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Unprecise positioning of Title elements ?

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Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021

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Has anybody else out there experienced that elements (images, shapes, texts) that you had perfectly positioned fail to reappear at this precise position after e.g. closing and reentering the title ? Could that be my fault ? Is there a safe way, without exact coordinates being accessible ? Thanx for any idea.

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Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021

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I have not had that experience but keep my titles relatively simple.  Could you post some screen shots and describe your workflow?

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Thanx for your help. A kind of intro is composed of an uneven grid of lines
(sorry, no screenshots for now). These lines are animated to appear (simple
motion effect), so they have to be in separate titles (as animation of
objects inside titles is only possible in Premiere pro, not in Elements).
The resulting mosaic is partially "filled" with clips and still images.
positioning of lines and clips/images must be exact, any variance can not
be overlooked. I deleted any animation to make sure this is not the
problem. But when I edit one title, other objects (outside this title) have
moved...

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