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Reassign Photoshop Hotkeys?

Posted on 2004-09-21
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Is there a way to reassign the default hotkeys in PS7, or make new ones?  PS seems too cool to not have this feature, but I've yet to find it... :-(


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Not in PS 7 but in PS CS, go to Edit>Keyboard Shortcuts.
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Hmm...bummer.  Took them awhile to get that added. :-P


Thanks!

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Not much demand for it. Most folks leave them default so that when they go to another workstation, theyre not a fish out of water.
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Good point...

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