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Develop module Control-Z map to a preset, how to reset or remap?

kenwood

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On lightroom 5.3, in the develop module, when I press control-z, instead of undoing the last change, it applies a preset to the photo. I have been searching for where the mapping is defined but had no luck. Does anyone know? I would like to restore the default keyboard short cut of undo to control-z.
 
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There was a bug along those lines. I can't remember when it was fixed, but you can update to 5.7.1 for free to see if that does the trick. Download Photoshop Lightroom
 

kenwood

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You are right. It does look like a bug. After restarting LR, ctrl-z is back to its normal behaviour. So that means its not due to short cut mapping. Thanks.
 
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