List of Adobe Photoshop CS5 shortcut keys bloccocverbnerbe.cf photoshop/shortcuts/downloads/bloccocverbnerbe.cf MAC -. Photoshop CS5 Shortcuts. Platform: shift+ctrl+w. Close a file in Photoshop and open Bridge q bloccocverbnerbe.cf . w keys. Move selection area 1 pixel. Move tool+arrow keys. Move selection 1 pixel. Here are many keyboard shortcuts for Photoshop CS5, including lesser known and hidden Move Selection (in pixel Increments), Shift-Arrow Keys.
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This adds a flattened version of the image to the new layer but leaves the layers intact too. Hold the Alt the key Option on the Mac to switch temporarily to the Eyedropper tool and click to select a new foreground color. Move a selection Moving a selection is notoriously cumbersome without this keystroke: to move a selection while you are still drawing it, press and hold the Spacebar.
Continue to hold the it while you move the selection and let it go when the selection is in the correct place.
In Photoshop CS3, and later, most options in most dialogs that can be adjusted using a slider can also be adjusted using a scrubby slider. Scrubby sliders appear as a hand with a pointing finger icon when you hold your mouse over the slider name.
Drag on the name to adjust the slider value. Zoom and Move with dialogs open When a dialog such as the Layer Style dialog is open you can access the Zoom and Move tools by using Ctrl Command on the Mac to zoom in and Alt Option on the Mac to zoom out of the document.
Use the spacebar to access the Hand tool to move the document around. Hidden tools Tools that share a tool palette position and a shortcut keystroke letter can be easily selected using the keystroke letter.
The right bracket key moves the layer up; the left bracket key moves it down.
Note that this does not work with the Background layer since you can't move the Background layer. Also, you won't be able to move any other layers below the Background layer. Here, I've jumped my "Color Fill 1" layer to the top: Jumping the selected layer to the top of the stack. Again, neither one of these shortcuts works with the Background layer: Jumping the selected layer to the bottom of the stack above the Background layer. Show And Hide Layers If you've been using Photoshop for a while, you probably know that you can temporarily hide a layer in the document by clicking its visibility icon the eyeball in the Layers panel: Click the visibility eyeball icon to toggle a layer on or off.
Notice that the eyeball is now visible only for my "Dancer" layer, which tells us that every other layer in the document is now hidden. Only that one layer remains visible. The right bracket key will scroll up through the layers; the left bracket key will scroll down.
As you arrive at each new layer, Photoshop will make that layer visible in the document and leave all the others hidden. This makes it easy to scroll through your layers and see exactly what's on each one.
Create A New Group From Layers To quickly create a layer group from your selected layers, first select the layers you want to include we covered selecting multiple layers earlier : Selecting the layers to place inside the group. Photoshop will create a new layer group and place your selected layers inside it.
Create A Clipping Mask There's a couple of quick ways to create clipping masks in Photoshop using keyboard shortcuts. The first way is to hover your mouse cursor directly over the dividing line between two layers in the Layers panel.
The top layer will be clipped to the layer below it.
Another way to create a clipping mask is to first select the layer that should be clipped to the layer below it. Pressing the same shortcut again will release the mask.
Cycle Through Layer Blend Modes When trying to decide which layer blend mode to use, most people choose one from the Blend Mode drop-down list in the top left corner of the Layers panel to see what effect it has on their image. Then, they choose a different one from the list to view the effect. Then then they choose another, and another, and so on.
There's a much better way. The plus key scrolls down through the list; the minus key scrolls up. You can also jump to specific blend modes from the keyboard.
Changing The Layer Opacity To quickly change the opacity of a layer, first press the letter V on your keyboard to select Photoshop's Move Tool, then type a number. Whatever opacity value you enter appears in the Opacity option in the top right corner of the Layers panel across from the Blend Mode option : Select a layer in the Layers panel, then type a number to change the its Opacity value.
You don't technically need to have the Move Tool selected for this shortcut to work, but you do need to have a tool selected that does not have its own independent Opacity option otherwise you'll change the tool's opacity, not the layer opacity.
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The Move Tool does not have its own Opacity option, and since it's located at the top of the Tools panel, it's the easiest to select. Changing The Fill Value We can also change a layer's Fill value from the keyboard in much the same way. The Fill option is located directly under the Opacity option, and like Opacity, Fill controls the transparency of a layer.
The difference between them is that Opacity controls the transparency level for both the contents of the layer and any layer styles applied to it, while Fill ignores any layer styles and affects only the layer's actual contents.
See our Layer Opacity vs Fill tutorial for more details. To change the Fill value from the keyboard, press and hold Shift, then type in the new value: Hold Shift and type a number to change the Fill value.
And there we have it! That's our roundup of the essential shortcuts for working quickly and efficiently with layers in Photoshop! Looking for more Photoshop tips? Or, check out our Photoshop Layers Learning Guide section for more layers tutorials!Temporarily hide pins.
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Use the Camera Raw dialog box. Shift-click the points.
Option-click New Layer button. Use adjustment layers.