Transfering brush variants??
Ok i have created my own custom brush panel with my own tweaked brush variants.
Here is the problem i have the above set up at my work and would like to tranfer my brush panel with tweaked varients to my Painter program (same version) at home.
I managed to tranfer the brush panel but my custom variant tweakes where not transferd.
What files should i be looking for to grab and bring home??
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I just posted the same response in the CGTalk Corel Painter forum as you'll see below:
The "panel" you refer to is called a Custom Palette.
When we drag a brush variant icon into a Custom Palette, the icon is actually the brush category icon and when we click the icon, it tells Painter to:
- Load the brush library,
- Select the brush category, and
- Select the brush variant with the settings present when the icon was added to the Custom Palette.
The icon is not the brush variant, in other words.
In order to allow the icon to do its job on your home computer, you'll need to have all of the pertinent folders and files placed in the same locations on your home computer as on the work computer.
Since you don't say what Painter version you're using, it's not possible to tell you exactly which folders and files these will be or where to find them.
You'll need to tell us exactly what Painter version you're using including patch/Update number if one has been installed.
If you're working in Corel Painter X through X.1, it'll help if you also tell us the name of the Workspace where these custom brush variants are located.
Please do not PM me with Painter questions. Instead, post them here where everyone can benefit from them. Thanks!
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