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    Default Using Mouse for Edit Control

    Most of the handful of editing programs I have used have poor mouse control - or none at all - the slider thing tends to be 'sticky' and it is very diffcult to zero in on the selected frame. I usually resort to repeated clicking of the one frame button.

    What's needed is a resolution control to slow down the slider - or - and this is my question, a rotary wheel controller. Are these 'useful' in allowing finer control over the editing process? Anyone use one or do you all!! ??

    Any comments appreciated..

    Cheers
    pj

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    When I want a precise edit, I zoom right into the timeline. You'll see what I mean if you do it

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