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Graphic layers locked together, can't edit

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I created layers of graphics using the type and shape tools. I gave them motion using keyframes. I open up the file and I can't see them as seperate elements, they seem to be locked together into one video track. Under the essential graphics tab I can see their motion is saved but I can't click on them as seperate pieces anymore. How do I "unlock" them so I can change the timing of positon, etc. They are now light pink instead of the fuscisa that they used to be. I was using nesting to combine several graphic video tracks so I'm not sure if that has something to do with this.

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Graphic layers locked together, can't edit

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I created layers of graphics using the type and shape tools. I gave them motion using keyframes. I open up the file and I can't see them as seperate elements, they seem to be locked together into one video track. Under the essential graphics tab I can see their motion is saved but I can't click on them as seperate pieces anymore. How do I "unlock" them so I can change the timing of positon, etc. They are now light pink instead of the fuscisa that they used to be. I was using nesting to combine several graphic video tracks so I'm not sure if that has something to do with this.

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Did you highlight the graphic in the timeline, then look on the EDIT tab of essential graphics and see the list of layers you have? Also, look over at the Effects Controls panel and see some options there while you do the above.

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