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Old 07-25-2018, 10:32 AM
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Default Quick shortcut to center screen around selection?

I know this is a noob question, but is there a quick shortcut to just center the screen -- at the current zoom level -- around whatever is currently selected?

Sometimes when I change zoom levels or track heights, the view jumps far away from the actual selection, forcing me to figure out where I am and then scrolling to get back home.

I know that you can use "E" to zoom all the way in on the current selection, but I don't want to zoom all the way in. "Alt F" sort of works, but only horizontally, and it changes the zoom level. I just want to center the screen around the selection at the current zoom level.
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