Photoshop CC 2019: Add the cmd-d shortcut to place images when a frame is selected

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In Adobe Photoshop CC 2019, allow users to use the cmd-d shotcut to place images in a selected frame. Just like in Adobe Indesign...
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Do you use Photoshop for lay-out? There is a possibility with your frame selected: >Edit >Paste special >Paste into. (It is of course not the same)
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There's a shortcut editor for changing the kbsc if you want cmd-d to place...

edit/keyboard shortcuts
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To Eartho's point, you can customize nearly any shortcut to be what you'd like it to be using Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts and then selecting either Application Menus, Panel Menus (some overlap between those two), Tools, or Taskspaces.  You can then save these customized sets.

Hope that helps,