44 PhotoShop hidden tricks and shortcut!


#101

HOT HOT HOT!!! thank you so much! :smiley:

i noticed that CTRL+ALT+rigt mouse click+drag to change brush hardness :slight_smile:


#102

F3 for “Copy” , F4 for “Paste” and Cmd+J for “Cut and Paste” of course you need to use the marquee toll to execute the cut and paste… :thumbsup:


#103

Thanks nice tricks


#104

Well, there you go!
Goodies all over!
cheers!


#105

If you haven’t already found this, CS4 supports spring-loaded tools… whatever you are using now, just hold the shortcut key for the next tool, keep holding while using it, then release to get back to your original tool.

For example… using the brush tool (B), you can quickly get to the eraser by holding down E, erase while holding E, then let go to ‘spring’ back to B.


#106

Great stuff.I think those functions are called sticky keys, at least in the 3d world.


#107

OOOOH thank yoU a lot ,Good tips


#108

Thanks for your sharing
:wink:


#109

Thanks a lot mates for all these tricks, you have no idea how
useful they come to me right now! :thumbsup:

Cheers.


#110

jep, thx for that list. I hope i will use 7 of the tipps now constantly.


#111

That might be the case for 3D, but PS has called them spring-loaded, for whatever reason :slight_smile:


#112

Great stuff. All these tricks are very good. Thanks man :slight_smile:


#113

Thanks for the short cut keys. There are some that I didnt even know…Thanks again for the time to post this to us. :wink:

I do hope that it applies to cs5 as well…


#114

you are a genius Neso. I have been looking for this kinda feature forever :slight_smile:


#115

Thanks for sharing


#116

hi sir is that possible can i draw a curve line in photoshop and give a stroke…


#117

Yes we can draw a curved line in photoshop please check this Thanks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzS9xrnJCa4


#118

hi there… thank you for that one… it’s very useful especially in people just like me who is beginner… thank you for sharing…


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#119

These tips are really useful. thanks for sharing :slight_smile:


#120

Just wondering, in CS5, how can I switch rapidly from normal brush (B) to Mixer brush (B), without having to use the mouse to click the brush tool button and select the mixer brush?