Tip: Speed up Your Editing by Removing and Color Coding Photoshop Menus

February 28th, 2012

Photoshop Tip.jpgWhen we think about Photoshop,
typically we think about a photo being edited, but this quick tip
involves you editing Photoshop itself.

In order to make commonly used menu
options stand out more, simply go to “edit,” then select
“menus.” From there, you can choose the look of menu
options as you see fit. If you want to get rid of excess clutter,
you can remove menu options completely.

If you want to get a bit more advanced,
go to “edit” and select “keyboard shortcuts.”
From there you can pick key combinations to do just about anything.
Careful though – creating a new keyboard shortcut with an existing
combination will overwrite the old one. In other words, make sure
you’re okay with losing “ctrl + n” to make a new document
if you decide you’d rather have that combo make something grayscale.

(via PetaPixel)

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