We rarely use 'custom' brushes, normally just using the standard ones that come with CS6 for photo-retouching.
We'd like to take a custom brush that is saved into another library, and copy it into the standard brush library, so we don't have to switch libraries to use that brush. Is there any way to accomplish this?
load the relevant brush library and select the brush. Reset the brush library. Stamp the brush at a decent size onto a blank layer, and redifine it. It will then be appended to the default brush library. Not sure of the procedure for apending a single brush to the default set to make it survive a reset.
[EDIT] I have had a play with the preset manager, but not found a tidy solution. It could be a case of the final resort... RTFM
Here is a link to how to add brush to specific library and other brush topics. http://www.myjanee.com/tuts/brushmgmt/brushmgmt.htm
Well this is definitely a day for aging reminiscing! Janee was just about the most helpful, and definitely the nicest, poster to the Usenet Photoshop groups. This would have been the mid 90s in the days of the first Windows versions of Photoshop. I swapped a couple of emails with her not so long ago — mainly just say thanks for all the help back then, and glad that she is still around and doing her thing.
I wouldn’t mind betting that myjanee.com was the first ever Photoshop tutorial site on the Internet, and it is wonderful to see how it has stood the test of time. So anyone else here used to post to the Usenet Photoshop groups?