I've been searching for this matter for hours and can't find anything.
It's kind of a little thing but it can be really annoying.
Sometimes when working with a lot of video or audio tracks, when performing some not-necessarilly-accurate mouse trim at the beginning or end of a clip, if the mouse movement slides out the track in which the clip is, the timeline automatically scrolls vertically "to China" and I get lost easily. You lose the trace of where you are, where the clip is, how far long/short are you trimming it... I know I should make a precise move with the mouse, but sometimes in the heat of the moment... I also know it can be easier working with larger timeline space or larger clips, but it's not very useful when working with a lot of tracks.
The question is: is there any way to lock or prevent that automatic timeline scroll when trimmimg with mouse?