[Cin] New monthly pkgs and tars available on the website

MatN mnieuw at zap.a2000.nl
Wed Jul 8 11:57:37 CEST 2020

Today I had time to compare this track up/down behaviour with the 2020-05 and
2020-06 statics for Mint. I am not a regular video editor, but to me it looks
that the 2020-05 behaviour is much more logical. The 2020-06 method is not a
move, but a roll, which does not change the order of the tracks, except
bottom and top one. Indeed you can do an actual shift with the mouse, but it
is unconvenient.
I personally don't see a use for this roll function, but if there indeed is
one (experienced users may say) I suggest to give those extra menu points,
while for the actual shift retain the 2020-05 behaviour. on keyboard and


On Wed, 08 Jul 2020 10:00:51 +0200, Igor BEGHETTO wrote:

>Thanks Phyllis for the Ubuntu 16 build.
>I saw in Tracks menu the "Swap tracks Up" and "Swap tracks Down" options 
>and, using RMB (Right Mouse button) over a track, the "Swap Up" and 
>"Swap Down".
>However I always use the shortcuts "Shift+Up" and "Shift+Down" to move 
>one or more track/s up or down, so I will continue to use an old Cin 
>version: 20200531 or/and 20191031 for the Nest to Clip bin issue (see 
>MantisBT #427).
>I repeat myself: I don't see any use on the new behaviour of Track Up 
>and Track Down. More, now you have the Tracks menu and the PopUp menu 
>with two new items added. I sincerely hope that GG restore the old 
>behaviour as it was at 20200531: it was perfect, and the "Move track/s 
>...." names were right, from a point of view of the user.
>Thank you.
>Il 07/07/2020 22:27, Phyllis Smith ha scritto:
>> Here is a Ubuntu 16 build with the Swap Up/Down -- it should work the 
>> same as Move Up/Down did before.  If not, let me know.  Working on 
>> getting it back.
>> https://cinelerra-gg.org/download/testing/cinelerra-5.1-ub16-x86_64-static.txz
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