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keyboard shortcuts panel for belgian keyboards or standard photoshop methods

hallo,

  • brackets don’t work on my belgian keyboard for changing brush size and opacity.

can you use photoshop methods (alt, mouse drag) where you can drag and see in red the brush size and opacity

in lightroom the mouse wheel is really nice to change brush size

  • “\” before/after doesn’t work.
  • a shortcut for ruby mode for viewing mask : there is no mean to toggle between black and white mask and ruby one. in lightrrom you can press several time on a key to have different settings.

best regards

marc

 

6 comments on “keyboard shortcuts panel for belgian keyboards or standard photoshop methods”

  1. On February 27, 2018 at 2:49 am Jan B. HANSEN wrote:

    To Marc of Belgium
    Firstly I’m all on level with you (and Patricia), that a keyb.shortcut to change/toggle between mask overlays would be much appreciated. Something really missed, I think On1 should have put in same time as the luminosity mask sliders!
    Secondly I can’t be sure with newest OPR of 2018 (since I’m having a heck of problem to getting it to work with my Intel Graphics card – certainly doesn’t allow for samme 3D-settings as does Photoshop. Mind you, profiles can be set up for those, but still a hastle to have to change…point aside, Sorry); but I’m quite sure I – BTW using a Scandinavian outlined keyboard, where there is no way around, that I know of, to get brackets shortcut to work in PhShp(!) – did once in OPR 2017 succeed to combine Alt Graphics button with (in Scandinavian outlay) the 8+9 – same as round br./paranthesis using Shift – to achieve brackets keyboard shortcut function to change brush size. But you’ll have to make your own attempts with – proberly quite different – belgian outlay of buttons. Regards, Danish OPR-user (sometime hopefully! ;p)

  2. On June 20, 2018 at 10:15 am Lars Sundin wrote:

    I’m using a Swedish keyboard and can’t change brush size. Neither can I enter zero as a rating. Rotate 90° are also off limit and so is switching Preview on and off. I know I can use the touchpad for changing the brush size, but I prefer using it to pan. It has to be either or. But still I’m missing keys for rating to 0, rotating, and previewing.

    I had my hopes on 2018.5 but no, this problem wasn’t fixed.

  3. On June 11, 2019 at 11:14 am Nuša Čeh wrote:

    Resizing the brush size already works. You have to change in Edit – Preferences and at Scrolling control pick Brush size. If that was the change after your messages, just ignore this one. :)

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