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  1. Deleting works fine. It's when I make a clip bigger by dragging one edge that only the clips in that track ripple forward. All the other tracks stay stationary.
  2. I just upgraded to the most recent version and noticed resizing a clip only ripples the track that clip is on, is there a way to ripple all tracks in the sequence? It sort of feels like a glitch to be honest.
  3. On the previous version I had installed (4.21), pressing space bar would only start playback in the "sequence preview," not whatever audio or video clip I had selected in the "clip preview" section. It initially annoyed me but I grew to realize how valuable it was. Having to click back to sequence preview or click on the scrubbing bar is an irritating extra step slowing me down. I thought it was the entire purpose of making the play button for the clip preview "ctrl-space." Is there a setting to change it back that I'm missing? I can get used it, but I'm also noticing that it's created another problem. Sometimes playback gets frozen "on" and can't be paused for a few seconds when the sequence preview starts playing. Never had the issue prior to this update. And it's not a hardware issue. The only reason I have the update is because I installed it on a brand new super fast PC.
  4. I have a 3-5 second delay when I click play just in the sequence editing window. It used to play instantly. It started after I canceled the "loading cache" upon start up once. I'm wondering if that's why. Should I clear the cache and start over? I've never had this problem before. It really slows me down. Any suggestions?
  5. Wow, you answered the same day! Thanks, totally forgot to check back here, apparently I must not have email notifications set up. I should have specified I was talking about audio fade ins and fade outs. Any way to do multiple audio clips at once?
  6. I looked through the forum and couldn't find this anywhere, but it seems like it should be a simple thing. I have a bunch of clips and I want every one of them to have a .1 fade in and a .1 fade out. Instead of going through the 2 step process of clicking and selecting fade for each clip is there a way to do it for multiple clips at once?
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