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Old 10-26-2011, 06:45 PM
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Default Edit window jumping around

After a looonnng time stuck in the past with pro tools 5.3, I finally upgraded to pro tools 8. I have an HD1 system for what it's worth. Anyway, while editing a TV series that I work on, I'm noticing that the edit window frequently jumps around while I'm working. For example, I might be putting a fade on a region and the timeline will jump forward so that the section where my cursor was is now off screen. Very annoying and it is slowing me down. I've tried some various different settings in preferences but it's not helping. Anyone familiar with this and know how to stop it?
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