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Hi,

I am a web deisgner and when I am in photoshop when i use all my shortcuts sometimes my shortcuts stop working such as apple v apple c etc. I relaise i must be disabling something but never know what. The only way I get round it is to reboot. This happens in some other apps as well.

Any help much appreciated.

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