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Old 07-02-2011, 08:28 AM
Art4me Art4me is offline
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Unhappy Vertical line in Edit Window

I have this issue were I have a vertical line that divides the edit window in two (I'll call this the center line) that I would like to eliminate. I do not know how it got there. Here is what it is doing. When you zoom, PT zooms about this center line. When you hit the enter key, everything goes back to zero and on the right of the center line, the tracks look normal, on the left however, there is just an empty gray area. When you scroll or scrub any of the tracks, again it uses this center line as its base for those functions. I would like to eliminate this feature or at least learn how to turn it off or on.

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