Lightroom: Ability to organize adjustment brush presets (e.g. Folders)

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Organize adjustment brush presets.
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Adam Hirsh

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- And also; to not have "modify, new" , etc. at the very end of that scroll-list, but right at the entry-level.
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Margaret Fallin

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Yes-Brushes need the ability to organize in folders.  Long time Lightroom users have accumulated several brushes, especially pros.  Their is no way to organize unless you remain and it is still inefficient.
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I saw in Ps 19.1.2 (and some prior versions) they are organised in folders, aren't they?
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Sneha Kumar

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I agree with this idea too.  Similar to the way Profiles are organized into folders, we need the same capability for Brushes too.  I have over 200+ brushes and the archaic way to display a gigantic list of brushes is extremely cumbersome and scrolling through is very painful.
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Hani Sawires

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom: Adjustment brushes organizer.

It would be a great idea to have an organizer in the adjustment brushes menu in Lightroom so we can categorize our brushes in a custom folders and sub folders because loading a dozen of brushes I brought other photographers make my list so long and hard to navigate through. 
The organizer may have some other features like Import/Export for single brushes or for the folders.
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John Dougherty

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+1 on this suggestion.  I have about 50 that I've developed / obtained.  I have to scroll (wait, mouse scroll doesn't work on the adjustment brush list), that is, hit and hold the up or down arrow and zero in on the right brush.  Can you say tedious?