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Mar 03, 2018 19:27 |  #1

I use Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts whenever possible, this really makes it fast when you have to go two or more menus deep to get what you need. As an example I set up Control Shift V as my keyboard shortcut to NIK Viveza. I don't have to go to the FILTER Menu and then select NIK SOFTWARE and then VIVEZA

I have a problem when I want to select an area and then use content aware fill. That can be accessed by going to the Edit Menu and then selecting FILL. However I should be able to do that using SHIFT F5. BUT THAT DOESN'T WORK.... I wonder why????


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Mar 03, 2018 19:31 |  #2

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Mar 04, 2018 05:29 |  #3

RPCrowe wrote in post #18576942 (external link)
I use Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts whenever possible, this really makes it fast when you have to go two or more menus deep to get what you need. As an example I set up Control Shift V as my keyboard shortcut to NIK Viveza. I don't have to go to the FILTER Menu and then select NIK SOFTWARE and then VIVEZA

I have a problem when I want to select an area and then use content aware fill. That can be accessed by going to the Edit Menu and then selecting FILL. However I should be able to do that using SHIFT F5. BUT THAT DOESN'T WORK.... I wonder why????

SHIFT-F5 works for me, but personally I would just RIGHT CLICK within the selection.


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