Please prevent the new captions (text) window from scrolling back to the top every single time I'm done with each new caption.
Please provide an option for it to not automatically refresh back to the top.
Seth Foss commented
Yeah, mine was broken in 15.0, looks fixed in 15.1.
Nathan McFadden commented
Yes, fixed here, too.
Stanley Jones commented
This appears to be fixed in the 15.1 release. Is anyone seeing this problem in 15.1?
Gustav Larsson commented
Yes! I see no reason why this is a feature in the first place. I´m texting a 2 hour project and for every new panel I have to scrub the timeline to get back to where I'm working and with the interesting lag (even when I'm working with proxys) this "feature" is adding HOURS OF WORK.
Chloe Wallis commented
At the moment when selecting a different panel in Premiere Pro, the Text panel resets / scrolls back up to the very first caption. It would be great to have an option where Premiere freezes the panel at the last caption the user is working on as this is frustrating when jumping between the Timeline and Text panels.
ヴァネッサ カチェフスキ commented
(I posted this in the normal forum, but the only reply was to post this here)
Is there a way to fix that the new captions window automatically scrolls up to the top every single time I click somewhere else?
If I want to add a new caption, even when I click on the plus icon it doesn't jump down to show the new caption. So I have to scroll down again to see the text box & and to make any changes.
Scrolling the window for every single caption is a huge interruption in the workflow.
Similar to when I double click on a caption inside the timeline panel, it doesn't jump to that one inside the captions window. I have to scroll and search for that particular highlighted one; that's very time consuming in a big project!
I'm also disappointed that we cannot change the time code of a caption anymore inside the captions window, only within the timeline panel. Why take away that option?