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  • Tue, Mar 17 2015 11:01 AM

    • Typhon2007
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    How to lock a seq to avoid futher change?

    Hi.

    We have created a batch of sample sequences that user can use to create repetitve programs (with titles, fx and graphics already sliced in).

    I looking for a way to keep the original version of those sequence untouched.

    If a user forget to duplicate the sequence retrieved from interplay, he modify the original version.

    I tried with security settings but apparently it dosen't do the job.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks

    Thierry

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  • Wed, Mar 18 2015 3:03 AM In reply to

    Re: How to lock a seq to avoid futher change?

    Select your sequence or shift+select the ones you want to lock in the bin and right click. Choose Lock Bin Selection from the pop up menu.  If you want to unlock them; right click them and click Unlock Bin Selection.

    Andi

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