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    Elijah commented  · 

    I have this on projects occasionally. The most common/repeatedly offending timelines have multicam sequences nested, but I've had it happen unrelated to multicam a couple times. Most of the time, clicking mute and/or solo on each track twice will get it to return to its indicated state.

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