Premiere Pro 22 Timelines keep stacking when I don't want them to

New Here ,
Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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I updated to Premiere Pro 22 and there's an issue. About 20% of the time, when I grab my playhead to move it to a point on the timeline, I just barely miss the pixel of the playhead and it then grabs the window behind it and stacks the timelines. I then have to stop my momentum and unstack the timelines so I can figure out what I'm doing again. 

Is there a way to disable drag-and-drop timeline stacking?

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My WACOM tablet appears to be the issue. It doesn't always register just a click when I switch between timelines and goes into drag-mode. I'd still like to turn the feature off if possible. 

 

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Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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As that's a major feature of Premiere ... the flexibility of the UI for user setup ... no, you can't turn that off.

 

Stacked or "pancake" editing is amazingly fast for say grabbing clips from stringout sequences to working sequences & such.

 

And ... I use a Wacom, and haven't actually ever done this. Fascinating how we all work so differently!

 

Neil

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