I am not a computer genius...but I do know my way around one...however, I am having great difficulty getting GURM to work....maybe I am just too frustrated at this point to see whats wrong.
I cleaned out all my brushes from gimp and organized them in a file on my desktop. I downloaded Python and gurm....followed the directions and I am not finding gurm in my filters folder....
If anyone can help I would really appreciate it.
Welcome to Gimp Chat aimless. I too am a brush addict and having that many sounds like you just need to organize a bit. It must take forever for Gimp to load all those brushes on start up. Like Ofnuts suggested, GURM is really handy for organizing and you can check which ones you want GIMP to load and which ones to keep in reserve. Even though you have a ton of brushes, I think you will find after playing with them for a bit, you don't really use ALL of them all that often so you can keep them "dormant" until you need them. Gimp loads really fast after that.