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The Expert view timeline zooms unexpectedly. Confused with Steps

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Sep 12, 2017

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Hello,

I am having issues with the timeline. When I click and drag clips it zooms in and is basically worthless because I can't see where I am putting the clip. I believe my exact problem is this:

Expert view timeline zooms in when dragging clips | MacBook Pro, retina display

However I find the last couple of steps confusing. Which file am I replacing, the one in the frameworks folder? Also what contents exactly am I replacing? And is the "ZIP File I extracted earlier" The one I downloaded?

EDIT: I just replaced the files and now my Premiere Element won't even open. I just lost tons of work if I can't fix this.

Thank you!

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The Expert view timeline zooms unexpectedly. Confused with Steps

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Hello,

I am having issues with the timeline. When I click and drag clips it zooms in and is basically worthless because I can't see where I am putting the clip. I believe my exact problem is this:

Expert view timeline zooms in when dragging clips | MacBook Pro, retina display

However I find the last couple of steps confusing. Which file am I replacing, the one in the frameworks folder? Also what contents exactly am I replacing? And is the "ZIP File I extracted earlier" The one I downloaded?

EDIT: I just replaced the files and now my Premiere Element won't even open. I just lost tons of work if I can't fix this.

Thank you!

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You don't say which version of the program you're using on what operating system.

This has been an occasional issue on Macs, though it's much less of an issue in newer versions of the program. OS Sierra, on the other hand, has introduced a whole bunch of new issues.

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Sorry! I am using the OS Sierra. I am using Elements '10. Maybe it is time I upgrade.

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brianl41697858  wrote

Maybe it is time I upgrade.

Historically, Adobe has released new versions in September or October.

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Well the other day I was looking and Premiere Elements '15 was 50% off. I woke up the next day getting ready to order it and it was back to full price. At that price I think I am going to wait for the new one to come out if there is one on it's way.

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