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A friend helped me find the solution!! Here's my trick: First change to US keyboard. (win+space if you're on W8 or W10) In Photoshop, use the Actions Panel! To keep it tidy, create a new group so you don't mix it with default actions. Create a new action and map it to f.ex. 'F2' in the create new actions dialogue. Record, and Enter 'Alt+LeftBracket' with ...


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Some keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop are hard-coded and can't be changed through the normal Edit → Keyboard Shortcuts... way (including the Alt + [/] shortcuts). Depending on your OS, there are a few workarounds. Basically you either change your keyboard layout, or remap the shortcuts. Any OS should have methods for relatively easily changing keyboard ...


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OK, so... I saw your question and remembered I've been meaning to write a script to do this in Illustrator. So I did it... I havn't tested it much and it could probably be cleaned up a bit but it should work (it does for me with CS6 on OS X) It takes all your selected swatches and prints the CMYK, RGB and HEX (and name if it's a Spot color) of all those ...



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