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  • the cursor to return to its last position?

    How do I get the cursor to return to its last position?
    With Storm, Rex & Let's Edit, It was the Backspace key.

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    Welcome to one of the longest-winded discussion on the forums. The Timeline jump is one of those little nuisances that doesn't seem to go away.

    I usually press A or S to re-focus the timeline, sometimes I zoom out then back in.

    :~/\ (I think this was the first feature request posted)
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    • #3
      If I didn't mix up this with something else, I press spacebar twice for re-focusing timeline.

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