]> ]> The natural place for a user to look would be
]> ]> within the "brushes" dialog.
]> ]Huh? ...? Seriously?
]> That's where brushes ...
]> Brush editor is the only other tool that creates brushes.
]That isn't true. Image->Save ...
I stand corrected. Brush editor is the only other tool
dedicated to creation and manipulation of brushes.
The point is that creating a brush from an image or some part
thereof should be done around the same place as you can
delete or create a brushes by other means.
Doubleclicking the brush gets you to the Brushes dialog.
The brush editor is there, where it's quite intuitive, but
]... Image->Save ... It's just somewhat akward ...
You're right, it's a bit of an inconvenience to have to navigate,
but at least the new file chooser helps :)
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