What is the Undo shortcut for Krita?
First, there is the classic Ctrl + Z. Next, there is the cumulative undo.
What is the move tool in Krita?
With this tool, you can move the current layer or selection by dragging the mouse. Anything that is on the selected layer will be moved. Any content contained on the layer that is resting under the four-headed Move cursor will be moved.
How do I zoom out in Krita?
- Ctrl + Space + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out fluently.
- Ctrl + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out fluently.
- Ctrl + Alt + Space + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out with discrete steps.
- Ctrl + Alt + + drag on the canvas will zoom in or out with discrete steps.
How do I deselect in Krita?
On the top bar with the “File” “edit” and other options, there’s a “select” dropdown menu which will have an option to delesect all. Another way to deselect all is to switch to the magic wand tool and tap off the canvas in the gray.
How do I make Krita full screen?
Canvas Only mode is Krita’s version of full screen mode. It is activated by hitting the Tab key on the keyboard.
How do I merge two layers in Krita?
Ctrl + E shortcut for merging a layer down. This also merges selected layers, layer styles and will keep selection masks intact. Using the Ctrl + E shortcut on a single layer with a mask will merge down the mask into the layer. Ctrl + Shift + E shortcut merges all layers.
What is Alpha Lock?
Alpha lock is a function that lets you partially change the color of the line drawing in the layer that has been opacity locked with a brush. Although the same expression can be done using the clipping function, no additional layer is necessary with alpha lock.
How do you inherit Alpha in Krita?
Now there’s an easier way to set up alpha inheritance. If you select a layer or set of layers and press the Ctrl + Shift + G shortcut, you create a quick clipping group. That is, you group the layers, and a ‘mask layer’ set with alpha inheritance is added on top.