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John Adams
Which prefs file determines the default multiclip mode?
on May 23, 2010 at 2:40:54 am

A challenge to all tinkerers out there --

I want to change the default multiclip mode (ie. the default selection in the dropdown menu in the dialog box that appears when you 'make multiclip'). I want to change it from In Point to Timecode.

I don't know of any way of changing this via the GUI -- so I figure it must be controlled by a line of script hidden away somewhere in one of the prefs or config files...

I've had a quick look at some of the pref files using pList Editor, hoping to find something obvious to tweak --- but I'm no codehead, so I'm probably not looking in the right place.

Anyone have any hints where it might be listed? Or, is there a different way to achieve this?

cheers


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Tom Wolsky
Re: Which prefs file determines the default multiclip mode?
on May 23, 2010 at 3:55:52 am

It's not a preference. It must be in the application code. Tinkering with that is a violation of the EULA.


All the best,

Tom

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John Adams
Re: Which prefs file determines the default multiclip mode?
on May 23, 2010 at 4:20:13 am

cheers for the reply, Tom.

That's too bad -- I thought it might've been similar to After Effects which allows some of its UI setup to be tweaked via its pref files.

thanks

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