At the bottom left of the docker you will find a colored icon for loading the palette.
Re: Image stuck in grayscale
You can verify this by looking at the string in the status bar. If it says something about grayscale, then the color space of the image is grayscale. To fix this, go to the Image->Convert Image Color Space… menu and select RGB.
One of the many things you can do in this latest version is change the theme colors of your workspace or user interface. I’ll quickly show you how to do just that in this Krita help article. All you have to do is go to Settings>Themes and you will see a selection of different theme options.
All Docker images and containers are stored by default in a special Docker daemon controlled folder in the /var directory. You may not have enough space there to create Krita (it takes around 10 GiB).
Grayscale or black and white images have limited color picker options. You can find the image’s mode next to the Mode option in the Image menu. Look at the flyout menu. When Grayscale is turned on, your image contains no color and the color picker may show a shade of gray, white, or black.
The default shortcut for this filter is Ctrl + Shift + U . This turns the colors gray using the HSL model.
This tool allows you to select a point on the canvas and make that point’s color the active foreground color. When a painting or drawing tool is selected, you can also quickly access the Swatch tool by pressing Ctrl.
Krita’s default save format is the *. kra format. This format stores everything that Krita can manipulate about an image: layers, filters, wizards, masks, color spaces, etc.
Go to Tools ‣ Scripts ‣ Import Python Plugin…, locate the *. zip file and press OK. Restart Krita. Go to Configure Krita ‣ Python Plugins Manager, find the plugin and activate it.