alternate to shift+click for ripple move

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am disabled so cannot hold shift and click on timeline marker at same time to insert a clip between the 2 pieces that were split. am using sticky keys but Camtasia does not recognize it.
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Jay A. Leavitt, PhD

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Joe Morgan

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I voted yes.
 I'm sorry Camtasia doesn't have a shortcut for you.
What they really need is a full featured programmable keyboard shortcut menu. If it's a function, you should be able to assign a key to  it.
That way everyone has choices.

Regards,Joe
 
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Rick Stone

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Hi there

One thing you might want to consider as a work around is to use the built in Windows "On Screen Keyboard". I just tested it and it seems to work. I click the Shift key there and it remains in the "clicked" state. I'm then able to click and drag the clip to perform the ripple action.

For the On Screen Keyboard, just click the Windows start button and type on screen and it should show up.

Cheers... Rick :)
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Thanx - will give it a try - seems reasonable