There's too much unused interface space in Camtasia 9--less useful space than in Camtasia 8

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It's frequent when I have 10 to 15 tracks that need to be lined up properly. This interface is painful. In Camtasia 8 I could raise the middle section a lot higher than in Camtasia 9.

And look at all the unused space. There's nothing happening in more than 1/4 of this window. The Reattach canvas button is probably enjoying all that space to itself.



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Oz du Soleil

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Jason Clemens

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Having the ability to un-dock the timeline would help this and be a benefit for those using multiple monitors.  I do this with Adobe After Affects and Premiere.  It allows me to have more work area and a larger canvas to work on.  Just a thought.
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