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Old 30th December 2012, 12:45 AM   #41
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Sorry I think this is really in the wrong thread
Hi aNDI,

I think you meant to post to your thread here. Anyway, I'm glad to hear that you got it working!

For those wondering, DPX2 was version 9.0, so X3 is 10.0 and X5 is 12.0.

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Old 30th December 2012, 07:16 PM   #42
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Hi Ravells

Thanks to you for those great brushes and to Ken and Alfred for making them so easy to download and install.

This community really is one of the most helpful that I have had the pleasure of being part of. Well done all.

Happy New Year

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I've found over time that the easiest way to share brushes is actually just to make a drawing which contains simply one stroke from each brush. Save this document as a .dpp file and then share it with others - it contains all the brushes written in it.
Belatedly came onto this thread. This is very handy to know. Thanks.
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The brushes and drawing tools are the most unique and useful thing about DrawPlus. Mainly the image based brushes, and the whole interface for dealing with them. It's all very smart but work needs to be done to improve the reliability and consistency. It's very accident prone. Drawing too slowly creates a billion nodes along a path regardless of the smoothness setting. And Drawing always leads eventually to a crash. It never fails. But it's still a great system. I just wish Serif would decide to improve quality.
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