A Range marker can be moved to a negative position depending on where you grab it

What is your operating system? Windows 10

What is your Shotcut version? 22.04.25

Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?

Create a range marker

  • Grab it by it’s horizontal bar, move it to the left: It stops at frame 0 of the timeline.
  • Grab it by it’s right leg: it can be moved behind frame 0 of the timeline.


This reminds me of the audio CD days where an artist could hide an extra song in the pre-gap before Track 1, and the listener would have to manually rewind before Track 1 to hear it. Would be cool if the same trick could be done in a video container using a negative timestamp like this lol.

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Thanks for your report. This is fixed for the next release.

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