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To remove the complete set delete My Painting Tools.tpl file located in the Tools folder at the below location. You can also navigate to the Tools folder from the Preset Manger by selecting 'Load Tool Presets' and then delete the .tpl file. You'll need to restart PS to load the Preset change.
Default preset locations
The default location for saving/loading/replacing presets depends on your operating system.
- Windows 7 and Windows Vista: [Drive]:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop[version_number]\Presets.
- Mac: <User>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/AdobePhotoshop[version_number]/Presets
Unfortunately that folder is empty Ahmed and I've already deleted them via preset manager Dave but they still come back. I also saved the workspace after to see if it would help but no.
Well I found them. They're in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2018\Required called Default Tool Presets and if I deleted them I got PS giving me an error message telling me it can't find the default presets and if I put them back I get Brushbox giving me an error if I don't sync. them. I had to create a tool preset set of 1 and rename it default tool presets and overwrite the real defaults. At least it's a tool I'll use though. What a palava, thanks for trying guys