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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    12. When working on captions, deselecting the captions clip in the Timeline (or selecting any other clip) makes all of the captions disappear from the Captions window. An empty captions window is of zero benefit to editors and is an annoyance since it gives editors the added step of having to re-select the captions clip in the Timeline before they can continue to work on captioning.

    My suggested solution is simple. Please always keep captions visible in the Captions window, whether the captions clip is currently selected in the Timeline or not. If the Timeline has more than 1 captions clip, keep the last selected captions clip visible until the editor manually selects another one, or one gets selected automatically through "Selection Follows Playhead".

    My official FR for this idea is here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/41103982-always-keep-captions-visible-in-the-captions-windo

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Since version 13.1.2 when I posted this (now at v14.3.1), points 1, 4 and 9 above have been fixed. Point 5 is no longer an issue since it's so easy to fix. Thank you for listening Adobe!!!! Hopefully the remaining 6 points can be fixed in due time. :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Being able to manipulate keyframes on several clips at once would be some great After Effects goodness to have in Premiere for sure! Not sure it's entirely feasible, but would certainly be nice! :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    This would be much quicker and easier than the current method of a) mouse over to solo button, b) solo audio track, c) mouse over to clip, d) play, e) mouse back to un-solo soloed track, f) solo next audio track, g) mouse back over to other clip, h) play...... etc

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    Very interesting idea! Voted!

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    This would be a great time saver! What would be the distance between the 4 keyframes though? Would users have any control over that? I think it's a great idea that needs some fleshing out with more details.

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    Thanks for the tip Andy! I just added my vote. It's sad this hadn't been given priority by Adobe since while some of their flashy new features might appeal to some editors, fixing this would appeal to 100% of their Pr editors!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Adobe, this is the number 1 most frustrating issue while editing in Premiere! Please fix this before working on any new features. Waiting for thumbnails to generate is a life-sucking, creativity-killing affair! Thumbnails should be auto-generated in the background and then saved so they don't need to be regenerated every time a project is opened!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    100% agree! I've added a more comprehensive version of this same request here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/41100505-ctrl-scroll-wheel-resizing-of-icons-in-project-win. Make sure to check it our and vote :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I think it needs to be said that the workspace lock should be an extremely easy to access button as well as highly 'discoverable' (and perhaps a keyboard shortcut as well), for those times an editor wants to quickly change the layout of something and then re-lock their workspace. Perhaps a lock icon next to the Help menu? Where ever this button is placed, it should always be accessible no matter what layout is used. Another possibility would be to always have the layout locked by default, and require users to press a keyboard modifier to be able to move anything around, such as Ctrl. If someone tries to move something and can't, a tooltip could warn the user they need to press Ctrl while changing the interface.

    Which method do you guys think would work best?

    Personally I think it would be a combination of both ideas. The lock button AND keyboard modifier to temporarily override the state of the lock button when it's locked. Best of both worlds!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Your same request appears 6 times. You should delete the 5 unnecessary instances so all of votes go toward a single posting.

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    Are you using 2 monitors by any chance? If so, are they both set to the same scaling setting? Having 2 monitors set to different scaling values in Windows 10 can mess things up.

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