Re-importing a workspace


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Re-importing a workspace

In the last video, we looked at when things go bad, you can use Shift+Restart to reset a corrupted or unruly workspace back to default. The downside of that is you are going to lose all of the customization that you had done. And I know for myself, over time, I spend a lot of little tweaks getting the interface in Painter to work just like I want it. I have keyboard shortcuts that I like, I arrange palettes a specific way.

All of those things are part of my working methods and even brush libraries, all of these things are contained in part of a workspace. So in this video, we want to talk about using the ability to save a workspace, so that you don't find yourself in a situation where you find yourself without any of these materials or special settings that you have done. And if you remember earlier in the title, I did show you and gave you a Painter 12 Essentials workspace.

So essentially that's what we need here and I'm letting you know that you should make a habit of creati...

Re-importing a workspace
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Re-importing a workspace provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 12 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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