It generally moves to where your CTI is positioned.
If not, you may have something strange going on with your machine. Which operating system are you on?
Windows 7, 64 bit. I've used the program before and haven't had this issue.
Is your mouse a USB mouse or a standard mouse?
Try a different mouse, if you have one.
Good plan (it's a USB mouse). I will also close the program and try restarting and see if that resolves the issue.
BTW, are you posting from a mobile device?
Your posts are automatically including your full contact information, including your e-mail address.
I'd recommend against this, as a lot of spambots search forums like this for e-mail addresses to spam!
Wow, thanks for letting me know. How do I delete all this?
I took care of it, Rena.
In Reply #1, Steve made an important comment, "it goes to where the CTI [Current Time Indicator w/ the red Edit line] is located." Many has been the time, that I have scrolled along the Timeline, leaving the CTI far behind. Suddenly, I go to do something on the Timeline, and it scrolls back to where the CTI was "left."
Just as a test, do as you normally do, but before you go to add a Transition, or do any editing, click on the "ruler" in the Timeline, to automatically move the CTI to that spot. Does the Timeline scroll away now?