Cant' change the shortcut options+cmd+c to standard

EllRod

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Mar 13, 2012
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Stockholm, Sweden
Hi,

Have now google, search forums, search through settings (OSX Lion) to find out how to remove the shortcut that has been set for some reason options+cmd+c to show this quick-window for "snippets". Hopefully it makes sence for you guys what my problem is. It irritates:mad: me so much when I working with Adobe PS, when I want to use the "Canvas size" shortcut and it shows instead the clipboard for adding snippets.

I appreciate any help i can get from all you guys.:)
 

GGJstudios

macrumors Westmere
May 16, 2008
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Was the first thing I tried, still does the "snippet clipboard" show when I press the combo-keys.
Did you scroll down to the bottom of the list of keyboard shortcuts to see if there's a custom shortcut defined that you can remove?
 

EllRod

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Mar 13, 2012
3
0
Stockholm, Sweden
Did you scroll down to the bottom of the list of keyboard shortcuts to see if there's a custom shortcut defined that you can remove?
Yes, cover all the lists available for shortcuts, nada...
This shortcut should be there, cause its a "global" feature in every section in my OSX lion. Even looking for the "snippets settings" to see more regarding their settings for shortcuts. I starting to think its Adobe related, the only thing I can find once I search in Spotlight is adobe associated applications with word snippets.