You accidentally turned off snapping by pressing the S-key. Press it again.
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Unless I am way off-base, the feature that you had, and now need is Snap. There is an icon for this at the top of the Timeline. I believe (do not have CS4) that it is also available from the Toolbar - Window>Snap?
You just type faster than I do. At least we agree on the problem.
THANKS guys!!! It was indeed snap.
Jeff - thanks for the insight as to how I turned it off in the first place (while I was saving clearly).
I'm so happy! You guys rock!!!!!!!!
Very cool. I learned about snap thing and some editing stuff
watching the video. plus theres a ton more videos there too....
which I didn't see before because I've been concentrating on PR Pro CS3 and not CS4....
This has been a great forum tidbit...
Thanks , even though I'm sorta sorry you had the snap problem it worked out well for me..
even though I'm sorta sorry you had the snap problem it worked out well for me.
That is how the forum should work - someone posts with a problem, and it gets an answer. Then, another person comes along and either solves their problem, or learns something from it. Often, things work just as they should.
As for Snap, I find it a marvelous little feature. However, when I need to slide things, say Audio to re-establish sync, I turn it OFF, so I can move Clips around without it coming into play. Then, the trick is to remember to hit the S-key, to toggle it back ON for the next operation.
For the OP, I would guess that you hit just the S-key, when you went to Save (Ctrl+S), and that toggled it OFF.
Good luck to all,