I have an unknown macro running when I press CTRL+ALT+D on PS.7 (to try to feather my selection). That keyboard shortcut used to work perfectly before. I have no idea what this macro is and if it is running off Vista or PS. The macro triggers a series of tool in PS. At the end, the Notes tool is selected.
How to I troubleshoot something like that?
Thanks for any advice.
Check your actions palette in ps 7 for an action with that shortcut assigned to it.
Added: even though that's unlikely in photoshop 7, clearing the actions palette and then restarting ps7 would eliminate that possibilty.
Message was edited by: R_Kelly
On second thought in ps 7 i don't think actions can have that shortcut and i'm not sure you can asign that shortcut with a script if you have scripting support installed for ps 7 unless someone asigned a shortcut to one of the sample VB
scripts that comes with scripting support.
Do you have the optional scripting plugin for photoshop 7 installed?
Do you have a mouse driver or system utility that can assign shortcuts to particular programs (usually using a macro that one edits)?
Just to be clear we are talking about photoshop 7?
Yes, Photoshop 7. But you nailed it. A while ago, I installed AutoHotKey for windows (keyboard shortcut utility). I have only one hot key combination I use with it (the name of my company), using CTRL+ALT+S but when I checked the script, CTRL+ALT+D was also registered to write the same thing (no idea why, I must have done a wrong action when I initialized the program). So, I erased that line... solved... Thanks!