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    4 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Essential Graphics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Chris Downs commented  · 

    I'm not sure if this is what Clint and Dacia are getting at, but what I need is a way to have a *mix* of text formatting within one line (layer) of text in a MOGRT. So for example, in the sentence "Select the Filter Email dropdown" I might want to have the words "Filter Email" be SemiBold and blue text, but want all the other words be regular weight and black text. So far as I've seen I can only select one style per text layer, so all the words have to have the same style. In effect there'd have to be a lot more text formatting controls in the Edit tab of the Essential Graphics panel, which may not be feasible.

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    Chris Downs commented  · 

    It is back indeed! Thanks Adobe! Just finished a video with a lot of masking and it helped immensely.

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    Chris Downs commented  · 

    Surprised there aren't more votes on this. If you're trying to adjust a mask on a screen-capture video, or move some other object, 1-pixel accuracy is very important! Very frustrating to be trying to make a precise adjustment, only to be suddenly moved away from your edit point on the timeline.

    After Effects still lets you move mask handles and other objects with the arrow keys, so sometimes I have to do more precise edits in that app.

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