Cannot Zoom Out Timeline in Animation Montage
I just noticed that when you Middle Mouse Wheel zoom in ALL THE WAY over your Montage Timeline to help line up your Montage Sections, you cannot zoom out again until you close the Animation Montage and re-open it OR until you click on the taskbar button for the Editor in Windows to minimize/maximize it. The apparent "ends" of the Montage Segments also appear to glitch back and forth as you are zooming in to the max, as if the timeline is not sure exactly where the segment end truly lies. Once this occurs, you also cannot Right Mouse pan the timeline either, until following the workarounds described above.
On a related note, as a feature request, I think it would be very helpful to have a "snap" feature, so you can instantly line up your Montage Sections to be in-line with your Segments starts/ends without having to zoom in all the way.
Thanks so much for your time and consideration.
Sincerely, Adam Janz
asked Nov 14 '16 at 07:05 PM in Bug Reports
I'm calling this resolved now, or at the very least, irrelevant. :-) While I am still able to cause the timeline to become unresponsive by over-zooming it, I discovered I can easily cause it to regain focus by scrolling the vertical scroll-bar on the right of the montage tab (if a bar is available). If one is unavailable, it seems the lockup doesn't occur (at least based on my testing). Thanks again, Matt, for taking a look at this yesterday. Have a good day.
answered Nov 17 '16 at 07:55 PM
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