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Arrow Keys Doesn't Accept Custom Key Commands

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Mar 01, 2023 Mar 01, 2023

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Issue:

After setting up custom key commands for the program monitor (moving of selected object) I noticed the default behaviour is still not changed.

 

OS and Premiere Version:

Tested on Win 10 22H2 and MacOS Monterey 12.4

Premiere Pro 23.2 - German language (both)

 

Steps to reproduce:

First, I deleted the default keyboard configuration (for example: Left Arrow key has no function)

Then I selected Shift+Left Arrow to be "Program Monitor: Move selected object one step left" (maybe it's called a little differently - I use Premiere in German language).

I double click the clip in the program monitor, is is selected (bounding box and anchor point visible).

I press Shift+Left Arrow.

 

Expected Result:

Clip moves one step/pixel to the left (custom key command)

 

Actual Result:

Clip moves 10 steps/pixels to the left (default key command)

 

The same happens with any other arrow key related command (arrow key only for example moves one pixel to the left despite having no set command in my key commands)

 

This would be my settings for the program monitor but after I selected a clip, it behaves like discribed (left/right for nudging, not for step forward/backward)

<context.program.monitor Version="1">
			<itemcount>6</itemcount>
			<item.3 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>44</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>true</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.nudge.up.one</commandname>
			</item.3>
			<item.4 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>42</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>false</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.step.backward</commandname>
			</item.4>
			<item.2 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>43</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>true</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.nudge.right.one</commandname>
			</item.2>
			<item.5 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>43</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>false</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.step.forward</commandname>
			</item.5>
			<item.1 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>42</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>true</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.nudge.left.one</commandname>
			</item.1>
			<item.0 Version="1">
				<virtualkey>45</virtualkey>
				<modifier.ctrl>false</modifier.ctrl>
				<modifier.alt>false</modifier.alt>
				<modifier.shift>true</modifier.shift>
				<commandname>cmd.monitor.nudge.down.one</commandname>
			</item.0>
		</context.program.monitor>

 

Bug Unresolved
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