right click on the media bin does not bring up drop down to choose "remove unused assets

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Right click on the media bin does not bring up drop down to choose "remove unused media"
Is there another way to remove unused assets.  Also, there is only one project on the timeline.
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Posted 9 months ago

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Joe Morgan

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You could select everything in the media bin and hit delete.

Camtasia can't delete media that's on the timeline from the media bin.

Its' odd you can't get that menu to pop up.I wouldn't be surprised if saving your project and restarting Camtasia corrected it.
That's a very uncommon error and I doubt you need to do a repair install or anything like that to correct it.

Regards,Joe
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Hi Joe,

Ctrl A, DEL  works.  Also, tried closing out Camtasia and coming back in.  I was using a mouse connecting by WiFi and it still did not work.  So, I went to my laptop and tried the right key under the mouse pad and that did work.  Thank you so much!   Deb S.
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Oh, just got it.  It's not a flashing light bulb.  It's bright ideas!  =0)
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Modern CFL bulb Ideas {:>)
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Paul

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Dahling!  CFL is SO last year!!
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Yeah, try using LED's near your Television. I've found only soft white CFL's will do.
Besides, LED looks like a regular bulb. You can't tell the difference between them and regular ones.I created that Icon long ago.
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Still Sweet!