Unable to use negative values in the timeline

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tao
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Unable to use negative values in the timeline

Post by tao » 20 Jan 2018, 11:34

Hi everyone!

I have a small question about the timeline. I'd like to move the images of one layer to the left (beyond 0), but the timeline seems to be locked so I only can move them in the "positive" space unless I set the >0 start frame. It's annoying as hell since I remember being able to do it before (as i didn't need it, of course...) but it just seem to not to work with my current project. What am I doing wrong? Have I accidentally locked it? It's not a really big issue, but it would be helpful to make use of the negative images for working with loops etc.

Just on case : I'm running TVpaint 11 pro (64bit) on mac, 8 GB Ram,OS Sierra.

Thank you very much in advance:)
/Olga

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Re: Unable to use negative values in the timeline

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 20 Jan 2018, 12:00

In Windows hold down SHIFT, grab timeline with LMB and move left. I assume that MAC must be similar.
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Re: Unable to use negative values in the timeline

Post by D.T. Nethery » 20 Jan 2018, 12:34

Paul Fierlinger wrote:
20 Jan 2018, 12:00

In Windows hold down SHIFT, grab timeline with LMB and move left.

I assume that MAC must be similar.
Yes, it is the same on Mac .
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Re: Unable to use negative values in the timeline

Post by tao » 22 Jan 2018, 14:36

Oh thanks! :D It was so simple, and still i couldn't figure it out myself :?

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