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To take your questions in turn:
You can click and drag brushes in/out out of the folders or you can leave them in but use Ctrl+Alt+Click on the arrow next ta folder to open up all the folders (Ctrl+Alt+Click again closes them all)
What is displayed
Click on the drop down menu at the top right of the brushes folder and choose what options you want to display. You can alter the size using the slider at the bottom
To load the legacy brushes - from the same drop down menu choose Legacy Brushes
Thanks for your reply, yes.. all content in this video is fairly obvious when using the application - it still doesn't restore my brushes to how they once were. Which is extremely frustrating and annoying.
Yup - pretty basic stuff - thanks though.. still doesn't restore my brush panel to what it once was
This is kind of late but I had this problem too and I found a workaround. Go to Preset Manager in your brushes and drag out all the brushes from the folders. Then proceed to delete the folders. Now you can go back out, and uncheck "Brush name", "Brush stroke", "Show additional preset info" and "Show recent brushes". It should more or less look the same as what you used to use now.
As for the missing brushes...I did the same thing as davescm did, and then did what I did above to uhh remove the folders. Hope this helped!
On the picture davescm gave, there is a tab that is labeled Converted Legacy Tool Presets. Would that help?
The Legacy Brushes and Converted Legacy Tool Presets option are gone now. (I just installed CC 18 for the first time onto my new MacBook Pro) Has anyone else lost this ability?