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Go to your start menu and open Control Panel.
Select OK and you will be able to see your hidden drives. To get to this path you need to: I am also told that if you right-click on the Corel Folder and select Make Alias from the drop down menu, you can then drag the Alias to your sidebar on the left under Favorites.
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That will allow you to go directly to the Corel Folder without having to open your hidden files every time. If these instructions do not work, it would be best to contact MAC Support.
In all four User Paths, we end with a library called Painter 12 Brushes, which is the same name of the library in the Applications Path. Both Painter 12 Brushes folders are Painter s default libraries. Why do we need two libraries with the same name. How does each library function.
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Could we make this any more confusing. Interestingly, Painter 12 Brush library is placed in the Application Path when Painter is first installed and that is the last time Painter will write brush information to the Application Area. From this point on, Painter will only write to the libraries in the User Area.
That is correct, the Application Area is considered a protected area and the program will not write or save any brushes in the Application Area. Instead it saves new information about variants to the User Area.
In other words, once you use a variant and change something as simple as the size of the brush, Olitec Modem PCI 56K V92 V2 7.12.05 holds that information in memory, and when you close Painter the information is stored in the User Area in the duplicate library and the duplicate brush category. Specifically, if you change the size of Acrylic Bristle Brush, Painter holds this information in memory until you close Painter.
OK, drum roll please, here is what actually happens when you want to use the Acrylic Bristle Brush.
If one is found, all the necessary information to construct the brush is located in the XML file including the changes you made to the brush when you last used it. To recap, Painter writes all change information to the User Path and looks there first for the necessary information to build the brush, but if it isn t found, Painter looks to the Application area for the information. Painter writes and looks for the change information automatically; you don t have to do anything to help.
But there is more information we need to process. We find Brush Variants inside of Brush Categories.
I like to think of the Brush folder as a city. These can be found in the Brush Library, too: Brushes Brush Library Folder Companion. If you can remember the last time you were in a library it has been years for me, you Olitec Modem PCI 56K V92 V2 7.12.05 remember that at the end of each stack is an identification plate that tells you what is located in the stack.
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The Brush Category Folder, or as I have called it, the stack, contains all the brush variant information, or in my metaphor, all the books. For the moment, let s limit the conversation to just the Default Brush Categories found under Painter 12 Brushes in the Application Area. Remember, these are the ones written at Olitec Modem PCI 56K V92 V2 7.12.05 time of installation and never changed. Each Brush Category has 3 or 4 files that concern a particular variant.
XML files are by far the most important because the information in the other three files is contained in the XML file, too.
However, it will not show the stoke it creates in the Stroke Preview box or the nib type, etc. What about the same named files in the User Path. Remember this is the User Area and Painter writes the changes we make here. Again, Painter first looks at the User Area to build the brush; if it needs more information, it looks at the Application Area.