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General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 06:03:56 PM »
I think that's what I'm going to do, yes. It might take me a while but I don't have any plans this weekend. I certainly don't mind sharing the folder, although you might have to walk me through it if there's anything special to it, having never done it before.

General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 04:34:56 PM »
I see... what a bummer! Well, having things in English is probably worth the trouble of sorting through, I guess. Thank you for all your help, you've been great.

General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 12:48:13 PM »
Oh... I do have a question now. Let's say I go ahead and delete out all the English stuff and restore to the Japanese original so that I can upload all the new materials. After having done that, can I re-English-ize everything? Or is this an either-or situation where if I want the English, I'm simply going to have to just manually sort everything into its correct place in the materials subdirectories?

General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 12:22:26 PM »
Seems like I somehow managed to miss the "all" option somehow yesterday; probably in too much of a rush. Installing the extra materials should (I hope) be a walk in the park now. Thanks!

General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 10:50:29 AM »
I've had trouble installing material sets on English systems.
This makes me think that it's something to do with the material installer being non-unicode.
Maybe it's the material.inf that's causing the problems. Dunno, it's a crap system anyway :l

(If you'd like to try the English mti.exe, it's available here it goes in the main program folder)

Basically you've got two options:

1) Manually install/copy "CSPAINT_ALL\Material\Settings\Material\" to "My Documents\CELSYS\CLIPStudioPaintVer1_0_0\Settings\Material\".
Launch CLIP Studio and it'll update your material database and add all the new files to the root "Mats" folder.

Result: None of the new files will be in categories, you'll have to manually sort/drag them.


2) Delete/replace your English Material database folder ("My Documents\CELSYS\CLIPStudioPaintVer1_0_0\Material")
with the Japanese Material database folder (download it here

Delete all your materials ("My Documents\CELSYS\CLIPStudioPaintVer1_0_0\Settings\Material")
Launch CLIP Studio and it will restore the default (Japanese) materials. Close CLIP.

Manually install/copy "CSPAINT_ALL\Material\Settings\Material\" to "My Documents\CELSYS\CLIPStudioPaintVer1_0_0\Settings\Material\"
Launch CLIP Studio again and it will update your material database and add all the new materials into the correct categories.

Result: Correctly organised but it's all in Japanese

I'm not sure which material installation guide you're following and I don't know if you're using OSX or WIN.
The directions given here are for Windows 7 based on installing the material set

Also, gief me ur Qumarion

Manually installing stuff shouldn't be a problem just so long as I know where it all actually goes; I managed with the other English patching just fine so I imagine it's probably just drag and drop, easy as pie. I'm using Windows 7. As for the directions--well. They're whatever directions were on CELSYS's website for how to upload 'other materials,' there were something like seven additional files I could download aside from Paint-Pro? Not knowing which ones were important and which ones weren't, I nabbed all of them, but I'm wondering if maybe they overlap... I need to take a closer look at them tonight, maybe I'll post a screen cap, it's weird.

I'm sorry bb I would share the little guy with all you wonderful people, but you're too far away I suspect.

General / Re: CLIP STUDIO PAINT Translation
« on: September 13, 2012, 07:17:18 AM »
Okay, possibly another newbie question. Does anyone know if the command for adding materials (File --> Add Materials, or something like that; I'm at work and don't have the program in front of me right now unfortunately to see the exact path/name) is affected / stops working once you use the English patch? I put on the English patch and haven't had any other issues, but I'm trying to follow the instructions for using my Qumarion and uploading some extra files provided by CELSYS, but for some reason during the process when I am browsing the file folders after I click 'okay' (in Japanese) it doesn't pick anything up in the drop down menu like the Japanese instructions seem to suggest it should. I'm not sure if the instructions are just bad, or if there's something buggy there.

General / Re: Brushes and Resources share
« on: September 13, 2012, 02:35:46 AM »
colorise - click on the little button on the Sub-Tools tab, and then import the .sut files:

memag -woah! there's some really amazing brushes!
loving the sumie, inks and glow brush! thanks for these :D

Thanks Trev that was really helpful! Can't wait to give these all a try; thank you again Memag.

General / Re: Brushes and Resources share
« on: September 12, 2012, 03:56:31 PM »


here are some of my textured brushes (275 FREE brushes!). Mostly organic and metal stuff.
Some of them are adjusted, some aren't so you'll have to adjust settings to your liking.

Few pencils, pens, brushes.
Hope you find them useful.

Wow! Thank you for your generosity. These should be amazingly helpful.

This is going to sound like a noob question, but my experience with this program is kind of limited. I looked for a folder to install these files into both in program files and in the user data files, but neither yielded any results... how do you upload them for use, if you don't mind my asking? (And if this has already been asked, I apologize, I looked for instructions but didn't see any.)

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