Importing sequence into another gives me clips instead of the nested sequence

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Howdy, I'm using Premiere 14.6 and when I import a sequence, I am getting the clips and not the nested sequence. Is there a setting I'm missing? I tried using all the modifier buttons on the keyboard to no avaial. It's a small thing, but a big thing as well. HELP! Video of what I'm seeing is attached. 

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There's an icon that looks like a sequence icon, it's on the top of the timeline panel contol header block. Those icons are blue (active) or gray (inactive). Click it ... and now when you bring a sequence onto that sequence, it will come in as a nest.

 

Because sometimes you want another sequence as a nest, and sometimes ... you don't.

 

Neil

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Importing sequence into another gives me clips instead of the nested sequence

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Howdy, I'm using Premiere 14.6 and when I import a sequence, I am getting the clips and not the nested sequence. Is there a setting I'm missing? I tried using all the modifier buttons on the keyboard to no avaial. It's a small thing, but a big thing as well. HELP! Video of what I'm seeing is attached. 

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

There's an icon that looks like a sequence icon, it's on the top of the timeline panel contol header block. Those icons are blue (active) or gray (inactive). Click it ... and now when you bring a sequence onto that sequence, it will come in as a nest.

 

Because sometimes you want another sequence as a nest, and sometimes ... you don't.

 

Neil

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There's an icon that looks like a sequence icon, it's on the top of the timeline panel contol header block. Those icons are blue (active) or gray (inactive). Click it ... and now when you bring a sequence onto that sequence, it will come in as a nest.

 

Because sometimes you want another sequence as a nest, and sometimes ... you don't.

 

Neil

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YES!!!!! Oh my goodness!!!! That fixed it! You Are my Hero! It was so frustrating. I totally understand the scenarios where it is beneficial, but I was loosing my mind. Thank you so much!

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