Markers don't ripple when trimming timeline clip

What is your operating system?
Windows 10 x64

What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)? Is it 32-bit?
22.04.25 (also tested on latest beta .zip 22.05.23)

Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?
(all ripple buttons are on)
Have 2 clips in a row, add a marker somewhere over the second one.
Use shift+i (or shift+o) to trim start/end of the first clip.
The first clip is trimmed and the second one is rippled to stay in touch but the markers don’t move at all.

Here’s a video explaining (at the end I deleted the subclip to show normal delete-ripple works):

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I don’t believe this is a bug. I’m pretty sure the markers are attached to time codes, and not attached to the part of the clip. Do not take my opinion as the definite solution though as i have not taken the time to fully play around with the markers yet.

I agree that the markers should ripple when all three ripple options are enabled. I have made this change for the next release.


It should not depend on ripple all tracks. Markers are not a track, and all other cases where ripple markers occurs does not depend on that. I made the change to make this not depend on ripple all tracks.

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