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    multiply Ctrl+z?

    hi,
    is it possible to make photoshope to undo more than one step? by pressing ctrl+z? ao other combination?

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    do you mean more than one step at once? or to go back many steps in order?

    To continue to undo, use alt-ctrl-z.
    You can also make a snapshot of a piece at a point and just go back to that in the history pallete.

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    You can also change in preference so ctrl+z works like ctrl+alt+z I believe, plus what glikster said.

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    thanx guys. it really helped

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    ctrl+z just undoes the last action you did. at the right hand part of the page, you should be able to see a history of every action you made. if you right click>delete< on them, that should undo whatever it is you are selecting. hope this helps.

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    Follow Bumskee's advise!

    Change the keys preset! Kick out the former CTRL-Z Function and set CTRL-Z to go back step by step (don't know how it's called in the english version!).
    And for CTRL-Y set forward step by step!

    So you can move forward and backward in the protocol palette by only using the keys!

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    haha..i learnt something reading those posts..umm..i find it easier to go to History (its in the Windows Tabs) and and delete the each of the things u've done off there, u can see what you did and can delete it off there...

    i personally find that simpler because you can delete group of stuff at once..

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    Hello B+!

    Yes you're right, but if you would have tried what I wrote, you would have recognized, that with the altered "undo"-function you can move the history palette up and down by only using the keys!

    The multiply Shift-Z is nothing more than going back in the history!

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