Thanks Elwin and Owen. I'm almost there. I downloaded, and *finally*
found the file. It had gone into /tmp.
And then I found the hidden files containing the brushes.
Using Konqueror, I moved the zip file over to the
Then I clicked on the
and then I got a message saying
is a binary, saving it will result in a corrupt file.
Would you give me some advice as to what I should do next?
On Nov 24, 2007 7:43 PM, Elwin Estle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I know there is another reply to this...but, since you might not know where
> your brushes
> directory is.
> You will have a hidden directory in your homve folder for gimp (whatever file
> manager you
> are using, Konqueror or Nautilus, should have an option to "show hidden
> In this hidden folder will be some sub folders. One of them is for brushes.
> What I ususally do, so I don't have to keep turning on and off the hidden
> files, is to
> make a link to that folder (the brushes folder) and put it in my main home
> Then the folder can stay hidden, but I will have an easy way to access it.
> You would
> just download the brushes and extract them into the link to the folder.
> --- Helen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Links to the brushes are here:
> > > >
> > > > Watercolor Paint:
> > > > http://iceytina.deviantart.com/art/GIMP-PaintBrushes-Watercolors-31117244
> > Can someone explain how to get these brushes? How to install them into
> > Gimp 2.2.10, on SuSE 10, Linux?
> > Thanks,
> > Helen
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