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you can give frames a frame label. If it has a frame label it has a little red flag above it giving you your visula indication. To do this click on the frame. Go into your properties inspector. on the label tab give it a name. Like start and end. You can give the label a name, comment or anchor. As there is no true purpose for this just choose one you think looks best i guess.
This will work, I suppose, but what I really wanted was a marker up on the top of the timeline, just to mark that place in time. Is this possible?
With your solution, the marker appeared on one of my keyframes; it seemed to want to be on a frame with content.
Thank you either way.
Crerate a new layer on the top just for the markers
Ah! I do love a genius workaround. ... Hmm, okay, I tried it, but a marker won't appear---markers only seem to appear on keyframes in layers where there is content. Am I doing something wrong?
I don't know what you are calling markers. What's already been offered to mark the frames would suffice (labels), and you can place them in empty keyframes.
You could do a number of things to mark frames, such as just placing something offstage for that frame then turning the layer into a guide layer and then make the layer invisible so you don't see whatever you placed offstage.