Remapping Mac OS shortcuts


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Remapping Mac OS shortcuts

All right, so presumably by now you've gone ahead and installed my custom DekeKeys keyboard shortcuts in the Photoshop. However, if you're working on a Mac, you need to change some of Apple's OS-level keyboard shortcuts, not to avoid conflict with my custom keyboard shortcuts, but rather to avoid conflict with Photoshop's native shortcuts. We are going to be taking advantage of those shortcuts an awful lot inside this series. Now these are my recommended changes, you can of course go your own way. Step one is to go up to the Apple menu and choose the System Preferences Command. Next, you locate the Keyboard icon right there and click on it.

in order to access the keyboard functions. Notice this check box right here. If you want to take advantage of function keys inside of Photoshop, which I recommend you do, then you need to turn on this check box, the one that says Use all F1, F2, et cetera, keys as standard function keys, that way they won't turn the volume up and down...

Remapping Mac OS shortcuts
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Remapping Mac OS shortcuts provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 Extended One-on-One: 3D Objects

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3D + Animation Photography
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