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Fireworks commands = Photshop commands

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by DrP, Dec 6, 2006.

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  1. DrP

    DrP Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know of a website which contains a list of the equivalent commands in Photoshop and in Fireworks? Or is it just me that gets frustrated when I pick up a tutorial for Photoshop and try and do it in Fireworks, spend ages trying to find the equivalent commands to the tutorial then realise it can't actually be done in Fireworks and I've been wasting my time!
    Aaaaargh!
     
  2. face1

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    I use Fireworks 8 - should be similar in other versions

    In Fireworks-
    Go to Edit menu > Keyboard Shortcuts...
    The top dialog box is "Current Set"
    Drop down menu should offer option to reset standard Macromedia shortcuts to Photoshop shortcuts

    Worth a try anyway...
     
  3. erick295

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    If you're talking about the actual functions of the program (not keyboard shortcuts), then those are completely different. You really can't compare them. If you want Fireworks tutorials, look at Fireworks tutorials ;)
     
  4. DrP

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    Erick - there aren't anywhere near as many!
    I was thinking of making a list of all the functions in Photoshop and working out the equivalent function in Fireworks and where it is.
    If there's already one out there then I won't bother, obviously. I take it no-one knows of any?
    Face - that is interesting, but not quite what I'm after.
    Thanks,
     
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