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Hi group! A few things I just discovered : - Double click on the empty doent space, this will bring the Open dialog - Control + Double click on the empty doent space will bring you the New doent dialog box - Alt + Double click brings the Open As... dialog - Shift + Double click brings up the File Browser Finally... - F5 brings the file browser - F6 = How To palette - F7 = Filters palette - F8 = Effects - F9 = Layer Styles - F10 = Undo History palette - F11 = Layers palette - ...

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    Hi group!

    A few things I just discovered :

    - Double click on the empty doent space, this will bring the Open dialog
    - Control + Double click on the empty doent space will bring you the New
    doent dialog box
    - Alt + Double click brings the Open As... dialog
    - Shift + Double click brings up the File Browser

    Finally...
    - F5 brings the file browser
    - F6 = How To palette
    - F7 = Filters palette
    - F8 = Effects
    - F9 = Layer Styles
    - F10 = Undo History palette
    - F11 = Layers palette
    - F12 = Hints

    Oh and there's also these two, but they were discussed a few weeks ago :
    - Tab makes everything disapear except the doent itself and the menu bar
    (except the File Browser)
    - Shift-Tab makes the opened palettes disapear (except the File Browser)


    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    One more before I get my first coffee...

    The color picker tool's option :

    When you make this tool active, look at the option bar : you'll find only
    one option, but a very valuable one. You can select between a 1, 3 or 5
    pixels area for sampling! Very handy to get an average color for something
    like skies, snow, etc.

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Can we post yet ? :ooh:
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    I guess at the moment i can...miss you guys ! :wink:
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    Yes we can.. :wink:

    Ray, thanks for the tips. Now, if I only could remember them when I need them!

    Juergen
    JuergenDirrigl Guest

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    :grin: Hi Juggen :
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    Juergen,

    I have kept my shortcuts quickcards just beside my screen. The first thing
    I do when I work with any applications is to get these out. But I've
    discovered that you have to have the need for them. Some shortcuts, no
    matter how handy they are, never find their way into my memory because,
    frankly, for some actions I plainly prefer using the mouse!

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Jodi (and others) : here's how those smileys appear within a newsreader :
    > : pbpt : Ray, these little smilies are cute...so are you !
    Needless to say, I don't have a clue to what pbpt means. But I assume you
    meant well, so thanks :)

    I'll see if I can convert these post to HTML... Otherwise, I'm stuck
    :meaningless: and :annoying: tags :)

    X-Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Oh, Sorry Ray ;(

    Most of you are doing the newsreader thing so i guess it will be no fun to post smilies ;(

    Jodi Frye Guest

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    Oh, I'll adjust. Just don't expect thos elaborate smileys from my end ! :)


    Ray Guest

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    Hi Jodi :smile:
    JuergenDirrigl Guest

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    Thanks Chuck,

    I already have PS7 (and its Quick Card). Thought I posted some shortcuts this morning because
    sometimes, a small refresher can do no harm :)

    Ray
    P.S. Quick Card... 6 pages! Quick isn't what it used to be.. ;)


    Ray Guest

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    Ray, I know - I do too. But I like the digital retouch list better; check
    out how well it's organized.

    Chuck
    >

    Chuck Snyder Guest

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    Already done :)


    Ray Guest

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    Ray...or anyone.

    Any idea as to where can I find a list of **ALL** the short cut keys
    available in elements? Some of the short cuts you list are not in the
    Elements manual that came with my copy of the program.

    Right now I have a hand written list that I have assembled from
    various places. It would be nice to have a complete list

    Stan



    On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 04:50:13 -0700, "Ray" <carbone_2000hotmail.com>
    wrote:
    >A few things I just discovered :
    >
    >- Double click on the empty doent space, this will bring the Open dialog
    >- Control + Double click on the empty doent space will bring you the New
    >doent dialog box
    >- Alt + Double click brings the Open As... dialog
    >- Shift + Double click brings up the File Browser
    >
    >Finally...
    >- F5 brings the file browser
    >- F6 = How To palette
    >- F7 = Filters palette
    >- F8 = Effects
    >- F9 = Layer Styles
    >- F10 = Undo History palette
    >- F11 = Layers palette
    >- F12 = Hints
    >
    >Oh and there's also these two, but they were discussed a few weeks ago :
    >- Tab makes everything disapear except the doent itself and the menu bar
    >(except the File Browser)
    >- Shift-Tab makes the opened palettes disapear (except the File Browser)
    >
    >
    >Ray
    >
    Stanley Guest

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    They'd love it, Jodi! As would a couple of your other admirers. :) (I think I'm done playing with these emoticons now - takes too long to make a decision!)
    Beth Haney Guest

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    I too prefer Outlook but have o figured out how to post from Outlook.
    Have you?
    Scott
    Scott Nelson Guest

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    Jodi

    I am using a news reader and the smileys appear fine on my screen.

    Dave

    Dave Hamer Guest

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    Dave, ok good. I know these smilies are totally juvenile but Oh well i still think they are cute.
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    Dave, what software do you use ?


    Ray Guest

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