Photoshop CC 2019: Toggle channel shortcuts are different

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So, after updating my Photoshop CC 2018 to CC 2019. I notice that Adobe decided to take out some shortcut functions. The toggle between Photoshop files in CC 2019 on a Mac is mising, so I thought. It used to be ~ and the command key. While doing more research in this problem... and comparing Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 and CC 2019. I notice that the Channels shortcuts panel was change. Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 Channel shortcuts are as followed: RGB: 1 -  Command Key, Red: 2 - Command Key, Green: 3 - Command Key, and Blue: 4 - Command Key. So, here's the problem with Adobe Photoshop new CC 2019: RGB (~ Command Key) [ = #ADBOE Problem programers. Because thats the key that allows user to toggle between Photoshop files]! Red: 1 - Command Key, Green: 2 - Command Key, and Blue: 3 - Command Key.

So, my question to anyone. How in the world do I fix this Channels Adobe Photoshop CC 2019. I want my shortcuts back from Adobe Photoshop CC2018 and back. Adobe programers... please ask the users (all artist) what shortcuts that you might what to change. Let us vote on it... We all know you mean well. But sometimes you're not helping out! In the meantime does anyone know how to write a script to fix this issue. I am attaching screen shots with the problem.
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Joe Creative

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David Converse

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There is a checkbox in Keyboard Shortcuts for Legacy Channel Shortcuts.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Let us know if Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts... and checking "Use Legacy Channel Shortcuts" doesn't work for you. This change was made back in CS5 or CS6.