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AuthorSubject: Photoshop keyboard shortcuts & Panther   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Michael Schoenfeld
Posted on Mon Nov 3, 2003 11:37 PM

Hello all,

(Sorry for the multiple post, but I'm really sucking wind when it comes to speed because of this).

Michael Schoenfeld here,

Great site BTW, we are all very lucky to have the "ears & brains" of these folks.

Quick question:

I am now trying to focus on OSX, what with the Panther & Photoshop CS "outing", and I am having a dickens of a time getting my keyboard shortcuts to behave. Like most of you (I'm certain) these shortcuts, over a period of 3 or 4 years have become the single most important productivity booster next to our beloved app itself.

Apple in it's un-ending wisdom doesn't sem to want to let go of "Brightness UP" "Brightness Down" "Volume Up" "Volume Down" "Mute" "Number Lock" etc......Hey Apple....I'm a grown-up and (dare I say it)
This wasn't broken in OS 9.2.2, but it seems damn sure broken in OSX 10.3 / PS-CS (kinda catchy name huh?).

Am I simply being dense, or is there a way to "regain" essential functionality, like "shift F1" being my unsharp mask command like I'm "oh so used" to unconciously hitting without a second thought?

Boy do I have to give it a second (third, fourth, fifth) thought now, and what a productivity gain that is!

Help.

All the best,

Michael Schoenfeld





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