What is your Shotcut version (see Help > About Shotcut)? Is it 32-bit?
Can you repeat the problem? If so, what are the steps?
Select the clip name in the tab Properties.
The cursor doesn’t go anywhere; it stays in the field. That’s very confusing. I often immediately started using the navigation keys, only to find them appended to the clip’s name. Not so much of a bug as much of a nuisance.
This is by design and not a bug. Enter does not navigate focus; tab does. As already pointed out a couple of times Shift+Esc gives focus to the player and not any specific control to allow global shortcuts to work. Something more specific that does something with a particular keyboard input does not go to a global shortcut.
You sound upset, Mein Leader. Take it for what it is: user feedback. You can choose to assign functions to keys as new users would expect them, or you can express your irritation in the forum when they point out something on the interface is not intuitive. You’re welcome.
This is what is shortcircuiting our communication (and stifling participation in your forum):
As already pointed out a couple of times…
You don’t actually need to push back on suggestions. I’m not on your team; I’m your client. And expect to be treated as such. This forum is to me a suggestion box. No one comes out of a restaurant chasing a client to tell them their suggestion is dumb. Go ahead: ban me from your suggestion box again. Your loss.
Hi -I’m a novice and new to SC using SC v 23.11.29. I’ve used a couple other open source editors but so impressed with this one…
But I’m still learning as I go and trying to get any tips and tricks out of these threads that I can – I saw your post so thought I’d reply,
Another way to release from a timeline snip is to simply “click” on Output to the left top of the timeline itself. Although it’s not an element and doesn’t technically “release” the timeline’s focus, it releases the focus from the snips in the timeline – it’s just one click and simple to do…