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  • Thu, Apr 10 2014 7:26 PM

    • Robb Harriss
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    Avid FX sliders

    OK, I'm having a terrible time using the sliders to adjust just about anything. They're way over sensitive. I've looked for some sort of key combination to make them less sensitive, something like shift-drag or cmd-drag. I can't find anything that works. It makes them virtually unusable. I'm having to type in numeric changes of 3 or 4 points at a time to get objects lined up. 

    Idea?

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  • Thu, Apr 10 2014 7:36 PM In reply to

    • Nnata
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    Re: Avid FX sliders

    Holding shift should do it. 

  • Thu, Apr 10 2014 7:52 PM In reply to

    • Robb Harriss
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    Re: Avid FX sliders

    Nope. Doesn't work on MC 7.0.3 with Avid FX 6.4 on a 2012 iMac running Mavericks. Nor on 6.5.4 running on Mt Lion. 

    I've tried everything I can think of. It's killing me.

     

    Primary: MC 2018.12.3 on a Mac Pro 2013, 32 GB Ram, OS 10.13.6, Thunderbolt raids for media and misc other storage. Dual Monitors (Apple 23" cinema... [view my complete system specs]
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  • Tue, May 13 2014 6:44 PM In reply to

    • mBlaze
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    Re: Avid FX sliders

    I find that to be one of the frustrating things about Avid FX (Boris RED) - why can't you use the right-arrow key to increment it 1 unit or the left-arrow key to decrement 1 unit?

    I have to do the same thing - type in a number plus or minus a couple of units from the previous setting. Not very user friendly.
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