you can rename them before you import them to photoshop, i do.
abstract, hair, stars, butterflies, wings, ect,
but i keep the name of the author so i can tell the difference between each brush
Well, hey there! I feel I need to explain why I veered slightly away from your tutorial, though I still have a tab open for it, and refer to it often. It's the layers thing that my designs needs, and the non-traditional shape of the start menu. In fact, I was reading through it just now, and am at part 28.
I've been doing something like that with renaming my brushes, too, except I haven't been keeping the creator's name, much less a URL with them, so on a project to me like this, they are useless to me. But, I can do it right with future brushes I download.
I'm working on my search box. It seems I can put it in a number of places, so I'm going to put it in that lower left corner of the bottom bar. I'm building a small sculpt in Second Life of a sort of Steampunk monocle. Not being the magnifying glass you usually see in a search box, I want to identify it as such. I've seen text that disappears when you hover your mouse over a form field like this. I don't know if that's only a CSS trick, or if SKS has the ability to do that, also. If anyone knows a way to do that, please pass it along. I've got the 5 images in the works for the different sub-images, or stages of the search button, and am wondering if I can use one or more of those to do what I want.
On that same general subject, I don't want to make a light colored form field. I'd prefer to keep it about the color it's box is. In fact, I don't even care if there is an outline for the actual form field, and would like to avoid using one if possible. I do want to make it obvious that they need to bring their mouse there, and start typing. Tough one. I'll give it some thought over another cup of coffee.
Nice of you for dropping by, Vampothika! Three cheers for that tute, too! That took a lot of work.