Track Volume Percentage Indicator Appears To Have Disappeared 20.0.5 Update

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Whenever I lower the master background music track in Camtasia a small % indicator would appear as I adjusted the volume on that track. I would know exactly what % it was adjusted. I do not see this indicator in 20.0.5 Can anyone else verify. I do not see it at all. This allows me to adjust multiple background music files to the same level.

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it's still there

About Audio Percent Indicator 2020-06-30
https://www.screencast.com/t/rQPUliLKTcI

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Thanks added audio point and its back
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How did you get your mouse cursor to display larger in the video?
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select clip on timeline; in properties [right panel] select the cursor icon; change the size to 500%
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Got it!
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It is still there. However, if you spliced off the front of the audio, you are not going to see it. This has been the case for all versions. What I do if I split/splice audio is I then manually put an audio point at the beginning. Double click on the audio line. You'll then see the percentage as you adjust the volume.

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Great good to know its back now also added an audio point