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When you reset brush properties, you are deleting all customization you made a brush. So, why would you do this? Maybe you need to delete custom proprietary brushes from a client, once the project is finished or want to reset some brushes to their defaults because you don’t like the customized settings.
There are two options for resetting brushes to their default settings, you can reset one brush or all.
Resetting brush properties in Sketchbook Pro for desktop
If you customized any type of brush (including an eraser), you can reset it to its original default settings.
Resetting one brush to its default settings
- Select the brush and tap at the top of the Brush Palette to open Brush Properties.
- At the bottom of Brush Properties, tap Reset.
Resetting all brushes to their default settings
When you reset all brushes, you must go through your preferences.
- Access your Sketchbook Pro preferences:
- If you are on a Mac, your preferences are found under the Sketchbook Pro menu.
- If you are on Windows, your preferences are found under the Edit menu.
- In Preferences, select Factory Defaults.
- Select Reset Brush Palette.
Resetting brush properties in Sketchbook for mobile devices
If you want to reset one brush to its default settings, select the brush in the Brush Editor, tap to access Brush Properties, then scroll to the bottom and tap Reset.
To reset more than one brush, select Menu > Preferences, then flick up to access the Factory Defaults options.
- If you only want to reset the Favorites set of brushes, tap Reset Favorite Brushes.
- If you want to reset all your brushes to their default settings, tap Reset Brush Settings.