Frequent question: What does ctrl do in Krita?

What does Ctrl Z do in Krita?

3. General

Ctrl+A Select all
Ctrl+Z Undo
Shift+Ctrl+Z Redo
Ctrl+O Open
Shift+Ctrl+D Deselect

What is the undo shortcut for Krita?

First, there is the classic Ctrl + Z. Next, there is the cumulative undo.

How do I undo a selection in Krita?

Use the Shift + Z shortcut to undo last point.

How do I zoom out in Krita?

Zoom Tool

  1. Ctrl + Space + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out fluently.
  2. Ctrl + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out fluently.
  3. Ctrl + Alt + Space + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out with discrete steps.
  4. Ctrl + Alt + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out with discrete steps.

How do I use the Krita selection mask?

To do so, you first need to activate the global selection as a layer node. To do so, go into Select ‣ Show Global Selection Mask. The global selection, if you have anything selected, will now appear on the top of the layer stack as a selection mask.

What is a colorize mask?

A tool for quickly coloring line art, the Colorize Mask Editing tool can be found next to the gradient tool on your toolbox. This feature is technically already in 3.1, but disabled by default because we had not optimized the filling algorithm for production use yet.

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How do you blur the background in Krita?

Use the auto brush tip set fade to 0 use the gaussian blur. Adjust opacity as low before there is no effect.. and increase it until you get something you like.

Does Krita have a slice tool?

Found under Image ‣ Image Split, the Image Split function allows you to evenly split a document up into several sections. This is useful for splitting up spritesheets for example. The amount of horizontal lines to split at.

How do I resize without losing quality Krita?

Re: Krita how to scale without losing quality.

just use the “box” filter when scaling. other programs may call this “nearest” or “point” filtering. it will not mix between pixel values at all when resizing.