So this is a little odd, but since the most recent update I find the arrow keys no longer step backward or forward in the timeline panel (shift left and right aren't working either). If I click into the Program monitor, then the the arrow keys move the play head, but not if I click in the timeline. Holding K and pressing L or J does still move one frame in the timeline though.
I've checked in the shortcuts panel to see if anything has changed, but step back/forward are still listed under left and right arrows, and there isn't anything that should be overriding them. I also tried clearing the shortcuts in a custom shortcut layout, then adding the command again,and the same thing happened.
Has this happened to anyone else? Any ideas about fixing it?
I'm using Windows 10 on a PCI can use the arrows just fine in the Source monitorthe problem solves temporarily when re-launching the software, but at some point the keys will stop working again --Edit--This happens to me while editing multi-camera clips, and when the arrow keys stop working i toggle the multi-cam view (Shift+0) and it resolves.Haven't reproduced it yet, but it might be the thing
Audio Time Units under the hamburger menu in the sequence tab was checked for me (you coudl see the time code under the picture monitor wasnt in frames but in milliseconds) turn that off it worked for me.