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    Anonymous commented  · 

    It's a good idea with terrible implementation. Shocker. How to fix:

    - make it optional
    - make it off by default
    - match sequences by color (could be just the tabs or the whole window, make it subtle)
    - group sequences by project, not order of opening (perhaps a user setting)
    - allow 'solo project' -- hides or fades all projects not solo'd (perhaps like AE's shy layers?)
    - allow 'close all projects except this one' (or something like that)
    - clicking on a sequence tab switches project window to matching color

    I would definitely use multiple projects if it were like this. As is, it creates confusion. It disrupts -- rather than enhances -- workflow.

    Come on, Adobe. You're so close with this one. Get back out there and step on the plate.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    100%. Multiple timelines from multiple projects isn't a bad idea but it's badly implemented. It's very easy to lose track of which sequence tab/panel goes with which project tab/panel. It's an unnecessary, frustrating time-waster.

    Color coding (not just the tab but the whole panel) would greatly alleviate that confusion. Should be automatic or as simple as changing layer colors in photoshop.

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