Joost wrote:It would be very handy if you could move your timeline when you have selected some frames, without deselecting the frames.
Joost wrote:Now it deselects the frames automatically, so you are not able to check if the selected frames are the right ones.
(and something else: maybe shift-select extra frames if?)
Joost wrote:Another thing: sometimes when I have two frames and I want to move the right frame with the transform tool (or sometimes it also happens with other tools), the light table doesn't update immediately (so I don't see what's in the left frame, but I still see the image from the frame left to the left frame). then I first have to move a frame to the left and then to the right or switch my light table on and off to see the changes in the light table.
Joost wrote:And the last request, but I'm not sure everybody will agree with this: When I move the layer I'm working in, the timeline cursor moves. I don't like that. Could it maybe be an option to keep the timeline cursor on the same spot while moving the layer I'm working in? Or is it already an option?
when I have two frames
If you change something in the right part of an exposure, the instance must be broken first before the lighttable could detect the instance's head as a frame being different from the actual frame. Usually I switch to brush and tip in the frame with the eraser, then go back to transform.
-I would like to have the possibility to zoom in further into the timeline. Now I can't really see what I drew in each frames.
I don't see much sense in that because you can easily click there and see the frame full screen. The new marker features (v10) also should help.
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