(I know this wont benefit long-time Linux users, but for new Linux users like me, coming from Windows, I would appreciate if such a guide was created. so here it is :))
OK, I've found the solution!
Xbindkeys is a nice program, given that you can try your newly made shortcut and it'll give you a reply from the terminal, but in my case it would not work any time but when I would push the run command button. I've heard its because
gnome-shortcuts has higher priority.
This may be because my particular type of Ubuntu is Zorin.
But, regardless, after you have tried you shortcut and are ready to use it, open system setting, keyboard, shortcuts, new shortcut and just paste the path into the command box, setup button configuration, done!
and remember, any spaces in your path name must be preceded by a
since you are using wine to run the program, put
wine before everything, like this;
wine /home/yourrealusername/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Adobe/Adobe\ Photoshop\ CS2/Photoshop.exe
I have it set so this will open when I press Ctrl+., and you must logout and login after doing this (or reset any way doesn't matter). Then it should be smooth sailing!