anderpainter Posted September 7, 2018 Share Posted September 7, 2018 (edited) I just installed PN 4.1, and found that the keyboard shortcuts for Brightness/Contrast (Ctrl+Shift+T) and Hue/Saturation/Lightness (Ctrl+Shift+U), which I've used for many years, no longer worked. I now see the 4.1 change log says: Quote Changed: Removed shortcut keys for all built-in Adjustments except for Invert Colors (Ctrl+Shift+I). This is being done to free up shortcut keys for other functionality. "Freeing them up for other functionality"? What the heck does that mean? And now, rather than pressing a quick key combination, we must do all this: 1. Remove hand from keyboard 2. Place hand on mouse 3. Move mouse pointer to menu 4. Click 5. Find command on menu 6. Click command 7. Return hand to keyboard ...every time we want to make one of these basic adjustments? Do future plans include making us stand on one foot, do celebrity impressions, or do anything else to slow down and complicate our work? I realize some people find it difficult to remember shortcuts, and prefer to interrupt their work to shuffle through menus. And that's fine. But it's a big step backward for me—and, I'm guessing, lots of other P.N. users, too—and a very presumptuous and inconsiderate change to make without even consulting anyone. Edited September 7, 2018 by anderpainter Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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