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I'm a photoshop user. This has annoyed me for a while now. Every time I press Command + i (command invert), this "^", but only in a code editor (like Textmate), every other time the command just ignores me. I've checked for overlapping global keyboard shortcuts, and nothing. I've even done some kind of reboot-cache-reset. Problem was from the beginning when I got the Mac, which was Snow Leopard 10.6.*, and it's still here in Lion 10.7.1

By the way, the physical layout of the keyboard is Danish, but I use U.S. "Input source (keymap?)". The problem however still persists in "danish mode" anyway.

Stuck here. Why has my mac disabled CMD+I for me ?

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closed as not a real question by studiohack Sep 21 '11 at 23:16

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Are you talking about Option-I? –  Daniel Beck Sep 18 '11 at 8:34
Or do you mean Ctrl-I? (The ^ designates the Control key). I can't make sense of your question yet. What does > Every time I press Command + i (command invert), this "^", but only in a code editor (like Textmate) mean? –  slhck Sep 18 '11 at 9:50
@slhck Option-I produces a ^ (the deadkey/accent variant), so I guess it's some confusion about the modifier. –  Daniel Beck Sep 18 '11 at 15:13
Nope. Not talking about neither control or alt (option) I. I'm talking about COMMAND + I. –  Norris Sep 18 '11 at 17:18

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