Photoshop: Paste Unstyled Text

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In Photoshop I would like to be able to paste “unstyled” text as an option. In OS X one can do this by holding Command-Option-Shift-V. The pasted text will then take on the default style as determined by the document, losing any specific formatting from its source. At present, if I want to paste the content of one styled field to another, Photoshop forces me to roundabout to an external editor, strip the styling there, then return to PS to paste. Life could be simpler.
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David, Official Rep

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Thanks for the suggestion!
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David, Official Rep

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In the meanwhile, perhaps using type styles could solve your workflow issues?
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scamper

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That is a serviceable workaround, I’ll give you that. But it still requires more planning and thought — more cognitive load — than the simpler unstyled paste. Not to take away from your suggestion, just differentiating the two, for the record.
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Malte Schümann

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Hey Adobe, what about this 3 year old idea?
I would really love to paste unformatted text  :)
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Malte Schümann

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Hi Adobe Developers,
any thoughts about implementing this feature?
Would really fasten up my workflow.

Thanks
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Dave Mozdzanowski

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This would be a seriously simple tool addition, and incredibly valuable. Any new response from Adobe on this one? Other Adobe apps already have this, so it would only make their suite more consistent.
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Malte Schümann

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Hello Adobe, can you please tell us, if this feature will be implemented sometime? In the Photoshop CC 2015.5 Update it is sadly not.

It would help me a lot!