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mysteriously transferred brush?

Sep 25, 2014, 06:13
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mysteriously transferred brush?
about a year ago i added a brush to gimp for reasons i dont quite remember(a bell pepper); just a few days ago i replaced that old computer and when i got around to installing gimp 2 onto this new computer i noticed that bell pepper brush was in this new installation of gimp.

i transferred some things to this new computer, but gimp and/or anything in its program folder was not among them, so this installation should have no crossover right? what is responsible for this, does gimp use some form of cloud that i wasnt aware of?
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Sep 25, 2014, 07:28
Post: #2
RE: mysteriously transferred brush?
The bell pepper as this
[Image: 3B6ezKT.jpg]
is part of the Gimp standard brush set.

If you moved your Gimp profile from the old machine to the new installation then brushes, scripts, fonts..any resources are included in the profile.

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Sep 26, 2014, 02:53
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RE: mysteriously transferred brush?
huh, i coulda sworn i cut that out of an image and added it manually as a custom bushstroke, though i now cant find such an option...Dodgy

well at least its not some jackass taking control of my computer again so i guess this thread went better than expected.
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