I'm a new pro user. I've downloaded new styles, brushes, textures, and palettes. I notice built-in styles are grouped in categories, which may further complicate 'the process.' HOW do I add the new styles and place them in appropriate categories, or is sorting a matter of personal preference? [Mac user] PostworkShop stands alone in my Applications folder. I see a PostworkShop folder in path Macintosh HD/Users/MyName/Library/Preferences/Xycod, which contains empty Styles and Brushes folders. There's also a StyleDB folder containing an .xml style database and backup. Do I unzip the zipped files and drag and drop styles and brushes into those folders? If yes, where do I place textures and palettes? In appropriately named folders I create? Looking ahead, if I have a styles PACKAGE as WELL as a single style that's contained IN a package, will duplicates be flagged, or refused, or just accepted, and how would one reMOVE a style one does not like or doesn't use...to include built-in styles possibly? My questions about adding or deleting styles, I suppose, would apply in similar fashion to brushes, textures, and palettes, no? And how are new styles I might create with specific brushes, textures, and palette colors saved, and perhaps later edited?
Tue, 01/18/2011 - 23:53
Adding downloaded styles, brushes, textures, and palettes and saving those same which I create...later editing or later deleting