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white grid on the colored surface.

michaelstolz
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white grid on the colored surface.

Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:17 pm
For a few months I did not have any problems with Krita 4.1.7. Except yesterday. When I opened it and wanted to start painting, there was a white grid on the colored surface. How do I get away? [URL = http: //www.image.me/picture.php? File = 8543693x.jpg] [IMG] http://s1.picture.me/pictures/110417/thumb_8543693x.jpg [/ IMG] [/ UL ]

How can I upload pictures directly?

Thank you for the answer
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User avatar rbreu
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That grid automatically becomes visible when you zoom in so much that you are down to pixel level. If you usually work with bigger images, you probably have never seen it because one rarely zooms in that much with bigger images. ;)

If you don't like it, go to: Settings -> Configure Krita -> Display -> Pixel Grid. You can't completely disable it, but if you set Start showing at to 9999% you'll be unlikely to ever see it again.
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@michaelstolz re. "How can I upload pictures directly?"

It can be difficult and confusing to describe in words/characters the content that you need to place a picture in your post so here is a picture:

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https://i.imgur.com/IfGQkUE.png is the direct link to an image I uploaded to Imgur some time ago for file storage of the picture. That link was displayed to me by imgur when I upload and then selected it there as well as lots of other useful information and posting links.

After typing it, you can check it by clicking the 'Preview' button at the bottom when you create your post.

For some reason, the file links you provided are not suitable for inline placement in a post on this forum and the error message, "It was not possible to determine the dimensions of the image. ", was given. This may be something to do with your image file hosting website, or you may have given the file download link instead of the forum posting link, I don't know. I've never had a problem with Imgur and can recommend it.
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@rbreu: Your assumption was correct. It was a huge Zoom

 
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