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Jono Grant
fit project to window in vegas
on Jan 31, 2020 at 4:23:16 am

Hello!
Is there any key command that will reset the workspace in Vegas so that all your tracks are in view? "Fit project to window" it's called in some other programs.
Thanks
Jono


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Graham Bernard
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Jan 31, 2020 at 6:15:26 am

No. However, thereā€™s plenty of Zoom and Height Adjustments with KeyStrokes. Great idea though šŸ¤”

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Jono Grant
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Jan 31, 2020 at 11:25:22 pm

Thanks!
Do you happen to know what key strokes control track height zoom in and out?
Cheers
Jono


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Graham Bernard
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 1, 2020 at 6:06:20 am

[Jono Grant] "Do you happen to know what key strokes control track height zoom in and out?"
Yes, yes I do, along with many MANY other KeyStrokes are on Page541 of the VP User Manual. The Manual is chock full of necessary, valuable and urgent methodologies to augment your investment. Do download this invaluable freebie.

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Omer Aydin
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 1, 2020 at 10:28:32 pm
Last Edited By Omer Aydin on Feb 1, 2020 at 10:36:44 pm

Yes there is.
You can use CTRL+SHIFT+ArrowDown to vertically zoom out in timeline view. Keep tapping until all tracks fit in the view. (Tap CTRL+SHIFT+UpArrow 5 times after that If you want the default track height.)
You can use ArrowDown key to horizontally zoom out of your timeline view.
You need to have the timeline window focused for doing all that. Keyboard Shortcut for focusing on timeline is ALT - `0` ***zero , not the letter `O`.

With mouse, you can double-click on the scollbar handles to reset views individually.



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Jono Grant
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 1, 2020 at 10:45:53 pm

Thanks!


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Graham Bernard
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 2, 2020 at 3:09:14 am

[Omer Aydin] "Yes there is."
Hi Omer! Unless I didnā€™t understand he OP post, our chum requested for a ONE KeyStroke to do this. So no there isnā€™t. Whilst your suggestions are ā€œvalidā€, to adjust various items, it is not a ONE shot solution which is what our friend was asking for. Also, the User Manual contains those KeyStrokes. The One Shot solution is a great idea and I would welcome such a solution, but presently there isnā€™t one.

* Grazie

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Omer Aydin
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 2, 2020 at 11:04:04 am

Grazie, when I read your `help` replies this comes to my mind:

+ Hi do you have a pen?
- Yes.
+ ...
- ....
+ Well... can I have it?
- Sure, you can...
+ ...
- ...
+ ok.. I need that pen right now.
- why do you need it?
+ ...

> Ok , here, use my pen.
+ thanks.
- ... he didn't say what color pen he needed!


Take care :)



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Graham Bernard
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 2, 2020 at 2:06:27 pm

[Omer Aydin] "Take care :)"
ā€œGive a Man a Fish, he will eat for a Day. Provide a Rod, he will eat for ever.ā€ Hopefully my ā€œgentleā€ invitation/suggestion on the back of the original request, to get the User Manual will provide a plethora of other solutions too. It did for me.

* Grazie

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Omer Aydin
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 2, 2020 at 2:34:09 pm

Sometimes people don't have time to read manuals. Especially people who don't do video editing as a job.
That's why they come here and we are helping them on forums such as this one.
Therefore I don't expect them to ask questions or demand help like a pro.
When someone asks for a shortcut for a command, I just tell them . I don't say "read the manual".
They may ask the question in a wrong way. There is no need to ask them to rephrase it if you already know what they need.
OP was asking for a keyboard shortcut. It can be a key or a key combo. It doesn't matter if it requires him to tap 1 or 2 times because (I believe) OP wasn't specially asking for a 1 stroke key.
Since you already know there is no 1 stroke key for that, why not provide the key combinations at once instead of making him ask it again? Instead of telling him "that's a good idea!" I prefer to provide him the keys.

It's social skills Graham. Don't be like a passive aggressive gov employee :PPP



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Graham Bernard
Re: fit project to window in vegas
on Feb 2, 2020 at 2:39:51 pm
Last Edited By Graham Bernard on Feb 2, 2020 at 2:40:19 pm

T[Omer Aydin] "It's social skills Graham. Don't be like a passive aggressive gov employee :PPP"
Thank you for your advice. Always willing to learn.

* Grazie

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