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Pl drops me to bottom of project list to save a subclip, have to navigate back

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Apr 18, 2018

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After saving a Subclip marker to a clip on the timeline Pl moves me the bottom of the list in my Project window, where my subclip get placed.  From there I have to scroll back to the top of the list to find the next clip on the list.

Is there a way to avoid that trip to the bottom of the list every time I save a subclick,  forcing me to climb back every time I do it?  I waste a lot of time trying to find my place on the return trip.

Hi mikecox,

I am guessing that you are in thumbnail view in Project panel. You can avoid this by using the list view in Project panel.

In the list view you can sort the items by name and everytime you add a subclip it will not take you to the bottom.

I hope this will help.

Thanks,

Swati

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Pl drops me to bottom of project list to save a subclip, have to navigate back

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After saving a Subclip marker to a clip on the timeline Pl moves me the bottom of the list in my Project window, where my subclip get placed.  From there I have to scroll back to the top of the list to find the next clip on the list.

Is there a way to avoid that trip to the bottom of the list every time I save a subclick,  forcing me to climb back every time I do it?  I waste a lot of time trying to find my place on the return trip.

Hi mikecox,

I am guessing that you are in thumbnail view in Project panel. You can avoid this by using the list view in Project panel.

In the list view you can sort the items by name and everytime you add a subclip it will not take you to the bottom.

I hope this will help.

Thanks,

Swati

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May 11, 2018

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Hi mikecox,

I am guessing that you are in thumbnail view in Project panel. You can avoid this by using the list view in Project panel.

In the list view you can sort the items by name and everytime you add a subclip it will not take you to the bottom.

I hope this will help.

Thanks,

Swati

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Ok, thanks!  I will use that method from now on.

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