Fred Lindgren

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    Fred Lindgren commented  · 

    Dude, yes. This. It just occurred to me today that navigating the timeline is the most frustrating things getting in the way of what I want to do. I thought by getting a giant monitor to give it a ton of window space, that I would magically not need to zoom and pan and scroll around the timeline as much, but dang was I wrong...

    I noticed that I always had this weird habit of holding the spacebar down when trying to adjust things in the timeline and therefor end up popping all over the place, and I had this epiphany that I keep doing that simply because I'm used to being able to smoothly navigate photoshop that way!

    I wish I had the ability to just hold Z + m1 and just drag left and right to zoom back and forth, and hold space bar to swipe the canvas. That's what's missing from my timeline experience. How can I get that sort of experience?

    I was thinking maybe like a ball mouse for my keyboard hand would be a potential solution, but how do we bring that sort of navigation to the average user?

    I feel like it's a big missed opportunity efficiency wise, so that I can stay focused on the edit.

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