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I see your point. It would be great if everyone was diligent enough or always remembered to do as you suggest. But...
As you know sometimes brushes are version specific, e.g., there are brushes in Painter X that are not in IX; ditto for CS3 over earlier versions. One many not realize this type of situation, especially if they skipped a couple versions. For example I just went from PS7 to CS3.
When this happens again -- and it no doubt will -- this is what I would do (and have done):
* Look among my own resources [like you do]
* Do a Google search on the brush or setting name(s) [works 98% of the time]
* Failing the above, reply to the thread and ask the author for additional info. Folks are almost always willing to point people in the right direction.
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