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Fri, Aug 10, 2012 1:56 AM

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Photoshop: CS6 (13.0.2/13.1) interface color keyboard shortcut(s)

I'm using PS CS6 on a retina MBP, OS X 10.8. Under System Preferences > Keyboard, I have the option "Use all F1, F2, etc keys as standard function keys" checked. In photoshop, when I press Ctrl+F2 (the OS X shortcut to activate the menu bar), photoshop overrides this and brightens the interface color. There is no way to change this in the photoshop preferences. Please add functionality in the preferences to change/disable the keyboard shortcuts for interface color!

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16K Messages

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7 y ago

Fixed in CS6 (13.0.3) or later.

Adobe Administrator

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9 y ago

Thanks, I've let the team know about this.

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9 y ago

I'm adding another voice to this since I now encounter it every time I use Photoshop. I rely on Ctrl+F2 heavily in order to access the Photoshop menus with a keyboard. Adobe is overriding a built-in OS accessibility keyboard shortcut. This is a problem to people who rely on the keyboard.