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Key commands not working in Source Monitor

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Nov 05, 2020

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Hi there. I'm currently having an issue with my source monitor where they key commands, such as 'play' and 'mark in/out' are not registering. They work everywhere else, such as on the timeline, but for some reason aren't working here. I can still use the mouse to click these commands instead however this is a bit of pain, especially after using the keys for so long! Does anyone have any idea why this is happening and how it could be fixed? 

 

I have already restarted Premiere a number of times and restarted my laptop. So far no success.

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Key commands not working in Source Monitor

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Hi there. I'm currently having an issue with my source monitor where they key commands, such as 'play' and 'mark in/out' are not registering. They work everywhere else, such as on the timeline, but for some reason aren't working here. I can still use the mouse to click these commands instead however this is a bit of pain, especially after using the keys for so long! Does anyone have any idea why this is happening and how it could be fixed? 

 

I have already restarted Premiere a number of times and restarted my laptop. So far no success.

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Nov 08, 2020

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I, too, am having this issue. Maybe it was caused from the most recent update...

 

Hoping this gets resolved soon!

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Check this link.

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This certainly appears to be the problem. I normally work across two monitors with the source monitor on the secondary monitor. When I unplug this and switch to a one screen layout it starts working as normal. 

 

Hopefully a fix can be found for this glitch soon.

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Having just looked at this again I plugged in my second monitor again and selected 'Reset to Saved Layout' for my workspace. This seems to have solved the problem. 

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