I am running Adobe Captivate 9 and have dual monitors. The project I am currently working on has many objects and is now becoming awkward while editing. Is there a way to unpin the Timeline from the bottom of the Captivate window so that it could be moved to my 2nd monitor? I tried to maximize Captivate so that it spans both monitors but the working slide on my canvas area then gets stuck in the seem between my 2 screens. I was searching to see if there is a way to expand Captivate to fill both monitors , then have my canvas on one side and the Timeline on the other screen so that I could get a better view of what is happening in the Timeline.
Also, and I know this would be a different topic, but working with the Timeline sometimes gets frustrating in that if I am in the middle of my project’s Timeline, and I add a new object, the Timeline bounces me all the way back to the start of the project. It adds the new object, but sends me back to the very start of the Timeline so that I have to scroll back to where I was working. Adding some way to have a place holder similar to breakpoints in other programs might be useful when editing. For example, if working on a 5 min slide clip it would be nice to set a point where you are working say min 2 – 3, so that you don’t have to scroll all the way back after each new addition.
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