So, I'm using Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. Whenever I want to resize a picture, I usually do it while maintaining the same aspect ratio. In order for me to do this, I have to hold in shift as I resize the picture. However, is it possible for this to be reversed? Can I make it so that, normally, whenever I resize the picture/layer, it will maintain the same aspect ratio, but whenever I hold shift, then it won't? I know that there's the option to maintain the same aspect ratio under the transform controls, but it's annoying for me to have to turn that on EVERY single time I want to resize something; I'd like it to be on by default. Is this possible, and if so, how?
Also, when it comes to transform controls, is there a button, somewhere, that immediately shows them? I can only see the transform controls immediately after transforming some object or layer. I would like to be able to see the transform controls prior to making any type of transformation.
Sorry, I didn't mean to type Ration in the title, I meant ratio.
I don't see the option to do this under the keyboard shortcuts. Also, is there a way to make control+mouse wheel zoom and alt+mouse wheel scroll left and right? (switching them again)