Old 11-04-2017, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default Constantly Losing/Changing Focus

I don't know how to capture this in a LICAP sequence. But here is what happens.

(1) In the sequencer, I am comping clips.
(2) I use <alt><scroll wheel> in order to move back and forth, horizontally
(3) I use <scroll wheel> in order to expand or shrink the timeline
(4) I use <ctrl><scroll wheel> in order to expand or shrink track lanes vertically
(5) I use <left mouse button> in order to select a clip

Without explicitly clicking on any other window, or screen, or anywhere other than the tracks I'm working on,

(6) I select a clip, and the play cursor positions itself at the point of my mouse cursor (snapping to grid aside), as expected.
(7) I press the "S" key in order to make a cut in that clip at the play cursor, as expected.
(8) I press <alt><scroll wheel> in order to move horizontally, which works as expected.
(9) I release the <alt> key, and now, my scroll wheel no longer interacts with the content.

The only way to restore focus is to click on an item, in the pane with the track panels, on the window header, or somewhere else.

This is a MAJOR pain in the roast when I have dozens of tracks I need to comp.

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Old 11-04-2017, 10:29 PM   #2
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Try this option, seems to do the trick here,
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Old 11-05-2017, 05:18 AM   #3
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Try this option, seems to do the trick here,
Thank you, Edgemeal, that works here as well.

My bad for posting in the bug forum.
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