Edit Buttons and their arrangement¶
This section is about editing individual button properties and customizing your panel.
To edit button settings, chose
Edit button... from RMB-menu or Alt+Click the button:
Edit Button window structure resembles the Add Button window.
- The assigned preset and its type are indicated in the first section
- The second section is used to change the appearance of the button
- The third section is used to update preset setting or change new appearance options
Select a different appearance type to recreate the button with different name, background color or update the thumbnail.
To change the name for thumbnail button, select
Custom image, use
Current Thumb and change the name in
Name on the panel field:
Edit thumbnail will open open thumbnail of the button for editing in PS,
Edit stroke preview will open stroke preview for Brusherator Preview.
Update Preset and Create/Update Alternative¶
Current Brush ot Tool Preset can be updated directly from Edit Button window of Brusherator. Use
Update the preset button to replace the preset, assigned to the button, with active instrument. Alternatives also can be created or updated from this window.
In Edit mode you can
- resize any button
- grab and move buttons around
- align them
- match size/color
- rearrange shelves (if you have
Show Shelves as Tabsoption enabled)
Hit Alt+Click on empty space, use RMB-menu or Edit Mode button in the Bottom Menu to switch to Edit Mode.
Selecting and moving buttons¶
Draw rectangular selection, add or substract from selection with Ctrl/Cmd+Click.
Move buttons freely.
Note that in older CC2013
Cmd+Click won’t work, there’s a
Add to Selection item in button RMB-menu.
Grab and move a handler in the bottom-right of a button to resize it.
Align submenu to align or stack buttons together
Matching Size and Color¶
Match submenu to match buttons size or background color. The button on which the submenu was called will be a reference for size or color.
Transfering buttons between shelves¶
Select the buttons you want to copy or move to a different shelf and use
Transfer Buttons command from Fly-out menu (or Bottom menu for CC2013)
Shift+Click on a button or use
Delete button RMB-menu command to delete a button from the panel.
While in Edit Mode you can delete several selected buttons with RBM-menu command.
Only the buttonwill delete the button from Brusherator without deleting the preset and thumbnails (useful if you have the same button on several shelves)
Button and thumbnailswill delete the button and all the thumbnails, but leave the preset in Photoshop
Button, thumbnail and presetwill also delete the Preset from Photoshop