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The end point of a sequence is defined by the end of the last clip. Whatever you see beyond that is just empty space for more clips, not part of the sequence duration.
But some months ago it was playing to the sequence's end point regardless of where the last clip was ending. Also, if I create an empty sequence 2 seconds long and hit play, nothing will happen at all, the playhead will just stay where it is. Strangely, formerly everything was playing with or without clips.
You're memory is in error. PP will not play past the last clip of a sequence. If it appeared to do so, it was only because there actually was something there in the sequence, possibly only one frame long, that you simply didn't see.
You also cannot specify a sequence duration anywhere within Premiere Pro, as that duration is defined solely by the last clip in the sequence. No clips, no 'duration', and of course, no playback.
Okay, you made it clear, thanks.