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December 01 2011

02:51

Brush Pilot Winners!

I hope everyone got all of their holiday weekend shopping out of the way. Here are the 5 lucky winners of a free copy of Brush Pilot. And the winners are: Meredith, Carla Ceia, Josh, Adam Fondren, and Dariela. COngratulations! I hope you enjoy the software. I’ll send you license codes via email. Enjoy :)

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

November 23 2011

13:04

Free Stuff: Brush Pilot Giveaway and Cyber Monday Coupon Code

Ok, we have a holiday on our hands soon and I’m feeling like some of of you might want some free software. It’s been a while since we’ve had a Brush Pilot giveaway here on BittBox, so I think Thanksgiving week would be a perfect time. I’m giving away 5 copies of Brush Pilot to some lucky commenters, and I also have a Cyber Monday coupon code for 50% off. The coupon code is “ILOVEBRUSHES,” and it’s good starting Thursday and ends at midnight on Cyber Monday. Make sure you read the rules, and good luck :)

Visit BrushPilotApp.com to download a demo and read more details.

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

Brush Pilot™ is a fast and easy application for previewing Adobe® Photoshop® and Adobe Photoshop Elements Brushes (.abr), built exclusively for Mac OS X. Brush Pilot is designed to save you time by allowing you to instantly preview your brushes without having to load them into Photoshop.
Instantly finds all Photoshop BrushesInstantly finds all of your brushes

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

When you launch Brush Pilot, it automatically finds every brush file on your system, so there’s no need to navigate a Finder-like menu system. Brush Pilot also knows what version/s of Photoshop you have, and it separates your installed brushes from the rest.
Fast PreviewsBlazing fast previews

Brush Pilot has a small footprint, uses very little system resources, and previews even the most ginormous brush files at breakneck speed. It’s designed not to get in your way, but to make you more productive, as well as creatively inspired.
Install brushes with a single clickInstall brushes with one click

Brush Pilot is designed for productivity on more than one level. You can send files to the Trash, reveal their location in Finder, and even install selected files into all versions of Photoshop on your system with a single click, menus, Control/Right + Click, or keyboard shortcuts.

Check out some of the new features:

  • Export as PNG! When exporting, Brush Pilot will generate a PNG (with or without transparency) at full size for each individual brush inside the file and organize the collection into a folder.
  • “Show Volumes” menu command will show complete file hierarchy, arranged by volume, including mounted iDisks.
  • Double clicking on folders in file path display will open them in Finder.
  • iTunes style scrollbars.
  • File Count indicators reveal how many brush files are in each folder. (like Mail)

Contest Rules:

  • All you have to do to enter is leave a comment. (tweeting is appreciated)
  • Only comment once.
  • 5 winners will be randomly chosen from the comments.
  • Please only comment if you have a Mac.
  • Comments will remain open for about a week.

October 13 2010

20:44

Only 2 Days left for the MacFriendly Bundle

I normally don’t post about these things, but as most of you probably know, I’m the developer of Brush Pilot so I thought I’d make an announcement. There are only 2 days left to get Brush Pilot and 11 other Mac apps in the MacFriendly Bundle ». The total cost of the bundle is only $39.99, which is a great deal because retail, these 12 apps would cost over $400 if you bought them individually.

Only 2 Days left for the MacFriendly Bundle

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September 29 2010

15:05

Brush Pilot Winners!

It’s time to announce the winners of a free copy of Brush Pilot 2.0! And the winners are: Glenn Van Bogaert, John Dickinson, and nrkinney. Congratulations to the three winners. I hope you enjoy the software. Brush Pilot has been 3 years in the making and it’s come a long way since 1.0. Oh, and tell your friends! :)

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

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September 24 2010

18:20

Free Stuff: Brush Pilot 2.0 Giveaway – Comment to Win

Happy Friday everyone! How about some free software? I’ve got three copies of Brush Pilot 2.0 to give away to 3 lucky commenters. Brush Pilot 2.0 was a major upgrade and has taken the software from a simple previewer to a conversion tool as well. Most notable of the new features is the ability to export brushes in PNG format with transparent backgrounds!

Visit BrushPilotApp.com to download a demo and read more details.

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

Check out some of the new features:

  • Export as PNG! When exporting, Brush Pilot will generate a PNG (with or without transparency) at full size for each individual brush inside the file and organize the collection into a folder.
  • “Show Volumes” menu command will show complete file hierarchy, arranged by volume, including mounted iDisks.
  • Double clicking on folders in file path display will open them in Finder.
  • iTunes style scrollbars.
  • File Count indicators reveal how many brush files are in each folder. (like Mail)

Contest Rules:

  • All you have to do to enter is leave a comment. (tweeting is appreciated)
  • Only comment once.
  • 3 winners will be randomly chosen from the comments.
  • You must leave an email address in order to win.
  • Please only comment if you have a Mac.
  • Comments will remain open until Monday, September 27th.

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July 19 2010

14:36

Brush Pilot Winners!

The three lucky winners of a free copy of Brush Pilot™ are Zuba, Lyn, and Kristen Collins! I’m almost done with Brush Pilot 2.0, so keep an eye out for that. And just in case there is any confusion, Brush Pilot users get free updates for life. Congrats again to the winners, I hope you enjoy using the program!

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

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April 14 2010

05:00

Spanish User PS CS3 Help – Brush Pilot

As many of you know, I’ve spent the better part of 3 years working on Brush Pilot, a Photoshop brush previewer for OS X. We are about to come out with a major update that not only adds 4 languages (Spanish, French, Swedish, and Italian), but we are also in the process of fixing two major CS3 bugs. One that involves the folder names of the “Presets” and “Brushes” folders, which is where Photoshop brushes get installed. The other bug is where I need your help. The only thing left in order to complete the next update is what file “Kind” in OS X in Spanish does Brush Pilot need to look for? I usually find these things out on Twitter, or when customer support emails come in, but I’m really excited about this next update, so I thought I’d make a post and reach out to a wider audience. Details after the jump.

Spanish User PS CS3 Help - Brush Pilot

[OS X Only] All I need to fix the bug is the file “Kind” of an Adobe brush file when running OS X in Spanish. In order to find this, all you have to do is a “Get Info” on a brush file and let me know what it says for the “Kind,” like in the screenshot above. I’d be very gratefull for any help on this because this is a major update and I’m ready to make Brush Pilot more reliable for all of these languages.

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March 16 2010

23:01

Brush Pilot Available in a Bundle with 11 other Apps

Hey everyone, good news! I’m sure most of you are aware by now that I recently developed Brush Pilot (last year), since I have had giveaways here on BittBox occasionally.
For the next 4 weeks, Brush Pilot will be available in a bundle on TheMacBundles.com, along with 11 other titles for only $49.95. It’s a good way to save some money, not only on Brush Pilot, but the other apps as well.

Brush Pilot Available in a Bundle with 11 other Apps

Here is a list of the apps available in the bundle.

Even if the regular bundle (all 12 apps) doesn’t fit your appetite (no pun intended), you can use their brand new, recently launched, Build-Your-Own-Bundle option.
Pretty awesome, if you ask me.

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February 08 2010

19:04

Free Stuff: Brush Pilot Giveaway – Comment to Win

Last week I released a new version of Brush Pilot (1.0.4), so I decided to have another giveaway to start of this week. I’ve got another 3 copies of Brush Pilot to give away to 3 lucky commenters. Brush Pilot is a fast, easy to use Photoshop Brush previewer for Mac OS X. Read the rules after the jump and good luck!

Visit BrushPilotApp.com to download a demo and read more details.

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

Contest Rules:

  • All you have to do to enter is leave a comment. (tweeting is appreciated)
  • Only comment once.
  • 3 winners will be randomly chosen from the comments.
  • You must leave an email address in order to win.
  • Please only comment if you have a Mac.
  • Comments will remain open until Thursday, February 11th.

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January 25 2010

21:51

Brush Pilot 1.0.4 Now Available

I released Brush Pilot 1.0.4 yesterday, and I recommend everyone upgrade if you haven’t already. In 1.0.4 we’ve added the Sparkle framework for automatic updates. From now on when a new version is released Brush Pilot will automatically give you the option to download an install the new version. This way you don’t have to keep track of new versions, it does it for you. Also in 1.0.4 is a bug fix that prevents BP from crashing in Snow Leopard with no Photoshop installed. This is a free upgrade for all licensed users.

The new version can be downloaded from the Brush Pilot homepage ».

Brush Pilot for Mac - A Photoshop Brush Previewer

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