It takes up a lot of time to answer the same question, and I would like to reserve that time for answering the questions that are unique and more dififcult to answer. Sadly, we had to disable hidpi support for windows on 3.0 due to it causing a massive slowdown in the canvas(because for some reason it scaled up the canvas as well). Troubleshooting - UI Scaling issue?

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It is made by artists that want to see affordable art tools for everyone. Krita - Free and open source digital painting application for Illustrators, comic artists, concept artists , matte painters etc. Please send help. News. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Go to Computer > Krita is a free open source digital painting and drawing program. I have a new laptop (an HP Spectre with UHD resolution) and for some reason, I have been having difficulties with some programs on here, including Krita, where the scaling seems to be either too big to be usable (KRITA) or too small and unreadable (Paint Tool SAI). It is designed to increase productivity and save time of the artists by providing quick access to some of the most frequently used tools and features in Krita. Krita's UI appears either too big or too small (depending if I tick "Enable Hi-DPI support" or not).

No, there's no way to do that without changing the display scaling setting. I just got a new 17'' laptop. 100% Upvoted. Once we have figured that out, it’ll be enabled automatically. r/krita is for sharing artworks made in Krita, general help, tips and tricks, troubleshooting etc. A Friendly forum. So, The answer is slightly complicated but not overtly so.1. Krita also has a Deform Brush Engine which is much faster than liquify, but has less quality. Then.

is perfect. Krita’s interface text size. Krita is a professional FREE and open source painting program. But sometimes I get a lot of the same question. r/krita is for sharing artworks made in Krita, general help, tips and tricks, troubleshooting etc. I use 3.0 Appimage. Tools You Need to Grow as an Artist. I like answering questions, so it is fine to ask them. But would be good to have the icons be more accessible. Press J to jump to the feed.

this sets the Krita hidpi variable. This tool allows you to add text to your artwork. press enter. Now, just got to find out how to do the Windows 10 thing : P Wish me luck : 3, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Krita - Free and open source digital painting application for Illustrators, comic artists, concept artists , matte painters etc. Which is perfectly safe, of course, and I would say that 250% is too big for a 17" display with that resolution. Okay whatevs about Windows (It it lesser problem), can you please tell me how to make interface text itself bigger on Ubuntu(16.04) then? Hovering over other text shapes will highlight their bounding box. Press J to jump to the feed. Is there a way to get something in the middle? Krita's UI appears either too big or too small (depending if I tick "Enable Hi-DPI support" or not).

It's quite usable as is (especially since Krita allows me to scale up the thmbnails for layers and brushes). Is there a way to get something in the middle? I'd rather not change the resolution/scale in Windows since it is at the recommended values. That looks like you've enabled text scaling, not display scaling in Windows. The thing is that all other apps I have look fine on that resolution/scale... One interesting thing I just noticed: most of Krita's UI actually look fine when I have the Hi-DPI option unticked. I really need interface text to be bigger.

For more information about where to request features. Oh I see! contrran: krita-foundation: contrran: @krita-foundation halp! I'd rather not change the resolution/scale in Windows since it is at the recommended values.

All the features you need FREE education and resources Supportive community. Ok at home it seems to work.Just went at work (was on vacation), did all you suggested, but obviously the text is just... Ok, you’ll need to play with the terminal a bit:First open a terminal in the location where you have the apimage, either... check the bugtracker first whether it has been reported yet! Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I really need interface text to be bigger. So I will answer with a :( .

It's not just the text that's the problem, it's the entire window that seems to be nonadjustable and completely unusable or unreadable. Text Tool¶. Sort by. I have a high - resolution screens (both at home and at work), and it’s REALLY not comfortable. Please don’t sent me feature requests. The reason is that our features get designed carefully beforehand. concept art; texture and matte painters; illustrations and comics; GET KRITA NOW. Search for... Krita 4.4.0 released!

If you are attempting to make liquefy a little faster, note that it speeds up with the less information it needs to process, so working with liquefy within a selection or using liquefy on a separate layer with little on it will greatly enhance the speed. : P, Edit: Krita is good. Help. SOS, http://imgur.com/a/eoLzv (pic of problem). level 1. press enter, and now Krita should start up with the hidpi functionality working. save hide report.

Anything else (text, panels etc.) When releasing a default text will be created and the text editor window will pop-up.. I can only tell you if a feature is being worked on, but I cannot resolve feature requests. Cookies help us deliver our Services. 4 comments. But if I find you didn’t try at the very least, I’ll be sad. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Lead Developer. share. @krita-foundation halp! best. I have it at 3840x2160 resolution and 250% scale (these are the recommended settings for my laptop). I use 150% and have enabled HiDPI support in Krita itself, and that looks okay on my SP3. I'm super new to Windows 10, and I hate to waste your time like this, but how do I do that? Hi there! I have a new laptop (an HP Spectre with UHD resolution) and for some reason, I have been having difficulties with some programs on here, including Krita, where the scaling seems to be either too big to be usable (KRITA) or too small and unreadable (Paint Tool SAI). You use it by doing + drag to create a rectangular selection. Ok, you’ll need to play with the terminal a bit: First open a terminal in the location where you have the apimage, either via nautilus or by using cd.

I have a high - resolution screens (both at home and at work), and it’s REALLY not comfortable. The only things that look abnormally small seem to be all the icons (on the lefthand toolbar, top bar, on panels on the right etc). I tried to google it, tried to find it in configurations, no luck ;(I’m using Krita with Ubuntu and Win8. I tried to google it, tried to find it in configurations, no luck ;(I’m using Krita … Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up.