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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Shortcut Problem

    This isn't really a web related question so much as a Photoshop question, but hopefully someone can help me out with this little problem.

    I want to lighten my cloud layer using a shortcut key command .. but for some reason when I click the SHIFT+CNTRL+F (or CNTRL+SHIFT+F) it isn't pulling up the option menu... Is there a way to find out if your keyboard is mapped properly?

    I'm running Photoshop 7 on a PC.

  2. #2
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    Has the shortcut ever worked on your computer? I have found every once in a while some of the shortcut keys will just stop working. I usually have to reboot the system before they come back. My guess is I'm running low on memory. You may want to try this, if you havn't already.

  3. #3
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    I haven't tried using the shortcut before today, however, rebooting didn't help. Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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    this problem happened to me once..

    sometimes a prog running in the background (msn, aim) will steal that shortcut and ps wont be able to use it

    hope that works =)

  5. #5
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    That's what I figured too .. but I am unsure which program 'stole' the key combination

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