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    STEPHEN ROBERTS commented  · 

    Yeah, I noticed that too. You might want to go to composition > preview and deselect "cache frames when idle." Hope that helps.

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    Hi all,

    Thank you for reporting this issue and for your continuing feedback. The team is aware of this problem and is investigating potential fixes.

    The issue appears to be that After Effects is not being fully "focused" on launch due to dialogs being shown during launch or other applications being focused while After Effects is loading. The workaround is to click the After Effects icon in the macOS Dock if the menus are not working. This fully focuses the app and should allow menus to behave correctly. Please let us know if this doesn't fix the issue for you. Relaunching can also help ( as noted below ) but clicking the After Effects icon in the dock is much more direct.

    Again, we are investigating fixes for this issue to be included in a future version of After Effects. We will update this post when a fix becomes available…

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    STEPHEN ROBERTS commented  · 

    Yes, clicking on the AE icon in the dock restores normal menu behaviour. I closed AE, then opened it again, and it worked properly again without needing to click on the dock icon.

    Not sure if I'll have to do that again, but for now, it is a simple workaround.

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    STEPHEN ROBERTS commented  · 

    Yep, getting nasty lag, like it's 1996.
    Setting the monitor to default scaling worked, but come on. I could really use the UI real estate.

    Mac Trashcan, OS 11.6.4, latest AE, BenQ 321.

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