Toggle Switches / Modes

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How to get Toggle Switches / Modes here? 

 

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Community Expert , Aug 21, 2022 Aug 21, 2022

You have both the Switches and Modes columns turned on in the bottom left corner of the timeline. Turn one of them off. Their switches are the first two icons in the bottom left corner. One looks like three little squares stacked on top of each other. That is the Switches Column. Hover over it, and you'll see Expand or Collapse the Layer Switches Pane. Hover over the one with the circle and the square, and you will see Expand or Collapse the Transfer Pane. The Transfer Pane is the same as the Mo

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Aug 21, 2022 Aug 21, 2022

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I don't understand.  You have an arrow pointing at a spot as if there supposed to be something there.

The toggle switches for layer panel columns are over to the left of where you arrow is pointing.

To the left of where it says "frame render time".

You can add or hide additional columns by right clicking up at the top of the layer panel and navigating the "columns" fly out menu

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It comes in a downloaded tutorial file.

 

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Also it comes when I close my file. Video is attached.

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You have to create a new composition before you see a timeline and the timeline columns. Your video shows closing a project but not creating a new composition in the empty project.

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Thanks

How to get Toggle Switches / Modes here? Video is attached. 

 

 

 

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You have both the Switches and Modes columns turned on in the bottom left corner of the timeline. Turn one of them off. Their switches are the first two icons in the bottom left corner. One looks like three little squares stacked on top of each other. That is the Switches Column. Hover over it, and you'll see Expand or Collapse the Layer Switches Pane. Hover over the one with the circle and the square, and you will see Expand or Collapse the Transfer Pane. The Transfer Pane is the same as the Modes pane. Blending modes are also called transfer modes. I don't know why Adobe uses both names. If you have both panes open, there is no need to switch between them. You have a wide enough display that your workflow would probably be more efficient if you left both open. 

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Aug 21, 2022 Aug 21, 2022

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Thanks for the explanation.

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Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

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There used to be a way to have a button at the bottom of the column, right where MahaB82A's arrow is pointing, that let you switch between the two panels with one click rather than having to open and close them, or without having to have them both open and taking up so much space.  Has that feature disappeared?  I've missed it, but maybe there's a way to get it back.  Do you happen to know?  Thank you!

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Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

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There is no switch if you have both the switches and modes columns open. Select one of the first two icons in the bottom left corner of the timeline, and the switch will appear below the displayed column. When you click on the switch, the selected icon will change. F4 also switches between the two columns if you only have one available. 

 

The first screenshot has both columns visible. It's a little confusing because the Parent/Link column has been moved to the right of the Layer Name column. It is positioned after the Switches and Modes column by default.  

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Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

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Oh yes, I see it now! Duh!  I guess it was, like you said, that the columns are by default sorted differently that they used to be.  I'm not sure how I missed it now!  Thank you, Rick! 🙂

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