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Krita 4.4.2 Released

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Today, the Krita team ihas released Krita 4.4.2. With over 300 changes, this is mainly a bugfix release, though some key new features, too!

Sharaf Zaman’s Google Summer of Code project has landed in this release! Compatible with Inkscape, Krita now provides the second independent implementation of SVG Mesh Gradients. Mesh gradients are used on vector objects and can deliver really natural looking results...

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Also: Krita 4.4.2 Released with New Tools, Brushes, and Halftone Filter

Krita 4.4.2 Released With Over 300 Changes

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