Zoom Shortcut ⌘Ü ???
Inconsistency of keyboard shortcuts across adobe applications isn't a novelty, but "⌘Ü" to zoom in? I guess that's a bug, since in the online shortcut list it is listed as "⌘+".
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Hi, this is because in Switzerland we have regions that speak german and regions that speak french. The keys that feature the "Ü" character are the same as the "È", which are then prioritised depending on the language german (Ü) and french (È) since in german you need umlauts (Ä,Ö,Ü) and in french (À,É,È). To access "É" on a Swiss german keyboard, you have to press "SHIFT-Ü". The majority of Swiss keyboards is german (with priority for Ä,Ö,Ü), hence roughly 60% in Switzerland speak german (23% french and 8.5% Italian). To access the uppercase "Ü" though, you have to use caps-lock and "ü", hence "SHIFT-Ü" outputs lowercase "È", or type "¨" followed by "U".
However the Swiss Layouts only differ on those keys (see: https://www.google.ch/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjoh4qMrNTXAhUI0RQKHRKyAtYQjRwIBw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.goodtyping.com%2FteclatSWI.htm&psig=AOvVaw20btBMxwRhcHqiAODtbDm2&ust=1511514396325715).
The "+" on the other hand is (if you have no Numblock) placed at "SHIFT-1". So to make zoom functions intuitive and working on Awiss keyboard layouts, I'd suggest you set "zoom in" to "⌘1" or "at least "⌘-SHIFT-1" as it is seen in other applications. However "⌘-1" might be more intuitive.
I hope this helps.
Language: English, Keyboard: Swiss.
Yeah, but CMD+PLUS is in any other App zoom-in as well, I think that shouldn't be keyboard related, especially CMD+Ü doesn't make much sense at all.