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    Hi
    Can you tell me how to get the cursor to go to the edit point on the timeline once I've deleted a scene instead of staying where it is?
    I'm in "normal" mode .
    Thanks
    Eurof

  • #2
    how are you deleting the scene? Alt+N? Alt+M? Alt+Delete?

    what do you have ticked in user settings, preview, playback? in my case, all 5 items are ticked
    Anton Strauss
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    • #3
      I'd suggest you familiarize yourself with the "A" and "S" keyboard commands to place the Cursor in your anticipated location.
      With a few (painful) hours of practice I can manage the new shortcuts.
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