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Can't assing Shift Ctrl N to a hotkey, why?

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RebelKain
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Can't assing Shift Ctrl N to a hotkey, why?

Postby RebelKain » Sat 15. Jul 2017, 22:15

In Studio Paint Pro on W10 I am trying to assign shift ctrl N for a new layer to a hotkey on my intuos comic but it will just not take it.

If I press that combo in keystroke it only records ctrl N, very annoying!

Anyone know why?

wacom1
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Re: Can't assing Shift Ctrl N to a hotkey, why?

Postby wacom1 » Mon 17. Jul 2017, 06:52

Shift+Ctrl+n is {Crtl}N with a capital n. If you don't press Shift, if it shown as {Ctrl}n - so this is correct.

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Re: Can't assing Shift Ctrl N to a hotkey, why?

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