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Old 11-14-2010, 04:21 PM
jordya jordya is offline
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Default moving cursor using arrow keys

Is there a way to move the playback cursor forward and back using the arrow keys on my keyboard? I seem to remember having this ability when I first installed Pro Tools, but now the only way to move my cursor is to use my mouse or the REW/FF buttons on the transport bar.

I have looked at the keyboard shortcuts pdf which shows using a Num pad for playback controls. However, I do not have a num pad on my macbook keyboard...only the numbers above the letters.

I am using Pro Tools LE 8.0.3.

any help/advice is appreciated.

thanks,
jordy
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