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Photoshop CS shortcut issue

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by jett_30032, Apr 13, 2004.

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  1. jett_30032

    jett_30032 Thread Starter

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    I installed a copy of Photoshop CS I recieved from a friend but the short-cuts doesn't work. I know I am pressing the right keys but no results. I was thinking it may be a pirated copy and this was some safe-guard against that but I don't think it is pirated. Or maybe it is my keyboard. Is there a fix for this? :eek:
     
  2. uly7

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    Do they ever work?
    If they did, then next time that you start Photoshop, hit "shift/ctrl/alt" at the same time, and it will restore Photoshop to the original defaults.
    The "shift/ctrl/alt" is if you are using Windows. For Mac use the equivalents.
    Uly7
     
  3. rextilleon

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    It takes "chutzpah" to ask directions on how to operate some software when the software in question is a "copy" from a friend. Buy your own and read the manual.
     
  4. buck52

    buck52 Banned

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    you have a pirated copy if you got it from a friend

    makes those of us that paided for it feel like jumping to your aid

    closing...

    buck
     
  5. ~Candy~

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    For the record, most of the 'so called pirated' downloads of Photoshop CS are nothing more than the 30 day free evaluation download that you can get legally from Adobe anyway :rolleyes:
     
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