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As far as i know, you can't disable or reassign option or command keys in photoshop.
Most all the shortcuts in photoshop use one of those keys, so disabling them would render a majority of photoshop's keyboard shortcuts inoperative.
I believe the OP want to disable only Opt + [/] and Ctrl + [/]. That said, I don't recall any way to reassign or disable them.
Yes, Benjamin, I want to disable or re-assign Opt + [/] and Command + [/]. If any one has suggestions...
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For the Mac, you can go into Apple System Preferences > Keyboard and click on the Shortcuts tab.
If you assign Option [ for example to a function in the list, it should "trap" that shortcut so it can't be used in Photoshop.
If you don't want Opt [ to even bring up the function, uncheck it.
So I think that should work for Opt + [/] and Command + [/]
Cmd + Spacebar brings up Spotlight on the Mac, disabling Cmd + Spacebar as the Photoshop Zoom In shortcut. By changing the default Spotlight shortcut In Apple Keyboard Preferences, it will enable it as a Zoom In shortcut again.
Right you are.
Thanks for catching that.
That did work for Cmd + [/], but for some reason it does not work for Opt + [/].
So I'm still interested in hearing other suggestions/thoughts.