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I can't see multilpe Sequence names

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While in the Assembly Workspace, I can see the names of all Sequences I have created at the top of the Timeline Panel. But in the Editing Workspace, I'm seeing only one Sequence Name at a time. I want to see all Sequences I have created at the top of the Timeline Panel in all Workspaces. How to do that?Screenshot 2020-10-04 154241.png

 

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While you have the Editing workspace up, go to the bin and select another sequence, right-click 'open in timeline' and it will add that seqeunce to the ones currently open in the timeline panel. I typically have a bunch of sequences showing.

 

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I can't see multilpe Sequence names

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While in the Assembly Workspace, I can see the names of all Sequences I have created at the top of the Timeline Panel. But in the Editing Workspace, I'm seeing only one Sequence Name at a time. I want to see all Sequences I have created at the top of the Timeline Panel in all Workspaces. How to do that?Screenshot 2020-10-04 154241.png

 

Screenshot 2020-10-04 154317.png

 

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

While you have the Editing workspace up, go to the bin and select another sequence, right-click 'open in timeline' and it will add that seqeunce to the ones currently open in the timeline panel. I typically have a bunch of sequences showing.

 

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If you want to see all sequences in all workspaces you need to open all sequence in all workspaces first.

Then the workspace will remember which sequences it has to show.

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I actually want all my Sequences to be shown by their name at the top of the Timeline Panel.

I have already done what you told above, it remembers and shows the required Sequence.

But my problem is that if I have to switch to another Sequence I have to go back to the Assembly Workspace to switch to the required Sequence and then go to the Editing Workspace again to further work on it.Screenshot 2020-10-04 220528.png

 

Is there anyway to switch to another Sequence from the Editing Workspace itself?

 

I'm attaching another picture to show what I want or what I'm actually talking about.

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While you have the Editing workspace up, go to the bin and select another sequence, right-click 'open in timeline' and it will add that seqeunce to the ones currently open in the timeline panel. I typically have a bunch of sequences showing.

 

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Thanks Niel!

It worked. A last hing I want to ask is that the process you told, is it some standard procedure that I have to manually do?

Shouldn't Premiere be doing it for me by itself directly instead of me pointing out Premiere to do that?

Just asking 🙂

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No, you need to open the sequence manually. Premiere tends to remember what you had open in which workspace. Not always however. And the order they're in may change also.

 

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