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Multiple undo in Photoshop CS3


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In Photoshop 7, I had it set up (somehow) so that each time I pressed Command + Z it would undo the last step. Press it twice and it would redo 2 steps and keep going back in the history until its limit was reached or it had nothing left to undo. Command + Y was redo. Now with my new CS3 installation, Command + Z simply toggles back and forth between undo and redo. I recall having this problem in PS7 and I don't remember what I did to remedy it. I don't see anything in the preferences about this. I'm sure I'm missing something somewhere. Please help me... unless you'd rather not.
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Apple(command)+Alt(option)+Z will undo multiple times as it cycles you back through the history one step at a time.

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Just open the history tool bar under window. it will show you every change you have made.
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I figured it out. PS7 has a preference to assign a "REDO" key. This made it so Command + Z would undo again and again. PS10 lacks this preference for some unknown reason. So I guess I am stuck pressing 3 keys simultaneously. I liked the Command + Z because I could go back 2 or 3 steps really fast vs moving my mouse all the way to the History window. Plus with the way I had PS7 set up, it would multiple-undo in the same fashion as most other programs on the planet.
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