@davidrevoy
That's fantastic work! BTW is there a way to set a hotkey for eraser or any preset brushes in Krita?

@Delta67 Thanks! Yes, activate the 'Ten Brushes' plugin in Configure Krita > Python Plugin Manager ; then you'll find a new panel (after a restart of Krita) under Tool > Script > Ten Brushes . You'll be able to assign a custom shortcut to 10 presets. The shortcuts can be changed in configuration. If you press twice a shortcut, it toggles. It works really well with Erasers.

@davidrevoy
Ohhhh thank you so much for the help. I'm having difficulty finding the plugin right now since Arch Linux puts all the plugins in /usr/share and renamed the desktop files. But after I copied all of them to the resource folder and changed the names it seems Krita still cannot recognize them. The plugin list is empty.

@davidrevoy
But it's weird that I can see Ten Brushes in Keyboard Shortcuts settings, tho I can set their shortcut but not which preset they are associated with. And Tools -> Scripts is also empty.

Suivre

@Delta67 Yes, you'll need to use the appimage version certainly; that's the only one version the Krita team support for Linux users (from a recent blog post). With the appimage, you'll have all libs patched and at the right version to reduce the amount of bugs.

@davidrevoy
Ah just switched to appimage version. It's working right now. Thanks again for the help.😊

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