From memory, yes, I think that’s probably the case. The same element will be split across two tracks so as to present together, most likely v1 and v2.
Elsewhere I’ve got items that just disappear where they are set to fade smoothly. Some fade in OK then vanish abruptly, while others appear abruptly and disappear in the same way.
Interesting, that’s another thing to try thanks. I’ve read other people suggest inserting a blank track. If that could become v1 and shunt everything else upwards that would be a simple test, though I suspect it’s more likely to be v83 or whatever it is I’m up to now (slight exaggeration, maybe :D). I swear this video is going to be the basis for an upcoming nightmare.
It may seem daft to have so many tracks, but sometimes it’s the only way to ensure other elements on the same line don’t get out of sync when you edit an earlier segment, forcing you to re-apply all your changes. On a few occasions deleting an item has caused everything after it to move backwards rather than just leave a blank. If it’s possible to move something into its own space and then delete it, that seems to avoid the issue.