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MacBook Pro Touch Bar Customisation

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Sep 14, 2018

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I just got the new MacBook Pro with touch bar, how do I customise the Touch Bar within Adobe Animate? I would mainly like to have the F Keys I use most commonly and perhaps other shortcuts on my Touch Bar.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated

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open animate>click edit>keyboard shortcuts.

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MacBook Pro Touch Bar Customisation

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I just got the new MacBook Pro with touch bar, how do I customise the Touch Bar within Adobe Animate? I would mainly like to have the F Keys I use most commonly and perhaps other shortcuts on my Touch Bar.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated

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open animate>click edit>keyboard shortcuts.

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open animate>click edit>keyboard shortcuts.

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And to add to open animate>click edit>keyboard shortcuts.

Adobe Animate CC keyboard shortcuts

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Neither of these suggestions tell how to update the MacBook touch bar.

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what do you mean by 'update'?

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For those who don't know, Macbook Pros have had "Touch Bar" since around 2016.  Instead of dedicated F1, F2, F3, etc. keys, it's a completely customizeable bar for the commands you want.  Check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnz-GpVUNeE to see the very basics.

 

Back to this post... I would like to know how to customize the Touchbar for the Adobe Animate program specifically for the commands I use the most.  

Learn how to customize the Control Strip on the Touch Bar of your MacBook Pro. To learn more about this topic visit the following article: How to use the Tou...

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I'm super late to this thread because I just got a new MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar and it wasn't obvious to me how to customize it based on my searches. Apple says to open an application and go to the View menu to customize the Touch bar but AnCC doesn't support this. After a little more digging it turns out you just need to go to Sys Settings > Keyboard and use the "Touch Bar Shows..." drop-down menu to select the function keys...Screen Shot 2020-08-03 at 7.09.34 PM.png

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