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Where to find the new layer without dialog bind in the Shortcuts Menu?

Community Beginner ,
Aug 12, 2021 Aug 12, 2021

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Hi apparently with the new update my custom shortcuts sopped working, I had not a backup, so Im trying to bind them again, but, can't find the Create New Layer without dialog, (Which i used to have in alt+ctrl+q) and the default is ctrl+shift+n

Photoshop should have a search filter for this btw.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 12, 2021 Aug 12, 2021
… what happens if you apply a custom shortcut to »New Layer« and press alt additionally to that?  Why do you need another shortcut if one already exists? 

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Have you tried cmd-alt-shift-N or are you using that for something else? 

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That would be the default shortcut
On Windows,the default would be ctrl+shift+n
But I want to change the default shortcut

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Not the default, added alt. 

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Yes my mistake, I meant ctrl+alt+shift+n
sorry
But yes, that's the option Im looking for in the Keyboard shortcut dialog

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That would be the default shortcut
On Windows,the default would be ctrl+shift+n
But I want to change the default shortcut


By @Juan de Dios0D4D

If I can understand you then go to Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts > Layer > New > Layer, click on default keyboard shortcut then press shortcut you want to assign.

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Yeam my mistake I forgot the default
Yes that would be
ctrl+alt+shit+n
but that is the default
And the one you mention pop ups a dialog, I looking for the "Create new layer without dialog"

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What happens when you press alt additionally to your custom shortcut? 

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If I press ctrl+alt+shift+n it will create the new layer without dialog

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… what happens if you apply a custom shortcut to »New Layer« and press alt additionally to that? 

 

Why do you need another shortcut if one already exists? 

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Got you, I did not understand you before, I was using the other option mentioned before until yesterday, but that works too.
Thank you!

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Photoshop should have a search filter for this btw.

By @Juan de Dios0D4D



 

You can add your vote to my feature request/suggestion from here https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/photoshop/photoshop-search-field-in-keyboard-shortcuts-...

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