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doggy  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2024 4:15:07 AM(UTC)
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Unless i am missing the trick

Missing a shortcut to jump to the end of a selected event to allow for a quicker fine tuning/resetting of said position with a shuttle and adjust shortcut

While selecting an event automatically jumps to the beginning of the event another shortcut to do that while selected it would be beneficial too

is not so much a problem for 5 second or so events but the longer ones take up a lot of time to adjust the end as one has to grab the mouse and drag it over the end time which is very fiddly,slow and unprecise especially when one has a lot of them (hundreds, no kidding) to adjust on the fly

Thanks for considering

PS
The ability to live create a (timed)event within an allready started event would be nice too , but found a workaround for that (script ofcourse ;-) )
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2024 5:09:13 AM(UTC)
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If you use the ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint shortcut it will jump to the end of the event, so what I use is adding a frame and then taking a frame off.

Function=ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint&Channel=Current&Value=1
Function=ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint&Channel=Current&Value=-1
(Value=0 doesn't do anything)
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doggy on 5/22/2024(UTC), monamiga on 5/27/2024(UTC)
doggy  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2024 5:34:38 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: RichDanby Go to Quoted Post
If you use the ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint shortcut it will jump to the end of the event, so what I use is adding a frame and then taking a frame off.

Function=ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint&Channel=Current&Value=1
Function=ReplayMoveSelectedOutPoint&Channel=Current&Value=-1
(Value=0 doesn't do anything)


Cool, thank you, nice workaround
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