Splits a layer according to color. This is useful in combination with the Colorize Mask and R + to select layers at the cursor.
- Put all new layers in a group layer
Put all the result layers into a new group.
- Put every layer in its own, separate group layer
Put each layer into its own group.
- Alpha-lock every new layer
Enable the alpha-lock for each layer so it is easier to color.
- Hide the original layer
Turns off the visibility on the original layer so you won’t get confused.
- Sort layers by amount of non-transparent pixels.
This ensures that the layers with large color swathes will end up at the top.
- Disregard opacity.
Whether to take into account transparency of a color.
How precise the algorithm should be. The larger the fuzziness, the less precise the algorithm will be. This is necessary for splitting layers with anti-aliasing, because otherwise you would end up with a separate layer for each tiny pixel.
- Palette to use for naming the layers
Select the palette to use for naming. Krita will compare the main color of a layer to each color in the palette to get the most appropriate name for it.