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Large Thumbnail is Brush Panel

New Here ,
Oct 23, 2017 Oct 23, 2017

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I have bad eyes and appreciate the fact that I can change the font to Huge and change my thumbnails to Large. The new update seems to have taken this option away in the brush palette. This is horrible!!! I know Adobe now wants up to use their new file system and I appreciate them telling me how to organize my brushes. (which is already done just fine) But, I still need to see the large thumbnail. Am I missing something? Please help, I need this back.

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Oct 23, 2017 Oct 23, 2017

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There's a slider at the bottom to adjust the thumbnail size.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 25, 2018 Apr 25, 2018

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The slider is great in the Brushes palette, but it would be nice in the Brush Settings palette. The reason is that the way they display them in the Brushes palette is like if you made a stroke with the brush. We need to be able to just see the brush tip shape a lot larger. You can do this in Brush Presets, but only in there. I routinely scroll through my brushes in the Brush Setting palette and try them immediately. Several people have said they are too old or have bad eyes & need them larger - my eyes are fine. Its just that a whole lot of my brushes are textures with small nuances that I need to be able to recognize quickly when scrolling. C'mon Adobe, how about it?

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 25, 2018 Apr 25, 2018

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After searching a little more I finally found someone who knew the answer.

Go to your Brushes palette, in the drop down menu, unselect Brush Name & Brush Stroke (or whatever you want) and leave Brush Tip selected. Then you can use the slider to enlarge the thumbnails of the brush tips!

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Apr 06, 2024 Apr 06, 2024

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THANK YOU!!!!!

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Apr 06, 2024 Apr 06, 2024

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If you have the screen space, and in this case, space is not a huge factor, keep _all_ of the brush options turned on.  I can't think of a single one thjat I could live without.  Additional Info is especially important, as it would help all those people select a new preset, only to find they are using a different tool.  With that option turned on, you can see what tool is associated with each preset.  If you really want to use such a preset while keeping the current tool, hold down Ctrl/Cmd while selecting it and the tool won't change.

 

The search bar is also a no brainer.  There someing like 700 presets just in Kyle Webster's Mega Pack.  Being abl to filter categories like spatter, hair, drip, etc. is a huge time saver, but you do need the .abr group to be in the main panel to search it's contents.  Regards finding the right .abr group to open, rename them so they group in alphabetical order.  

 

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