The lower track is partially hidden by the grey area below it. As you can see, the scroll bar on the right is all the way down, so I should be able to see the full height of the bottom track. If I make the tracks shorter then the grey area just comes up further. You can also see that I’ve given the timeline a lot of space.
Is this normal? How can I get the lower track to be visible in it’s entirety? Is this because of a setting, or a bug? I would appreciate some assistance. Thank you.
No, I think this happens when you vertically scroll the top off of the panel - possibly using the mouse wheel - and then change the track height. The simple solution is scroll vertically. Since you have no scroll bar, you can either resize the panel height to show it or use the mouse wheel while holding Alt (assuming the latest version 20.04, older versions do not require Alt).
Thank you for your response.
I just tried scrolling with ALT + mouse wheel, and the same thing happened as when I use the scroll bar to try to view the lower portion of the timeline.
How do I resize the grey panel?
I don’t understand. I do have a scroll bar. If by resize you mean drag it to be bigger, I did that and the grey area still covers part of the timeline. Have I misunderstood your comment? If so, my apologies. I am still seeking a solution and would really appreciate some clarification so that I am able to resolve this issue. Thanks.