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I do not know if I am grasping your issue, but please consider the following as it relates to your goals to view multiple text titles.
If you double click a text title you re-open the Titler. If your goal is to reposition the text, I would not necessarily be opening the Titler which should be displaying only the text for the text file that you just double clicked.
With the Titler closed, move your Timeline Indicator along the course of the Timeline. If you see a title that needs repositioning, click once on that particular file in the Timeline to select it and bring up its bounding box in the Edit Mode monitor and use your mouse cursor to reposition it.
However, you do have a lot of text titles there so the likelihood of you selecting a title you do not want is increased. A handy aid for this is the following. Try the select the clip route first. If you are not targeting the title you want, then right click the monitor and select Select. That should give you the names of the files to choose from.
Please review and then let us know if you need clarification on anything that I have written.
If you know the following, then please disregard, this is meant as a just in case note...you will only see your text titles in the monitor dependant on the location of the Timeline Indicator.
Looking forward to your results. If I have mistargeted your question with my reply, please give more details.
YES! That's it exactly! That is a HUGE help - I didn't realize by double-clicking I was re-opening the Titler each time.
Great news. Glad that worked for you.
I am heading back to your Styles thread. I need to add a comment there.
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