March 1st, 2008, 04:49 PM #1
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I am currently using Photoshop CS2 and I can load bushes (arb files) fine enough. I am wanting to load some shape brushes which from the internet I am to understand these are csh file formats for the custom shapes. HOWEVER, i download the zips that I want for these and i try to use the load presets and nothing shows up, so I move to do it the manual way and it will show up in the actual folder if you navigate through explorer, however it will not show them for my presets for shapes. It appears it wants a tpl file format.
Ideas of what im doing wrong? Would like to get these working.
Thanks in Advance.
also when i load other brushes for the brush palletes, I noticed that when you want to load presets for brushes, it auto opens the folder for preset tools brushes.
when i go to load presets for custom shapes, it always defaults to Tools, and it wants a tpl file only, i don't know wehre to put the csh files at. should be the custom shapes folder but nooooooooooooooooooo it won't read it.
now I feel like a real jack butt.............................
i was thinking i was to access the same presets like i do brushes but its in a different area.
Last edited by RicheemxX; March 1st, 2008 at 05:13 PM.
March 16th, 2008, 05:32 PM #2
go to Edit->Preset Manager. in here, choose the Custom Shapes from the drop-down list. Then, click the Load button, browse to your csh files, and then load them in.
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