Why do filter sliders in Shotcut videos look different than mine?

(My Shotcut version 23.06.14 installed on Windows 10)

First of all, I would like to apologize for having to use the Google translator, as my English is unfortunately only rudimentary.

Hello everyone.
Since I am absolutely new here and a beginner regarding shotcut, I would like to ask you to help me with the following question:

In many YouTube videos, sliders (e.g. filter: mask: simple form) are displayed with percentages (see screenshot), instead of as in my installation on the notebook.

Here is a screenshot of both using the filter: Mask: simple shape

I’ve been searching like crazy here and on google for an answer and just can’t get any further.

Does this have something to do with a setting within Shotcut or is it my notebook?

It would be really nice if you could help me here.

Thank you in advance and best regards

The answer is simple: the software changes from one version to the next. In this case, the size and position controls changed when a video-overlay control was added (you can drag a rectangle on the video player area). This also makes it consistent with other filters that have size and position controls.

Thank you very much for your quick reply

Apparently I really thought about it too much because I couldn’t find an explanation and thought that something was wrong with me.

I love simple solutions and thank you very much. :slight_smile:

Best regards

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