Customize Mapping for Shortcuts
I know I had this functionality in Adobe in 2014, but I was able to customize the mapping for keyboard shortcuts for tools I frequently used. In 2014 I mapped 'ctrl + shift + x' so that a text comment could be added wherever I clicked. I did turn on single-key accelerators, which is just 'x' as of recently in 2022. I just want to map my own shortcuts so that I can also create a text callout (for example, 'ctrl + shift + y'). I don't see text callout as a single-key accelerator option. I did use the cycle through drawing tools, but that is also not helpful because I frequently use the line, arrow, and rectangle tools. Using 'ctrl + d' takes too long to get back to the line tool if I am now using the rectangle tool (I clicked 'ctrl + d' over 8 times to get back to the line tool after using the rectangle tool. There is no key that allows me to reverse cycle to the line tool. The text callout is showing as a drawing tool, but it doesn't allow me to use it when I use 'ctrl + d'. I use that tool a lot so I would like the text callout feature to be used when cycling through drawing tools.
I also wanted to have a shortcut for using a specific tickmark (PBC, Tickmark, N/A, TR, and PY), which I frequently use. This same thing applies to the Engagement tools (I mainly use "Agrees To" and "Footed").
If I am stuck with using only the single-key accelerators, I would at least prefer to be able to move the first choice on my cycling through drawing tools to be the rectangle and the second choice to the line. I don't see this as an option. I also don't know if there is an option to delete the amount of drawing tools I cycle through so that only the rectangle, line, arrow, and text callout tools are available to cycle through. I don't need the octagon, cloud, or connected lines tools at all.
Please help me with these and allow this functionality so I can be more efficient when editing PDFs. A ton of my work is slowed down by having to manually click through the tools each time I need to use a different tool.