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Is there a way to disable "comparasion view" which turns on automatically?

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Nov 05, 2022 Nov 05, 2022

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While I am changing the duration of something above video clips in my timeline I can see this on my screen: 

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It's really laggy, and I don't need to see that screen. When I'm doing it in a place where I don't have any video clips it's fast and smooth. 

Here is the recording of that problem: https://youtu.be/NBz7V45aPWA

 

It happens on a lot of different high-end PC, MacBook pro M1 Max, etc.

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