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    Default How to replace something but not affect ALL of the scenes...

    I know for sure I'm not the only person who ever had this problem or be the last...

    I was making my scene and when I was looking at it I saw some horrible camera angles so my idea was,

    1.) Look at it
    2.) Fix it.
    3.)???
    4.) Profit

    Yet when I delete my scene, then all of the scenes become affected, I hope your aren't confused of what I just said.

    But I have to move all the scenes and then get that one scene to be fixed plus the audio, so is there a way where I could just add a scene in one spot without moving all the scenes?

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    It sounds to me like what you're describing is you have Auto-Ripple turned on. Turn it off!

    It's a button along the top. Or use Ctrl-L.
    Tim

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