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This project is for Linux 64 bit.
Krita2 is almost the same project as the official Krita.
In Krita, they display RAM and VRAM usage kiB and MiB and GiB.
The story is that some people are confused and the IEC has decided to invent kiB, MiB, GiB which sounds like dog food.
Linux and applications under the KDE umbrella use kiB and MiB and GiB.
They are not configurable.
I’ll just use kB, MB, GB since this is the standard (1024 B = 1 kB).
I’m not even sure what people are confused about. I’ve always seen 1024 B = 1 kB.
The metric system is fine for the natural sciences but in Computer Science 1024 B = 1 kB.
I tested on my Kubuntu 20.10. This is Krita 4.3.0
It contains an important file: libkritaui.so.19.0.0 which is 244.9 MB
I tested on my Kubuntu 20.04.2. This is Krita 4.2.9
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