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The black alignment line with a black triangle is turned off - how do I turn it back on?

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Sep 23, 2018

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Most of the time when I go to insert a video between to other videos a black line with a black little triangle lets me know when I have the insert video lined up exactly to go between the two but many times over the years that gets turned off and I have to guess if it is lined up exactly.  How to I turn it back on to show.  Please help

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YES!!!! It works. Perfect!  Thank you.  Thank you. THANK YOU.

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The black alignment line with a black triangle is turned off - how do I turn it back on?

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Most of the time when I go to insert a video between to other videos a black line with a black little triangle lets me know when I have the insert video lined up exactly to go between the two but many times over the years that gets turned off and I have to guess if it is lined up exactly.  How to I turn it back on to show.  Please help

THANK FOR THE ANSWER..

YES!!!! It works. Perfect!  Thank you.  Thank you. THANK YOU.

From: nidhibhushan_23 <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

To: Larry Trice <lwtrice@yahoo.com>

Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2018 11:45 PM

Subject: The black alignment line with a black triangle is turned off - how do I turn it back on?

The black alignment line with a black triangle is turned off - how do I turn it back on?

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Hello,

You can turn on that feature by right clicking in blank area of your timeline and choosing 'Snap'. This should make things work. Find the below image for your help:

Screenshot 2018-09-24 at 12.09.50 PM.png

Thanks,

Nidhi Bhushan

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YES!!!! It works. Perfect!  Thank you.  Thank you. THANK YOU.

From: nidhibhushan_23 <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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The black alignment line with a black triangle is turned off - how do I turn it back on?

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Glad to help. Please mark this post as Answered.

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