Today's build breaks the option to apply G'MIC filters inside the selections previously made with Gimp.
This does look like a regression : A previous version works fine on a different computer (Windows 8.1).
Tested today's regression on : Windows 7 - 64 bit (Gimp 2.8.20).
I have recorded a video to show my steps to always reproduce it .
- open no matter what image ;
- create a selection with Gimp 2.8.20 (rectangular, circular, etc) ;
- Select no matter what G'MIC filter and modify it ;
- Click on Ok to apply your filter inside the selection: it never works !
At present, this QT version looks indeed VERY powerful. Well done indeed !
Compared to the very old version available now with Krita 3.1.2 there is only a feature which is not available yet.
In short, with Krita 3.1.12 (G'MIC 0.1.7.0) you can apply your change directly on the image available in the Krita canvas while you move the G'MIC sliders pertaining to the current filter you are working with. By doing so the G'MIC preview in the window is not necessary since you see your change directly on the image.
On the contrary, with Gimp you need to click on apply (or Ok) to modify your image. Of course you can simulate your change thanks to the preview window as well
This being said, the G'MIC version on Krita has always been buggy and with many features never implemented. For instance, custom code "filters" (Various section > global - local) are not implemented on Krita now, thus you can not type any code.