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In the tutorial on ediitng. . it shows. . on the left hand corner. .

annotations,
transitions
animiations
video FX
audio FX
cursor FX

I am using the Mac and just purchased this last week. . .

and don't seem to have those options.
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kris ward

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Posted 9 years ago

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Jess Knott

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Make sure you're watching the correct tutorials for the version you purchased. If you bought it last week, you likely have Camtasia 2, correct? I do see where the items you mentioned above are listed in this tutorial: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-cam...

... what do you see that's different from what you expect?
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One problem I do have with the Mac 2.0 version with Cursor fx is when I drag them onto the timeline they do not stay???

Any ideas?

thanks

greg
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Hi Kris,

Open up your editor. If you look at the graphic I have supplied here, near the bottom left you will see the RED record button. Directly to the left of this button there is a BLUE "Hide / Show Assets" button - click it.

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