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On 08/05/2012 05:13 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 5:13 AM, Anatol Chavez <anatolchavez@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Although GIMP has the added value of having the undo option (control-z) go back as far as your computer memory allows (which Photoshop does not, by default, have)Doesn't Ctrl/Command+Alt+Z do the trick on Photoshop by default?
Ctrl(Cmd)+Z/Ctrl(Cmd)+Shift+Z only does one step of undo/redo in Photoshop. You have to use the History palette to go further back. It's an annoying behavior that I keep bumping into in my daily work. In fact, if you repeatedly hit Ctrl(Cmd)+Z it toggles undo/redo of the last action only.
At least, that is in PS7, CS1, CS2 and CS4 on OSX in my experience.Otherwise, Gfxuser is correct that the number of items in the history can be adjusted in Photoshop preferences.
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