I have been using the GIMP for about 10 years now, don't really understand most of the technical stuff that goes on with this list, but it has been very helpful (the list) to me when I have had specific questions I could not find the answers to on the web. I use the GIMP for all my photo editing, pretty basic stuff, but I'm good with the basic stuff.

With the new way the brush sizes work, I was at first frustrated, then I discovered I can just select the kind of brush I want, then simply use the open and close brackets , [ and ], to resize it larger or smaller to my satisfaction. This works for me, just saying.


Judy Wilson, a septugenarian user in Belize


On 03/12/2014 09:41 PM, Randhir Phagura wrote:
Richard wrote on 10 Mar 2014 18:16:50 +0530:

scl has already touched upon it somewhat, but one of the large design
changes in recent >GIMPs is that brush size is now a tool setting instead
of a brush setting - so instead of having >a set of 3/5/7/9/11/etc. sized
brushes (being otherwise identical in settings) you have one >brush (with a
specific shape/hardness/angle/etc) and you set the size directly using the
slider >in the tool's options.  You can still create various sized brushes
(as previous versions did) but >then any time you change a brush you'll
need to verify the brush size prior to using it (the >slider has a reset
button next to it for this purpose).

Thanks Richard; But is there a way, in this edition of GIMP, to set the
size of a particular brush and then save it so that it reproduces the same
size that was set and saved, next time that i start GIMP?


Thanks and Regards,

Randhir Phagura
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