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  • Tue, May 31 2011 5:47 PM

    • cj67
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    MC5 User settings

    Upgraded recently to MC5 (PC) and had to reinstall my settings. Everything resent except for the "Scaling" for the timeline. I used to just "Command patlette to Keyboard buttone" but I'm not finding the comand.

    As I recall, you could use the "Zoom In/Out" commands but it doesnt work with this new version. Zoom In/Out

    effects only the Monitor.

  • Tue, May 31 2011 5:55 PM In reply to

    Re: MC5 User settings

    You need Menu to button.

    Open the Hamburger Menu at timeline and find More Detail or Less.


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  • Tue, May 31 2011 6:50 PM In reply to

    Re: MC5 User settings

    cj67:

    As I recall, you could use the "Zoom In/Out" commands but it doesnt work with this new version. Zoom In/Out

    effects only the Monitor.

    That's not necessarily 100% true.  It will affect the monitor if you are active on the Monitor when you hit it.  and that command is CTRL+L (larger) CTRL+K (smaller)

    Zoom In/Out can be done a number of ways on the Timeline.  You can use "Focus", or CTRL+M/J + lasso the section, or CTRL+[/] for More/Less Detail.  

    Sverkalo has it right though, use the Menu to Button command

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