Request to have more structured and useful brush palette.

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Goog day. Maybe it's not very fresh thought but i didn't see any changes in this particular area for years, so there it is.

I am using photoshop as image manipulating, photo processing, design instrument and as a painting software. For painting it has very powerful brush settings, many presets and tuning points, but it's very hard to manipulate with active brush set. It's easy to add brush set from photoshop's or any custom third party set, but after being added those brushes stored as a big unsorted and unmarked pile. I can't see if i already add any brush set and if i am adding set that already been added i'll just get duplicated set of brushes. If i am downloading custom set that is gradually updating with new and new brushes (one of my favorite artists shares his brush set and updates it from time to time) i have to reset all my brushes and recreate the set again just for one or two new brushes — or i have lots of redundant brush duplicates.

I am suggesting to have some usable features for brush palette — maybe grouping added brushes in subsets with ability to edit/delete the whole subset or any brushes in it. Or, if it's impossible for some reason, it'd be good to be able at least to select and delete more than one brush at a time.

Thank you.
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Serge Malevanny

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