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That is correct. Changing pressure only causes an equilibrium shift when the change in pressure comes from a change in volume, since this also leads to a change in concentration for the reactants and products. Changing pressure through the addition of an inert gas which doesn't affect concentrations of reactants or products will not cause a shift in equilibrium.
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