I'll definitely keep watching! It's encouraging to me that you are responding on these forums in such a positive and timely way. Thank you
In this thread, I think we're talking about three different things.First:
Can brushes be edited and saved?
Yes! as you described. The language used doesn't quite make sense to me, but it can be done, right now.
can an artist switch between multiple brushes, tweaking each brush slightly, and come back to a previous brush and find the most recent tweaks still in place?
No. Each brush is reset to defaults the moment you switch to a different brush.
This is a huge problem for me, because I constantly switch back and forth between several brushes, changing each one slightly as I go. And then changing it again, and switching, and then changing it again a little............
So if I have to start all over with each brush, every few seconds, and re-do the first tweaks, and then add in my new tweaks as I go, it would be prohibitive.
Alternatively, if I save every tweak, every time, as a new brush I'd be absolutely drowning in dozens of brushes in just a few minutes.
The artist should be making the decision of when to reset
a brush. That HAS TO BE UP TO THE ARTIST.
And the third
issue, then, is that we need a reset
button for each brush that isn't activated until the artist decides to reset back to default for that brush.
And the brushes that the user creates should have their own reset buttons too, in addition to the buttons for the brushes that are shipped.
P.S.: Here is some language that might make better sense:
..... "Save as New Brush"
..... "Overwrite Brush w/Current Settings"
..... "Reset Current Brush to Defaults"
..... "Reset All in Category to Defaults"
And of course all the choices you have to make new categories, and copy between categories, are very important as well. Wonderful in fact!