Accidentally hit a keyboard shortcut that turned all of the thumbnails black

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mgilpatrick
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Accidentally hit a keyboard shortcut that turned all of the thumbnails black

Post by mgilpatrick » 03 Feb 2020, 00:23

I've been working in TVPaint today and just now hit a keyboard shortcut that turned all of the thumbnails in the clip I am working on to black. What keyboard short cut did I hit and how can I get the thumbnails back.

I've tried to attach screenshots from the clip timeline

first screenshot shows the clip with the black thumbnails
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the second show another clip from the project that has normal thumbnails.
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Hironori Takagi
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Re: Accidentally hit a keyboard shortcut that turned all of the thumbnails black

Post by Hironori Takagi » 03 Feb 2020, 03:31

Perhaps you hit "Shift-B"(chenge Background mode).
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Re: Accidentally hit a keyboard shortcut that turned all of the thumbnails black

Post by 2dbert » 03 Feb 2020, 12:02

..and if so, you just need to hit Shift B again to get a transparent background, and yet again to get back to your white background colour, one should maybe add.
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