P2020 has a new palette when you open Advanced Brush Control (ABC) panel...see jpg image herein.
It is call Edit and shows to check on Shape or Media palettes.
I thought I'd like to have that palette handy outside of ABC, but could not find a shortcut to it, nor ability to add it to a custom palette. Is it possible to do so? or is it only available in ABC?
To my knowledge, this is only available in the ABC because these buttons basically toggle a series of relevant panels beneath them...however, it may help to know more what you are trying to do....is it that you want a shortcut to "toggle all shape panels for the current brush", and a second shortcut to "toggle all media panels for the current brush"? Or something else?
Note, it is possible to create a shortcut to the entire ABC (which includes this shape/media panel) via Preferences>Customize Keys....when toggled, Painter should remember whether you had "Shape" or "Media" panels selected.
Thanks for your reply. I already made a shortcut to ABC panel which works fine.
I have a 2 monitor PC and normally have almost all panels and palettes open on the second monitor for ease of seeing and access. Just seemed like a handy, already open, "Edit" palette in view to click; saving opening ABC.
But I can see the ABC sub palettes may need to be internally selected for the edit panel to work and thus may not be ready to open until ABC is activated.
But it was worth a try and a good suggestion for future release if coding easy to do.
I decided on another approach and it works well.
I simply now leave the ABC panel open all the time and it changes, as the brush changes, and the Edit panel is always available.
Handy, if you have the screen/monitor space available.
Nice solution, Doug...glad you have something that's working better for your workflow. :)
It is only a partial solution because the ABC panel does not always remain open...often it closes either from changing brushes, or brush libraries, or close and open P20.
So I simply click a keyboard shortcut and bring it back whenever needed and leave it on until it goes away again.