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- Aug 9 2013, 11:52 AM (494 w, 6 h)
Jan 29 2022
Wow it's been so long (: I will try recent build sometime this week and see if I can isolate
Oct 9 2021
Wonder if this might be related to https://developer.blender.org/T90855 ?
Sep 24 2021
Figured this would have been reported already... until it is fixed, the function should probably come with a warning about the way in which it is broken, instead of just leaving users to puzzle over why an (already known) problem is occurring :/
Sep 22 2021
Sep 14 2021
I've noticed that at some zooms, the handle select region is extremely wide... is this worth adding as a potential refinement? Seems there's a minimum frame length being used to capture selection (looks to be around 8 frames from the gif)
Sep 13 2021
Sep 10 2021
@Peter Fog (tintwotin) Okay seems you've got pretty full functionality going already, nice :)
Thanks for initiating this @Peter Fog (tintwotin) ... these legacy problems do creep in over time and can be hard to pinpoint and notice - nice to finally have fingers on it!
Sep 9 2021
Sep 8 2021
Note: Menu description would be have to be changed from "active strip" to "selected strip" if this is corrected.
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Aug 24 2021
Thanks Philipp, and yeah sorry, this is probably the first report of mine that I consider obviously not a bug - guess I got a bit carried away 😅 Having said that, I think it's a great idea, so if it doesn't go ahead here I will put on right-click select (unless you can suggest a better place?).
Aug 23 2021
Okay I think I've had a small epiphany in my head as to what's actually happening when you drag any SELECTED/HIGHLIGHTED region of a strip: It's literally just a shortcut for [g]rab, using mouse release instead of click to confirm. I mean it's obvious I guess, but I've never really thought about it too closely.
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Aug 11 2021
Legend!! Thanks so much, super quick :)
Thanks Philipp, appreciate the effort! Hopefully there's not a big technical bottleneck...
Though I didn't show it in the attached example (I should have), when you have more than one showing in the graph editor it does get very confusing (and there are situations where you want multiple selections). Those particular keyframes become very difficult to work with in that case.