It goes into the last selected bin. Always select the bin you want something to go into before you import or create it.
It was that simple... and it works !
Thank you Jim.
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There is a caveat to this, in the form of a bug. If you have bins open in tabs, it doesn't matter what bin you select at the project root, the new title will always go into the last open tabbed bin. Pretty annoying behavior that exists in CS5 as of 5.0.3--I'd love to see this fixed in CS5.5 as I work with tabbed bins in about 99% of my projects. So long as you don't open bins this way, the titles will go where you want.
I have not seen this behaviour. Titles or whatever go in the bin i select regardless the order they were all opened.
It's pretty easy to repeat:
- Create a bin at the root of a project.
- Open that bin in a new tab, grouped with the Project Panel.
- Go back to the root, and deselect the bin you created; the intent is to create a new title at the root of the project.
- Create a new title by whatever means; instead of landing in the Project Panel, it will land in the tabbed bin.
You're right Colin, you just have to be careful to select the tab and not the bin when you're using tabs.
There is another caveat : when I create a nested sequence, the created sequence automatically go at the root of the projet, no matter which tab or bin is selected.
I don't have CS5.5, but as this been fixed in the new version ?