[Cin] Just checked into GIT a couple of things

Sam cinelerra at posteo.de
Sat Dec 29 10:57:33 CET 2018

Am 28.12.18 um 22:10 schrieb Sam:
> Am 28.12.18 um 21:48 schrieb Phyllis Smith:
>> I tested the above in my last 23.12 version and just to be clear, it 
>> worked the same /with or without /"Clears before toggle" checked; 
>> that is, it never clears after the move.
> That's the desired behavior.
>> It does not know to clear the one you just moved when you click 
>> another one.  GG has reverted to that behavior. Is that what you expect?
> My point is that after moving a marked clip/group, the red frame 
> doesn't always disappear. Because when you adjust a clip or group in 
> the timeline, it doesn't always find the right position right away. 
> Consequently, you have to move the same clip/group a few times until 
> it fits, but every time you move it, the red frame disappears. I have 
> to click the clip/group again to be able to move it. But exactly this 
> causes too many clicks which would be unnecessary. As long as I don't 
> click on another clip/group in "Clear before toggle" mode, the red 
> frame should remain, even after a move action.
> As soon as I click on another clip without CTRL (with "Clear before 
> toggle" active), the red frame disappears from the old clip/group and 
> is visible on the new clip/group.
>> I will add this as a feature request -- he might be able to do that, 
>> but not sure yet. gg/Phyllis
> Thx, good idea.

Thanks for the correction, everything is fine.

My big praise to you for the new feature with copying the effects and 
moving the clips including the effects with keyframes, also for the new 
copy & paste behavior. Working in the timeline has become so easy. I am 
excited! December is already a record month for great features!  Thanks 
a lot!


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