Can I nudge less than 10 pixel is Photoshop?

I'd like to hold shift to move objects less than 10 pixels, preferably 7. Can I change that? I know we can in Illustrator/Indesign.
XanderPollockAsked:
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thinkwelldesignsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No, can't change the defaults. I know I've already wished you could, but I guess learned to live with it. :-|

Nudging amount in PS is resolution-dependent, but it's not in Indesign or Illustrator, so perhaps that's why you can't, yes?
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PlantwizCommented:
Which verison of PS are you using?
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PlantwizCommented:
In CS you can, but I don't  have a copy with me at the moment to test.

YOu may need to double click the background and make it a layer.  Then you should be able to nudge your layer.
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XanderPollockAuthor Commented:
I can move objects on layers, but Im wondering if Im able to nudge objects a specific distance, less than 10 pixels, using the shift key or another hotkey.
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PlantwizCommented:
You can move 1 pixel by default or 10 with shift+arrow

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Nudging moves the selection one pixel at a time pressing shift+arrow key will nudge the selection 10 pixels at a time. [/quote]
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XanderPollockAuthor Commented:
I know those are the defaults, Im wondering if I can change those.
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thinkwelldesignsCommented:
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