Well, then it's quite easy, isn't it? 1st Track in view defines the time line (bars) above the marker line. Plus marker would snap to whatever signature is displayed at the moment.Shinyless wrote:Yes it does, but that's because there's only on time signature grid for all tracks. With your grid, you wouldn't know where to snap.Mister Nosu wrote:Does the time selection not actually snap to the grid then?Shinyless wrote:...complex technical problems it would cause with time snapping.
This way the time line switches automatically to what you need.
I'd snap depending on which clip i'm dragging on. Edit: And even if i'd move them from a 3/4 track to a 4/4 track, i'd snap the one i'm dragging to the lines (& possibly subdivitions set in snap settings) of the new 4/4 track.Shinyless wrote: Another example: say you have multiple clips selected on different PL tracks and move them all at once, how would you snap them ?