Thanks to ~MinervaGem
for the tip!
Figured I'd through this together to show people how to make Ctrl+Z do what it's supposed to do in Photoshop. One history state? BITCH, PLEASE.This seems like more trouble then it's worth. Why should I bother?
Simple. You only have to futz with this process ONCE. After you save your shortcuts, you never have to do this ever again. Even if you reset Photoshop to the factory defaults, just load up the KYS file or set it to your custom workspace, and the shortcuts will be back to the way you had set them. I actually enjoy the default Ctrl+Z Function, why should I care?
This guide is meant to show people how to edit shortcuts, I simpley used the Ctrl+Z shortcut as an example. It is a shortcut I don't see as all that useful, but some of you might, and that is your opinion, and I respect that.