I recently stumbled onto an issue with Krita while trying to select colours. The colour selector (In this example I use the Pallette docker, but this happens for all colour selection methods.) seems to “hop” around between a few different colours, around two, before settling on the desired colour. I see this happen with every colour selecting docker, but in the screen recording below, I show it happening in the Pallete.
Notice how the orange border around the colour moves beyond where my cursor is.
This hopping seems to happen for about a second, and during that time I cannot paint. This also seems to pose a problem for when I use keyboard shortcuts: If I use ctrl-click to select a canvas colour for example, the hopping occurs but it also seems to screw up the colour selection and produces a colour that I didn’t pick. If I select a colour and then press shift to change my brush size right after, the colour doesn’t seem to stick. The hopping also makes it harder to manage colours – while I was trying to clean out my pallettes for example, I would accidentally delete a colour that I had not selected.
Is anyone else experiencing this issue? I seem to have had it for about the last month now on and off. I haven’t submitted a bug report because I can’t quite be certain what the exact steps to reproduce this are, or if it’s even a bug (could just a problem on my end). If I ctrl-click for instance, I don’t know how many times it will hop. And I think selecting the exact same colour that was previously selected does not cause a hop to occur. Overall, it seems fairly unpredictable from my point of view.
Tech specifics: I’m on version 4.3.0-beta1 on windows 10, but have had it for the 4.2.9 stable build too. This version is on a Microsoft surface pro with pen.