Photoshop: Could I get an official list of all TOP SECRET shortcuts?

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I mean shortcuts that are not retrievable in setting shortcuts. http://blog.kam88.com/en/layer-styles...

Or "Ctrl + Shift + T", "Ctrl + Alt + Shift +T" (repeat transformation)
or "Ctrl + Shift + F", "Ctrl + Alt + F" (repeat filter and change filter values)
or "Ctrl + Shift + N" for new layer and "Ctrl + shift + alt + N" for new layer without dialog.
or "Ctrl + Shift + /" can duplicate multiple layers with dialog. And "Ctrl + Shift + Alt + /" can duplicate multiple layers without dialog. It works also in CS5 so it was more powerfull then "Ctrl + J"

I tried to track down the existence of other secret shortcut using a translation error messages. https://translate.adobe.com/adobe/pro... But it's like looking for a needle in a haystack.

There are other shortcuts such as Alt + click on the folder arrow in layers panel, which recursively collapses all sublevels and click without alt re-expands only the first level of folder.

Or double click on the magnifying glass or hand tool in toolbar. Please post officially all secret shortcuts. People will appreciate it. :-)
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Have you seen this documentation? https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/usi...

Trevor Morris has a nice set organized here: http://morris-photographics.com/photo...
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Okay, but there still is not enough. Here there are listed only things that are already assigned. On both links eg. Is nowhere mentioned that Photoshop contains a function: "Paste layer effects without replacing the current effects" And this function has nowhere menu item. :-) First, I have to assign a shortcut. Then, through alt + shift I change the way it works.

Thanks a lot for this links. Especially the first. It seems that there will be possible to find interesting things.