Beginning with Mac OS X v.10.2 (Jaguar), Apple has reserved the keyboard shortcut Command+~ (Tilde) to cycle through an application's open document windows. This change conflicts with the behavior of the shortcut in Adobeﾮ Photoshopﾮ 7.x (selecting the image composite in the Channels palette or selecting the master channel in the Levels and Curves dialog boxes). To restore the behavior of Command+~ in Photoshop 7.x running in Mac OS X v.10.2, place this plug-in in the Adobe Photoshop Only:Extensions folder within the Adobe Photoshop 7 Plug-Ins folder.
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This plug-in functions only with Mac OS X v.10.2 or later. It has been tested with the English-language versions of Photoshop 7.x.
After downloading a ".hqx" file on a Macintosh, use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to access the file's contents. StuffIt Expander is available as a freeware product.
NOTE: Please ensure you have the latest version of StuffIt by Allume Systems, Inc.
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1. Make sure Photoshop 7.x is not running.
2. Download the archive file that contains the Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcut Fix plug-in.
3. Use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to extract the contents of the archive file.
4. Locate the Adobe Photoshop 7:Plug-Ins:Adobe Photoshop Only:Extensions folder.
5. Drag the extracted Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcut Fix plug-in into the Extensions folder within the Adobe Photoshop Only folder.
6. Launch Photoshop 7.x.
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