Before: The ‘created’ and ‘updated’ times were stored as datetimes
      in the author’s time zone, but *without* a time zone marker. If a
      different user had a different time zone, the time displayed would
      be wrong (e.g., it could be a datetime in the future). Also, the
      format of the displayed time was a strange mix of locale-aware
      stuff (e.g. localised month names) and non-locale aware stuff
      (the order of the different components in the datetime).
      Now: The times are always stored as UTC datetimes, with an explicit
      datetime marker (‘Z’). (So no information about the author’s
      location is leaked.) They are always shown in the user’s preferred
      short datetime format (and in the user’s time zone).
      The above is true for ‘created’ and ‘updated’ times stored as
      actual datetimes. Older versions of Krita only stored the date,
      and in the fixed ‘dd/mm/yyyy’ format. For these bundles, the date
      is displayed in the user’s preferred short date (not datetime)