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Logic behind Timeline Zoom Shortcuts

Community Beginner ,
Sep 09, 2021 Sep 09, 2021

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Hello to you all,

 

I've a question to following shortcuts "Application-Sequence-Zoom" (A), "Application-Zoom to Frame" (B) and "Application-Zoom to Sequence" (C).

When I use (B) and (C) in whichever panel, it always zoomes in the timeline panel but (A) zoomes the timeline of the selected panel. Is there a way or another shortcut for (A) that has the same bahaviour as (B) and (C)?

Like this: The Source Monior is selected and want to zoom into the timeline panel and not the timeline of the source monitor (directly under the monitor).

I often use the "Toggle Source and Record Monitor" shortcut and it would be helpful being able to zoom in and out without highlighting the timeline panel first (like with (B) and (C))

 

Is there any way to do this?

Thanks 🙂

 

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