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How to set up a shortcut for all actions in menubar

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2013 12:14PM UTC
Many applications (such as Logic, Pixelmator, Adobe's) have a dedicated panel to set up and modify shortcuts linked to the apps' actions.
For instance you can add a shortcut in Photoshop to rotate an image (which incredibly is not accessible via shortcut by default) or assign cmd + C to "Duplicate layer" instead of "Copy", now that became useless with the fantastic Action Gestures included in Actions. :) 

If your application doesn't have any shortcut manager and you are on OsX you are still lucky, because you can still do it in the System Preferences, under the keyboard panel. 
The good folks at Mac.Tutsplus have published a great tutorial about it.
In this way you can greatly extend Actions possibilities, and be  able to set up Touchpads for all existing actions. A must read!
* Note: you can also override pre-existing shortcuts in the same way.
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