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Sorry if this has been answered before but I can't find the search function of the forum. How do one resets brushes? I'll be using several brush sets from Photoshop and I want to be able to reset the brushes to just the few default brushet as I switch from set to set. Thanks in advance.

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Sorry if this has been answered before but I can't find the search function of the forum. How do one resets brushes? I'll be using several brush sets from Photoshop and I want to be able to reset the brushes to just the few default brushet as I switch from set to set. Thanks in advance.

There is a little toggle in the upper right hand corner of the brush pallet. Click that and choose "Default."

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There is a little toggle in the upper right hand corner of the brush pallet. Click that and choose "Default."

Thank you, I already tried that but it doesn't returns them to default, maybe because I have added some using the plus sign icon in the default folder. How can I clean the default folder without having to go to each of the non default brushes and delete them one by one?

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Hi,

I have the same problem, I need to reset or delete A LOT of brushes, but I see no other option than delete one by one or completely delete and reinstall 3dcoat... it seems a complete overkill to me.

I can't believe there is no easier way to deal with this...

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Finally got the solution from Andrew:


You my quickly reset any brush folder to default.
- Close 3D-Coat.
- open MyDocuments\3D-CoatV4\textures\patterns\

You may delete files there - all or separately. Each brush representted by 2 files .mclp and .xml



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On 6/20/2013 at 1:41 PM, Zafio said:

Finally got the solution from Andrew:
 


 

That definitelly is not easy. This should be right click and set to default. There must be an easier way. Other than that, back to Blender and Zbrush.

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