Editing keyboard shortcuts


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Editing keyboard shortcuts

This power shortcut is all about letting you assign your own keyboard shortcuts to whatever you want inside Photoshop. Little bit of trivia, what's the keyboard shortcut for the Keyboard Shortcut Editor? Okay, that's just me showing off, but when in doubt hold down the entire left-hand side of your keyboard, Command+Option+Shift+K or Ctrl+Alt+Shift+K to open up your Keyboard Shortcut Editor. For those menu freaks, it's under the Edit menu > Keyboard Shortcuts, Command+Option+Shift+K. And this is where you can add a keyboard shortcut to a command that doesn't have one yet, or change the existing keyboard shortcut to something you want it to be. Maybe you want to match some other application that has a different shortcut for a particular command.

One that drives me nuts is the Select menu doesn't have a keyboard shortcut for Transform Selection. Command+T or Ctrl+T does Free Transform, but that actually works on pixels. When you want to do a Free Transform on just ...

Editing keyboard shortcuts
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Editing keyboard shortcuts provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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