Monthly Archives: May 2006

Annoucement of krita-plugins 1.5-1

As I have promised, the first release of Krita-plugins is available for download. As described in my previous posts, this release include:– some basic color filter(min/max, to alpha)– color transfer– adjustable blur– unsharp mask– a red eye removal tool You … Continue reading

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krita-plugins 1.5-1 : image enhancement

Here are the last three plugins of the soon to be released krita-plugins, two filters: adjustable blur and unsharp mask and one tool: red-eye removal. As for the tarball of those plugins, they should be available shortly, I will keep … Continue reading

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An other konqi supporting koffice artwork

I found the time to play a little bit more with my tablet tuesday, and after yesterday Boudewijn’s blog entry about kubuntu, I found time today to complete a konqi wearing a “I love KOffice” t-shirt :

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krita-plugins 1.5-1 : simple colors filters

I remember the time I get involve in the krita project, my first visible feature was the invert filter, but it took me three months to write it. Mostly because there was a lot of infrastucture work to do before … Continue reading

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First steps with a tablet

It has been long time that I have wanted to buy a wacom tablet, and this week I did baught one and I received it Configure it As any hardware it nearly works out of the box. The kernel recognize … Continue reading

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krita-plugins 1.5-1 : color transfer filter

In a few days, I will release the first beta version of krita-plugins for Krita 1.5. It’s a collection of plugins that will be part of the next official release but that I make available as a seperate package for … Continue reading

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Kross : why choose between white and black ?

Since a few weeks, there have been an incredible amounts of KDE developers speaking about how their scripting language was the best in the world and that it should be considered as the VBA or AppleScript of the Open Source … Continue reading

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