I answer on this thread, the other one (no subject) was another mistake of
So as Jan said we aren't all that fluent in typing.
My personnal reason is that I used Photoshop for 21 years now and I
consider that a program should yield to its users' needs and not the other
For example I need a toggle when working on an image for which I have a
sketch. Sometimes I need to show the layer with the sketch, then hide it
then show it then hide it to see what is on the sketch that I lost on the
image I built. Pressing F8 repetitively in very rapid strokes generally do
the trick. Don' forget to half close your eyes as well😁
2016-09-30 13:54 GMT+02:00 Rick Strong <rnstr...@primus.ca>:
> Ctrl + Z = Undo
> Ctrl + Y = Redo
> Hold down Ctrl and do a two-finger dance to toggle.
> Rick S.
> Question 3) As far as I understand it, it is not possible to have toggles
> at the moment. Ctrl z twice will cancel 2 actions instead of undoing and
> redoing the last action. Am I right?
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