You cannot see any lines being made at all. Eraser leaves marks. Unusable.
Are you really on Linux? From the way your report is phrased, I would rather suspect you're on Windows. Check
And do tell us the exact version of your display chip and display driver.
Won't zoom in or out can't see lines being made pencil or eraser and less you right click and then left click but the image is still stuck.
(In reply to Allie White from comment #3)
> Won't zoom in or out can't see lines being made pencil or eraser and less
> you right click and then left click but the image is still stuck.
Im on krita
Disable opengl, please, and tell me the model and version of your intel display adapter and the version of the driver. Press the windows key, type hardware, and go to display in the dialog that shows up.
I do not now how to do all that would you please explain it to me.
Before creating an image, Go to the Settings Menu
In the Settings menu, select the Configure Krita
in the Configure Krita dialog, select the Display page
Uncheck the checkbox that says "Use OpenGL"
Create an image
If you can now see your work, your computer has one of the broken Intel display drivers.
Press the Windows key
Type "device manager"
Select the device manager in the list
Open the display adapters part of the list
Double click on the entry that says "Intel(R) HD Graphics
Click on the Driver tab
Copy the string after "Driver version:" to this bug report.
OK that's fixed but now there's a new problem it will not work, touchscreen I can move around the image but it won't paint.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 360601 ***