PS CS2 Brushes Palette Question

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Hunt, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. Hunt

    Hunt Guest

    I know that I am going to have a "duh!" moment here, but suddenly, I've lost
    part of my Brushes Palette. This is happening in CS & CS2 on XP-MediaE and W2
    K. I had the complete Palette (basically missing are: Angle, Roundness, and
    the interactive nomograph), but now only get a partial palette. I've tried all
    of the Options, i.e. Brush Stroke, Lg & Sm Thumbnail, List(s), and all yield
    the same Palette, without the Angle, Roundness, and the nomograph. What have I
    done, and how can I get the "complete" Palette back? I had it just the other
    day, when creating a brush for the Healing Brush tool.

    Thanks for helping me with what should be so very simple.

    Hunt
     
    Hunt, Jul 22, 2005
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  2. Hunt

    Hunt Guest

    PS I still have these controls in the Healing Brush Palette, just not in the
    "regular" Brush Palette.

    I suppose that as a workaround, I could create the Brush that I need in the
    Healing Brush Palette, Save it, then call it up in the regular Brush Palette,
    but this seems like a waste of time, especially as I'll be changing the angle
    and roundness on a regular basis with this job.

    TIA
     
    Hunt, Jul 22, 2005
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  3. Hunt

    Hunt Guest

    OK, I told you it would be a "duh!" moment. I just found it under
    Brushes>Brush Presets>Brush Tip Shapes. The placement made it look like all of
    the other "controlable" aspects of Brush Dynamics were just grouped under the
    heading, Brush Tip Shapes.

    Found it - all is right with my world.

    Hunt

    Sometimes the answer is right in front of you, but you need to humble yourself
    to ask the question, before you can see it.
     
    Hunt, Jul 22, 2005
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  4. Hunt

    DD Guest


    duh!


    Dave
     
    DD, Jul 23, 2005
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  5. Hunt

    Hunt Guest

    [SNIP]
    "duh!"
    Wow, there must be an echo, or I left duplex on...

    Hunt
     
    Hunt, Jul 24, 2005
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