Oliver Siegel

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    Oliver Siegel commented  · 

    I agree, this is often a problem. Keyframe at the end of the clip, and you can't see your effect changes, plus the keyframe doesn't really show because it's cut off sometimes... It can be quite weird...

    Perhaps a good way to implement this would be to actually make that last frame greyed out / not select-able (kind of like when you have a sequence in your timeline, that's longer than the contents of that sequence)

    So rather than to *show* the last frame as suggested by the OP it might be best to make the last frame not selectable, since showing the last frame isn't in line with the usual behavior.

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    Oliver Siegel commented  · 

    The reason it's wasting time of course is because I always have to move my cursor all the way back over to the timeline panel and click on the clip again. Which is the exact action that I just performed a second ago, before I clicked on the effect controls panel.

    Twice the action, twice the mouse cursor path... and this is pretty much the main thing I do with Adobe, changing effects of clips in my timeline, such as scale and position.

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    Oliver Siegel commented  · 

    Same Problem, it's getting really annoying and wasting lots of time.

    I click on a clip to select it, I switch tabs to show the Effect controls panel (the source panel tends to open by default), and it incorrectly says "no clip selected" on the Effect controls panel.

    This happens sooo often, and it's quite tiring.

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    Oliver Siegel commented  · 

    I've switched to dual monitor setup recently, and find everything is working well (saving and resetting the layout) except one thing:

    The project panel keep getting grouped with the effects panel. I like to have them separate.

    I wonder if a partial fix has been deployed?

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    Oliver Siegel commented  · 

    Same. Workspace feature is pretty much broken and doesn't work anymore.

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