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deleting ALL brushes in PS except default

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Nov 12, 2020

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i clicked ok for PS to install all my brushes and i want to undo it.. There are way to many to do manually.. i just wish to go back to the PS default brushes and start from scratch.. i cannot find any answers to this.. i have the current version i installed it yesterday..have spent the last hour looking in utube and on Adobe site.. and im bummed.. surely there is a way.. i cannot find it on any of the little drop down boxes on either of the brush related windows or on my main brush dropdown.. in CS6 i used to be able to select all or restore defaults.. i need to get rid of them and i dont have time to do them manually.. im so hoping there is a solution

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deleting ALL brushes in PS except default

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i clicked ok for PS to install all my brushes and i want to undo it.. There are way to many to do manually.. i just wish to go back to the PS default brushes and start from scratch.. i cannot find any answers to this.. i have the current version i installed it yesterday..have spent the last hour looking in utube and on Adobe site.. and im bummed.. surely there is a way.. i cannot find it on any of the little drop down boxes on either of the brush related windows or on my main brush dropdown.. in CS6 i used to be able to select all or restore defaults.. i need to get rid of them and i dont have time to do them manually.. im so hoping there is a solution

thanks....

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First of all, which version of Photoshop you are using?

By the way, you can select multiple brushes/groups and delete them or drag them onto trash can.

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Nov 13, 2020

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i downloaded PS yesterday upgrading from CS6 I got the download link from a link sent to my email from Adobe.. so im taking it its the lastest version..

i have deleted some by selecting them a few at a time.. it was taking ages so do and i thought there might be a way to delete them all at once..

 

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You could select the first group and shift click the last brush/group and drag them all to the trash, then restore the defaults

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thank you for replying.. much appreciated... i have done as you suggested and cleared all my brushes. The brush settings tab however still has them all, they are greyed out but still there. How do I get rid of them as I cannot click on any of them..

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