bonehead question - but I don't know how to solve it. I barely know how to describe it - see pics..
I must have hit some button or keystroke - but I lost my layer panel - or rather, it was replaced by something I don't recognize. I can't get my panel back. 60 minutes of manipulating every button and menu i can think of and I am stuck.
Here is what I want to see
I don't know what that bottom right panel is called. I don't know what either view is called. I don't know how to get it back.
I'm sure it is easy if you know, but my hands physically hurt from pounding them against the table in rage.
Can anyone help a brother out?
Toggle the graph editor button/ hit Shift+F3.
Thank you Mylenium for naming the mode I am in. It is called "the graph editor." That led me on the chase to find the solution.
Unfortunately, Shift-F3 on my osx AE has a system function that shows all my open programs in windows. I have gone to osx shortcut in the preferences/controlpanel, but none of the 100+ keys have shift+f3 assigned. I don't know how to turn off that keystroke function.
This button is the toggle button. It works. Thank you.
Does anyone know how to open/close the graph editor by a MENU choice? Conversely, a menu choice to switch back into "layer bar mode?"