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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 13:57 #116668

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I used, (besides cmd E for Video export as "default") to have a shortcut for still export. It was "Save Frame" on the command palette shortcuts, but it doesn't work anymore. No answer

in File/Save menu I have "Save Current Frame", it works... but nowhere to be found on the command palette shortcuts

any trick ?

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 14:30 #116670

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 14:56 #116671

There is no shortcut for it in the Command Editor. If you want to set Cmd-E, in Destination preferences you can right click on it on the sidebar and set it as the default. That will set the Cmd-E shortcut.

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 15:08 #116672

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If you want to set it as the default...

So very true but first it needs to be brought from the right side panel into the left side panel to be accessible. Anything can be set as default but if the left well isn't populated with it and viewable directly from SHARE then it can't be set.

I suspect it was there at one point but went missing and OP couldn't couldn't noodle how to get it back. Similar things have happened to me.

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 17:42 #116673

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thanks for the advice but... been there ! done that ! (a long time ago)

nothing to do with the problem, that will only be of answer if I made it "default"

but thanks anyway

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 17:48 #116674

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If you want to set it as the default...

So very true but first it needs to be brought from the right side panel into the left side panel to be accessible. Anything can be set as default but if the left well isn't populated with it and viewable directly from SHARE then it can't be set.

I suspect it was there at one point but went missing and OP couldn't couldn't noodle how to get it back. Similar things have happened to me.

Yes, Tom it was definitely possible some versions ago.

And there is a "Save Frame" in the Command Editor, but useless.
( Not "Save Current Frame" "Just Save Frame" , I suspect the problem is coming from that. Change was incomplete...

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 18:07 #116675

Save Frame to hold a comparison frame for color correction. The only other still shortcuts are for freezes and hold frames.

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no "Save Current Frame" in Shortcuts 11 Oct 2021 20:35 #116677

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Save Frame to hold a comparison frame for color correction. The only other still shortcuts are for freezes and hold frames.

yep ! That "Save Frame" is for Comparison Viewer indeed

I think this change comes from it's implementation

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