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    Changing keyboard shortcut of opacity and flow of brush

    Where can I change keyboard shortcut for opacity and flow of brush. I looked under Edit > Keyboard shortcut. But didn't find anything like that.
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    The top number keys aren't good enough?
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    I don't want to take my hand of tablet when I need to press shift + 0.
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    Well considering how many keys there are to hit 0-9 + shift, you can do it with wacoms pop up menu. Open up your wacom properties, highlight function, and set up "pop up menu".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Ross View Post
    Well considering how many keys there are to hit 0-9 + shift, you can do it with wacoms pop up menu. Open up your wacom properties, highlight function, and set up "pop up menu".
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    Is it not possible to change the keyboard short cut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamcreasy View Post
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    Is it not possible to change the keyboard short cut?
    I honestly don't think so. An easy way to find a shortcut key (opacity 1-9 for example) is to attempt to apply a new shortcut to those keys. You'll get an error. Map your top button to the pop up menu and just point to the correct number for opacity.
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