I have been using Photoshop a lot to create animations recently and more than half of my time is used to manipulate the timeline instead of drawing...
Goal to acheive: I want to paste an image (a layer) to a specific position in the the timeline but it is impossible! Every time I copy and paste an image it goes back to the begeining of the animation. Than I have to move the image to the specific position manually... It takes a lot of time to do that.
It would make my workflow 100% faster if I could paste where I position the ready "head" Please look at the attached video.
I've asked engineering to take a look. If I do select-all and copy (copies the pixels of the current layer), then paste works correctly. It creates a new layer and doesn't shift all the clips on the track. However, if I just select a layer in the Layers panel, copy, and paste, then the bug occurs. Drag-duplicating a layer also works.