299 votesSteve Adam commented
i have just completed a project where it would really have helped to be able to let multiple layers refer to the same track matte. OK it's easy enough to duplicate them during the build but if you ever need to come back and re-edit something for a client, or worse still need to give that job to someone else to do, you really need total recall of what you duplicated and where/why in order to be able to do this... I'm only human!
59 votesSteve Adam commented
Same here on a Windows 10 Pro system, 32GB RAM, i7-2600K processor, with GTX770 card (driver 417.35). In addition, I noticed that the order of options in the Mercury Transmit panel isn't always consistent. In any event I am experiencing the same as the OP - my system insists on defaulting to the same monitor that I use as my main monitor for mercury transmit (in my case, monitor 2 is my main monitor, if that's relevant. Windows seems to insist on calling my second, smaller monitor monitor 1). If I attempt to change it, it either reverts back to making my main monitor the choice or drops the selection altogether. In all cases, the / key does not activate the preview monitor.