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There's a thin blue line on my program preview window. I don't know how to get rid of it

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Mar 23, 2023 Mar 23, 2023

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I was working in Premiere Pro (PP) the other day when my program froze and then it restarted my laptop.

 

When I opened up PP there was a thin blue line across my program preview screen.


I'm not sure of the issue, or why it showed up. It's not on any other screens, even the source preview area doesn't have it, it's just the program window.

Any ideas as to what it could be/ways to solve it?


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Crash , Editing , Error or problem , Hardware or GPU , How to , Performance , User interface or workspaces

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Community Expert , Mar 23, 2023 Mar 23, 2023

It looks like a Guide Line, which you drag out from the ruler which you have exposed. You control that using the Wrench icon on the program monitor, turn on/off guides or clear them.

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Adobe Employee , Mar 23, 2023 Mar 23, 2023

Hi  ClicknCaptureMedia,
You can disable View > Show Guides, which also disables guides.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Community Expert , Mar 24, 2023 Mar 24, 2023

You can simply drag this guideline off-screen by hoovering over it with the mouse and then getting rid of it.

 

Guidelines are intended to help you position elements (like texts) on the clip(s).

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It looks like a Guide Line, which you drag out from the ruler which you have exposed. You control that using the Wrench icon on the program monitor, turn on/off guides or clear them.

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Hi  ClicknCaptureMedia,
You can disable View > Show Guides, which also disables guides.

Thanks,
Kevin

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You can simply drag this guideline off-screen by hoovering over it with the mouse and then getting rid of it.

 

Guidelines are intended to help you position elements (like texts) on the clip(s).

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