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.@krita 4.2.0: first and only painting app that supports HDR hardware. HDR monitors give more brightness and a wider palette of colors.

krita.org/en/item/krita-4-2-0-

Near real-world range of colors, including more greens and reds and 10 to 16 bits per channel, allowing for much smoother gradations.

WARNING: Windows only release! Mainly because there is no other operating system that currently supports HDR hardware. As soon as there are drivers for HDR hardware for Linux and macOS, we'll be ready.

@kde @Krita *whispers* that's my fancy-pants landscape you're seeing there. ;)

On a proper HDR screen the original looks more pink-orange, but making a version for regular sRGB screens is a bit of a trick, so haven't been able to do that yet.

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