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  • Wed, Oct 2 2013 2:49 PM

    • Travis
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    Alternative to Opt + Drag for duplicating in a bin

    I'm using LogMeIn to access Avid remotely. For some reason the app doesn't recognize Option Dragging to duplicate a clip into another bin. Is there any other method for doing this? It doesn't let you copy and paste. And Command D changes the name. Would love to be able to do this. Thanks. 

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  • Wed, Oct 2 2013 3:30 PM In reply to

    • Susi
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    Re: Alternative to Opt + Drag for duplicating in a bin

    Never used LogMeIn, but try command-c to copy and then command-v to paste

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  • Wed, Oct 2 2013 4:48 PM In reply to

    • Travis
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    Re: Alternative to Opt + Drag for duplicating in a bin

    I thought that would work too, but it doesn't

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