No, that's not it. That's show keyframes - they've created that new icon "Timeline Display Setting" and put some options under it, but not the Show Frames option. In CS6, the icon "Set Display Style" looks like a graph just below the "Toggle Display Output" - the eye icon on the left hand side of every video track. From Set Display Style you had several options including, show head and tail, show head only, show frames and show name only. That's what I'm talking about.
It's in the Timeline flyout menu now.
There have been some fantastic changes to the timeline in PremiereProCC.
Here's a great intro to the changes from Andrew Devis:
Short answer to your question: click the wrench and choose "show video thumbnails" then click the flyout and choose "continuous video thumbnails".
Oh, yes, it's dejavu all over again!
OK, I found it. That's great! That was important to me. And, certainly the borderless video tracks are pleasing to the eye. We certainly want to gain new things, but some old stuff are important to those of us who have used this application for many years - it's my native language!
Yes, but the "old stuff" you wanted didn't go away, did it?
I've been editing with Premiere since version 4.2 came out for Windows, so that's since 1996, I think.
Whenever a new version comes out I spend a lot of time reading the new feature notes and - nowadays - watching the copious tutorials that are available.
It means that I spend more time editing and less time getting annoyed that I can't do what I used to be able to do.
Take a tip from me
You know, I did spend some time reading about the new features. And I do expect that some things get moved around a little bit. And, most times I figure those changes out on the fly. But this one was pretty well hidden. By the way, in '96, Premiere was more like version zero and it was just Premiere - no Pro at the end. I'm pretty sure I trained on Premiere 1.0 around '97-'98 at a training facility in Dallas. I just went and dug up my Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 installation CDs in its original case and in excellent condition - a collector's item! It says Copyright 2004 on the back sleeve. I put the disc in the computer and read the date of the AutoPlay file - December 9, 2003. and the installation files are May 10, 2004. They didn't pop out upgrades back then like they do now!