I have PSE 8 and try to use those brackets. But:
If I want to use bracket itself, I should press AltGr + F = [
If I use only brackets, it does not work.
How do I use:
If I press only [ (that is F), than in PSE Crop Tool opens.
If I press only ] (that is G), than Gradient tool opens.
If I use AltGr + F (G) nothing happens at all (it would be very inconvenient, pressing too much keys...).
Perheaps my keybord is wierd? I use Logitech wireless.
Or is there some other key for those brackets? Or, do I use something that is not the proper bracket? I am really confused!
Does anyone have a solution, please?
I would say it's something in your keyboard setup, since the plain old bracket keys should certainly work, on an American keyboard, at least. Are you saying you have no bracket keys? I don't understand why you are typing F to get a bracket. Do you have your keyboard set up for one language and your OS for a different one? This is a QWERTY keyboard, right?
On my keyborad there are keys F and G and brackets also underneath those letters. I can type bracket only if I press F+AltGr simultaniously = [
G+AltGr simutaniuosly = ].
I hope I am clear enough ...
And thank you for your concern!!!
I have asked on Logitech forum and I will let you know the answer.
I found out, where is the problem
I have keyborad for EastWestern language. That means that I have keys for š an đ on places where brackets should be. So I will have to use mouse and not brackets.
It is Ok, now when I know the point!!
Look at the picture of my keyboard:
best regards, Natasa
The bracket keys worked fine for changng brush size until i had a com0puter crash and had to reinstall cs5. Now the bracket keys only chage the opacity. Anybody ever had this trouble?
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