How to change Decrease / Increase point size keyboard shortcut in Photoshop

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Jun 02, 2022 Jun 02, 2022

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Dear all,

I am nearing the completion of the LinkedIn Learning Photoshop Essentials course.

In Unit 18 on Type it is said that the keyboard shortcut for increasing and decreasing the point size when a range of text is selected is, on Mac, Cmd-Shift-< or >, which, on an English layout keyboard, are the two keys to the right of the letter M.

Being on an Italian layout keyboard, the > and < are on the same key, left of the Z key. 

Trying things out I noticed that pressing the equivalent of the English keys worked but I wondered if I could set them to something different. Browsing the the Keyboard Shortcuts & Menu dialog I could not find it.

Chatting with the support resulted in an almost humiliating 30 min chat over me having to fetch and connect an English keyboard or having to reset preferences. I could not make them tell me neither where that shortcut was nor that it may have not existed. A pity because, usually, I have had excellent experiences with chat support.

 

Could you please either confirm me that this shortcut is not in the list because it is not editable or where to find it?

Thank you very much

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 02, 2022 Jun 02, 2022
Some keyboard shortcuts are not listed and can not be changed including one that you are looking for.

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Some keyboard shortcuts are not listed and can not be changed including one that you are looking for.

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