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After going to Fireworks -> Keyboard Shorcuts..: I found that there is not a shortcut or a way to create a shortcut for Original, Preview, 2-up or 4-up. The documentation Select and customize keyboard shortcuts did not render any help either.
Here you go : Ctrl-2 - Lock (selected object) Ctrl-Alt-Shift-2 - Lock all unselected objects Ctrl-Alt-2 - Unlock All PS:Tested on Adobe illustrator CC and it works.Hope it works for other version too.All the best.
here's a one-liner script that toggles active layer visibility app.activeDocument.activeLayer.visible ^= 1; this other one-liner toggles lock/unlock app.activeDocument.activeLayer.locked ^= 1; install those 2 scripts into your default scripts folder, then create two actions to run them, assign them shortcut keys and you're all set.
You can move layers withe the arrow keys ←,→,↓,↑ if you have the move tool enabled. This move is by default one pixel but grows to bigger increment if you hold shift down. Zoom levels affect move distance. The keys work also in transform mode so when you hit ctrl+t, for move tool you also get the nudging. Likewise if you have a ...
I'm not sure if i got your question right, but using command+click (which is equivalent to ctrl+click on windows) it will deselect that one layer, but only if he's been selected before. You can deselect multiple layers by using shift+click but it will deselect every single layer from that layer on, you can't draw an area - as far as i know.
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